Interview Knowledge

Preparing for a job interview is no easy task. There are many different types of questions to practice – behavioral, technical, situational, etc.; however, there is a plethora of information on the internet about interview questions. I have also written about questions that I believe are important for veterans to be able to answer. There

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Career Readiness

Fall semester has started at colleges around the country. It is an exciting and maybe stressful time for many students, especially juniors. This is the time when students connect with companies at career fairs and networking sessions on college campuses. These companies are looking for college students to hire for summer internships. If you are

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The Jobs Landscape

My last post was about the transition experiences of veterans. I hope some of you found it helpful and also completed the survey. Even though it might not be evident how it will happen, and it is not evident to me, I believe the insights gleaned from the survey will be used to construct programs

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Transitioning Veterans Survey

The more we learn from the past, the less likely we are to repeat past mistakes. Transitioning veterans can learn from the experiences of transitioned veterans. In this post, I will provide a sample of findings from a veteran survey on transitioning. The survey is on the website military-transition.org. On the bottom of the website

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Get out of the Student Veteran Lounge

The student veteran lounge is a sanctuary for many veterans, a place where the smokin’ and jokin’ continues. The appeal of the lounge is understandable. College can be an intimidating place for college freshman, especially the nontraditional one. The student veteran lounge is a place to relax and feel that military camaraderie many veterans miss

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