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Your resume is the single most important marketing tool you have. This book covers the most important topics you will need to master in order to create a military to civilian career change resume that attracts attention and job offers. 


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Wednesday
Dec192012

Veterans Portrait Project

This is a pretty neat story we've just uncovered on YouTube. Inspired by conversations with wounded veterans in the waiting room, retired USAF combat photojournalist Stacy Pearsall begins the Veterans Portrait Project at the Charleston VA Medical Center.

Wednesday
Oct242012

Veteran Women Entrepreneurs - New Group Launched for You

Sometimes a career transition ends up being more than a transition to a new job; sometimes it means starting your own company. And now, if you are a woman, a veteran, and an entrepreneur (or have the spirit of an entrepreneur) the Women Veteran Entrepreneur Corps (WVEC) may have many of the resources you'll need to have as much success in your new business venture as you did during your transition out of the military.

In the face of high unemployment rates, many women veterans have struck out and started their own business. While these women veterans all possess that "entrepreneurial spirit," many have reported that they could use assistance in business planning; especially for the all-important first two years. That is where WEVC aims to make a difference. Their goal is to help women "grow your small businesses quickly and sustainably." And with Pitch Parties, webinars and a kickoff event in McLean, VA this December, WVEC seems to be on its way to fulfilling its purpose.

Visit their website for more information about their events and resources. 

 

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