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Through an Army program, Ingalls developed partnerships with military bases and community colleges to help provide skills training and job opportunities.
best practices, recruiting methods, partnerships, candidate selection, veterans, recruiting, spotlight, community college
The single biggest mistake I see service members make when creating resumes is that they dump everything they have ever done in the military into one document and use that document as a resume to apply for all types of jobs.
The U.S. Department of Labor’s HIRE Vets Medallion Program will recognize employers that recruit, retain, and employ veterans.
diversity and inclusion, veterans, spotlight
For the third time since 2014, the OFCCP has reduced the annual Vietnam Era Veterans’ Readjustment Assistance Act hiring benchmark.
legal issues, diversity and inclusion, candidate selection, veterans, spotlight
Student veterans often have the skills that are highly sought after in the civilian work force, along with valuable leadership experience. They have transferable skills, such as managing and leading teams, and supervising and motivating people. The average 22-year-old out of the military has far more experience than an average 22-year-old college student. Find out how professionals help student veterans translate their military work into civilian terms and obtain jobs in the civilian work force.
best practices, recruiting methods, veterans, journal