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Women Veterans Find Success In Tech Roles At Verizon
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Bringing Army leadership to Verizon’s Global Network Management Center
Through Verizon's website, veterans and military spouses can search for Verizon jobs related to their experience that are located near their military installation
Hey veterans: We’ll pay you to play with cool gear and write about it
We’re looking for a few devoted readers to review the latest and greatest gear and tech for us.
A career in government contracting and acquisition lets you keep the best parts of military life and ditch the rest
It's like being a CEO, treasurer, logistician, and lawyer all wrapped up in one. That should sound familiar to any former NCO.
Work in comfort with the best office chairs
Improve your productivity and professionalism with these exceptional office chairs.
Do you have what it takes to join the Secret Service?
A career in the United States Secret Service may be just what you’re looking for.
How this Army veteran found meaning in emergency management
For Lorenzo Leon, coming home was almost as difficult as deploying in the first place
The power of reinvention: How a Marine Corps veteran adapted to find career success
From his humble beginnings in an East Baltimore City neighborhood, through his service in the Marine Corps, to exceeding his initial career goals with Terminix, Gregory Brown has redeveloped himself time and time again
7 things you need to do before leaving the military
Facing the next chapter in your life after the military can feel daunting when you think about everything you need to accomplish before joining the civilian ranks
Are you ready for your next chapter? Think Nashville
For some veterans, the thought of leaving the service can be incredibly difficult. Many wonder if they’ll ‘make it’ on the outside, and be able to support themselves and their loved ones. On top of that, many military members are second or third generation, which means they’ve spent their entire lives in a sort of nomadic state, moving from one base to another every few years. I spent 10 years in the Army and came from a military family; by the time I finally chose to ditch the combat boots, I’d moved 28 times.
Your technical manual for online learning
Online learning can be ideal for active duty service members and veterans looking to pursue higher education. The flexible environment makes studying available to working veterans, busy families, and those stationed around the world. With accessibility comes great demand, however: you may not be living in a dorm, but you can still be easily distracted by piles of laundry, your job and that Reddit thread you’ve been following for over 3 days already.
The value of service: pursuing career success at McKesson
Despite coming from different backgrounds and having varied goals, military veterans find career success with nationwide health services company McKesson that recognizes and values the unique talents they bring to the table
Texas Army National Guardsman helps deliver oil wells for BP
“BP has been very supportive — from administrative to leadership — in continuing to serve in the National Guard"
Marine applies lessons from the Corps to corporate leadership
At first glance, there may not appear to be striking similarities between corporate staffing and the Marine Corps. However, Virgil Palumbo can quickly tell you how one easily translates to the other
Products for warfighters by warfighters
BAE Systems is dedicated to recruiting and employing veterans and transitioning them back to civilian life
35 years and counting: Lowe’s associate reflects on Army Reserve service
Scott Marasco's experiences deepened his passion for working with people, and he began in earnest what would become a multidecade career in retail management, ultimately leading him to Lowe’s
Here are the 16 jobs that will be available to troops in Space Force
The U.S. Space Force is just 75 days old, but it has already narrowed down a tight list of 16 military job specialties that it will own, the director of Space Force Planning said Tuesday
Empowered through work: How a military spouse found strength in her job with The Home Depot
Stephanie Rasmussen is a strong woman. She never knew what her capabilities really were until she married into the Army and started working at The Home Depot.
Walmart to take veteran hiring programs to the next level
Brynt Parmeter spent almost 27 years in the Army, including time at West Point. After nearly six years in the private sector in Silicon Valley, he was named Walmart's new Senior Director of Military Programs in October, and he has big shoes to fill
Navy Russian linguist finds her fit at Republic Services
Hard-working high school student Amy Tregre was expected to go to college. Instead, she joined the Navy in 1999, enlisting as a cryptologic technician interpretive, to learn a language, see the world and fund her eventual higher education
Diverse veteran job possibilities at Mohawk Industries
The manufacturing field offers a surprising variety of job choices for a post-military career. Three veterans exemplify the diversity of opportunities in a company like Mohawk Industries, "the largest floor covering manufacturer in the world"
America’s farmers are dying out. The USDA is calling on veterans to take their place
"If you're someone who enjoys nature, farming offers you solace and employment while letting you get back to living on your own timetable."
An Army veteran shares the career advice that got him from Harvard to Gap Inc
Kevin Releford spent five years in the Army as an Armor Officer. After transitioning out of the military, he earned his MBA from Harvard Business School and now works as a senior director at Gap Inc. This experienced leader shares with us the military skills that made him successful, and how veterans can have a smoother transition into civilian workplaces
For Walmart, hiring veterans ‘makes us better’
Walmart has been a leading military brand for the past decade. One of the leaders behind it is retired Brig. Gen. Gary Profit, a 31-year Army veteran and senior director of military programs at Walmart
IBM supports National Guard and reserve employees with flexibility and understanding
Much of America doesn't understand what it means to be a member of the National Guard or the Reserves. But today's citizen soldiers, sailors, airmen, and Marines are exceptionally skilled at balancing their military duties with their family lives and civilian jobs