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Tag Archives: Military Transition / Veterans

  • Use Your Last Duty Station as a Springboard for Success

    Transition. It’s the process or a period of changing from one state or condition to another. In the case of the veteran we know where we start (active duty) and we know where we want to end up (employed). But anyone who thinks they can wait until their final year in the servi… more

  • Empathy for Veterans and Recruiters

    Many veterans on the job hunt get frustrated because they feel like potential employers don’t understand or appreciate their experiences. While this is often true, we have to remember that empathy goes both ways. Service members also need to find ways to understand the unique c… more

  • Networking With Civilians: Four Steps To Effective Sea Stories

    Networks are groups of people who know you, not just people who know you exist. One of the best ways to become a real person in the eyes of others is to talk about your experiences and ideas. Face-to-face conversations are the chance for you to add context and depth to your exper… more

  • Interview with a Recruiter, Debbie Cantin, Charles F. Day & Associates

    Debbie, Tell us about yourself I have been with the company for almost four years in December. I am an Air Force Veteran so I understand the challenges individuals face transitioning from the military to the private sector.  I started with Charles F. Day & Associates, LLC… more

  • Five Military Transition Questions with Engility’s Mike Snodgrass

    Mike, tell us about yourself  I joined the Air Force in 1978 after graduating from the Air Force Academy. I flew F-4s, F-16s, F-15s, C-130s and more. It was mostly a storybook career mix of operational and staff assignments at all levels. After 33 years I decided it was time … more