Do You Have a Battle Plan for Transition?

Finding a job when leaving the military is a lot of hard work. However, we can help relieve some of your stress. Here are 5 steps to complete your battle plan for your military to civilian transition.

Don’t Be Shy, Give Networking a Try

Are you someone who’d rather listen than talk? Try these simple conversation starters to help improve your networking skills.

Biggest Résumé Tip I Ever Learned

Being more quantified makes you more qualified! Read more about the biggest résumé tip I ever learned!

How Having a Vision Board Can Help Your Military to Civil...

Featured contributor Ron Fugle, host of the popular podcast Fire and Adjust, shares how he uses a Vision Board to set big and short term goals for success.

How to Get Civilians to Value Your Experience (and Pay Yo...

Featured contributor Kevin Kermes, Army veteran and CEO of Every Veteran Hired, shares steps on how to make your military experience resonate with a potential new employer.

The Emotional Aspects of Transitioning Out of the Militar...

Featured contributor Ryan Guina, founder and host of, shares the emotional side of going from military to civilian.

Ways to Include your Military Recognition During Your Job...

Recognition in the civilian world takes on many forms. If you’re in the midst of your Military-to-Civilian career transition, consider highlighting the military recognition you received during your interview or screening process.

Forget About Who You Were and Discover Who You Are - Gues...

The military gives us ready-made identities. The military culture makes it very clear who we are and what we've done. But when you're ready for a new mission, then retirement is the opportunity of a lifetime.

Leaders are Readers

One of the unique benefits of reading books is the ability to understand another’s perspective. You can vicariously walk in another person’s shoes. You can experience a first-hand account of the life of others.

Handling The Unexpected Job Offer

One day you'll reach financial independence and enjoy life without working for a paycheck. So after you've started retirement, why would you go back to work? Here is how I handled an unexpected job offer.