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        Top 10 Tips for Engaging Military Students

        Today’s colleges are faced with the challenge of attracting and engaging students who are primed for success. Since 2014, hundreds of thousands of Active Duty, National Guard and Armed Forces Reserve service members have benefited from the Post-9/11 GI Bill in order to earn a degree or certificate, with the numbers increasing dramatically every year. Schools [...]

        By | September 14th, 2016|Resources|Comments Off on Top 10 Tips for Engaging Military Students

        Top 10 Fails of Recruiting Military for Civilian Jobs

        Recruiting military to fill your open jobs is not an easy feat. What challenges does your organization face when recruiting from the military? Daniel Nichols reflected on his experience in corporate recruitment and military transition to identify the most common fails of recruiting military for civilian jobs. Which of the following sound all to familiar? #1: Failing to look beyond [...]

        By | August 29th, 2016|Recruiting|Comments Off on Top 10 Fails of Recruiting Military for Civilian Jobs

        10 Tips for Hiring Heroes from Military-to-Civilian Workforce

        Top Tips for Hiring Heroes 1)  Learn the basics every recruiter should know about why veterans make great employees—from definitions of rank and branches of service, to how military skills and experience translate to civilian work, to benefiting from the military’s team- and mission-focused approach. Find out more here. 2)  Research best practices of other [...]

        By | August 18th, 2016|Recruit & Orient|Comments Off on 10 Tips for Hiring Heroes from Military-to-Civilian Workforce

        Introducing Military Friendly® Brands

        The Military Friendly® Brands consumer survey launches to help benchmark and recognize social and material investments that corporations make in support of the military and veteran community.

        By | May 12th, 2016|Timeline|Comments Off on Introducing Military Friendly® Brands

        Guide to Hiring and Retaining Military Talent [Free Whitepaper]

        Did you know that nearly 400,000 military service members will transition their skills to companies nationwide this year? What are you doing to compete for this diverse, disciplined pool of talent? Just one of the ways we’re helping companies like yours be Military Friendly® is by providing educational materials on best practices when it comes to recruiting from the military. After [...]

        By | March 28th, 2016|Best Practices|Comments Off on Guide to Hiring and Retaining Military Talent [Free Whitepaper]

        Vetrepreneurs and Military Spouses Make Their Pitch

        Woman Vetrepreneur® of the Year Finalists and Military Spouses appear on Shark Tank.

        By | February 5th, 2016|Timeline|Comments Off on Vetrepreneurs and Military Spouses Make Their Pitch

        12 Reasons to Hire Military Veterans

        Hiring military veterans is more than good business; companies that hire military veterans enjoy many advantages. Today’s transitioning military vets have all of the traits that make for an excellent employee. They are dependable, loyal, and disciplined, not to mention the transferable skills that make them great leaders, team players, and workers. What Are the Reasons to [...]

        By | February 4th, 2016|Recruiting, Retain & Support|Comments Off on 12 Reasons to Hire Military Veterans

        CUNY Better for Veterans Across Entire System

        CUNY is named the first public university system to earn the 2016 Military Friendly® School designation.

        By | February 1st, 2016|Timeline|Comments Off on CUNY Better for Veterans Across Entire System

        Victory Media Launches STEM Jobs Approved Employers Ratings

        The Inaugural STEM JobsSM Approved Employers list is released.

        By | May 5th, 2015|Timeline|Comments Off on Victory Media Launches STEM Jobs Approved Employers Ratings

        Vets Get a Bite of the Big Apple

        NaVOBA advocacy results in the city of New York creating a new Department of Veterans Services, with more resources better suited to help the city’s large and diverse veterans community find and access resources.

        By | April 1st, 2015|Timeline|Comments Off on Vets Get a Bite of the Big Apple