Two Sessions for Transitioning Military

Posted by Rob Riggins

Military Appreciation Month is upon us.

If you’re in the DC area, two military transition programs you want to participate in are May 8 in Crystal City, Va.

AFCEA Nova Military Transition Seminar Breakfast

The SI networking with transition military at AFCEA Nova Transition Seminar BreakfastTransitioning Military are invited to attend this breakfast meeting at the DoubleTree Crystal City. You’ll hear from others who have already made the military to civilian transition, as well as network with recruiters and hiring managers from sponsoring companies.

Eat a great breakfast, enjoy the beautiful view of Washington from the top of the hotel, and propel your transition forward. Register for the Military Government Career Transition Seminar

Cleared Job Fair Interactive Transition Discussion

As part of the May 8 Cleared Job Fair, we’ll feature an interactive transition discussion for transitioning military personnel and recruiters at 11.30am. The session is led by recruiter and military transition specialist Chrissa Dockendorf and transitioning military HR professional Bob Wheeler.

Chrissa and Bob will look at military hiring programs from both the recruiter and veteran perspective.

Chrissa advises companies on military hiring programs, presents at many military transition classes in the area, as well as works one-on-one helping veterans find jobs during their transition in her role as a recruiter.

Bob Wheeler, Transitioning MilitaryBob Wheeler is a military professional stationed in Annapolis working as a recruiter in his last post before retiring. Bob chronicles his transition thoughts and experiences on his blog Veterans Transition Diary.

The session is free. If you’d like to register for the Cleared Job Fair, click here.

Military Transition Job Seeker Guide

Check out our Military Transition Job Seeker Guide below for a step-by-step guide to finding a job in the defense and intel contracting community.



This entry was posted on Monday, April 28, 2014 7:13 am

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