Over the last ten years or so, social and political pressure elevated veteran issues into the national conversation. Veterans were returning from war, leaving the service, and facing the unparalleled challenge of reintegrating into society. Battlefields to Ballfields However, organizations are stepping up to the plate and offering assistance to the veteran community. One such… Read more »
All About Arts in the Armed Forces Service members and veterans have many different passions beyond serving in the military. For some, that passion is the arts, from performing to screenwriting to playwriting. In addition, service members and veterans enjoy watching a good show. This is where Arts in the Armed Forces comes into play…. Read more »
From June 22nd through June 24th, Google’s VetNet will host their 2021 Career Week, which is a virtual three-day event that will include panels covering functions of industry, “fireside” chats with corporate level executives from Google and other companies, hands-on training, and 1:1 resume reviews with members of Google’s team.
DoD SkillBridge allows service members to gain useful work experience through apprenticeships, specific industry training, and internships. SkillBridge is partnered with private businesses to help veterans better prepare for transitioning out of the service and to find jobs. Learn more about this great program.
The Microsoft Software and Systems Academy (MSSA) provides transitioning military and veterans with the essential skills necessary to secure employment in today’s growing technology industry.
As a nation, as we continue to emerge from the pandemic and face an uncertain but optimistically bright outlook in 2021. It is essential to remember the opportunities that await us as we move towards the future. For service members and veterans, this outlook is paramount, considering the obstacles they face when transitioning into civilian life. This article explores the top 5 jobs in America and what you can do to be prepared to enter that career field.
There is an opportunity to help enlisted military to become physicians. It is called the Enlisted to Medical Degree Preparatory Program (EMDP2). The program takes 24-months and enables highly qualified enlisted service members to complete the preparatory coursework for application to medical school while maintaining an active duty status!