The mission statement of Hirepurpose (https://www.hirepurpose.com/), a New York City based military career transition leader, reads like an example for others to follow, “We believe in the American military community, and we’re committed to helping transitioning service members, veterans, and military spouses find careers they love.” I spent a few hours interviewing Will Leineweber, one of Hirepurpose’s Vice President’s. Will has military experience as a USAF officer and National Guard UH-60 pilot with deployments to Iraq and Kosovo. He has been active in the military to civilian transition space since 2007 with recruiting roles at the agency and corporate levels.
Will and I discussed some great, practical, and enduring best practices for military veterans from all Services, Ranks, and Career Fields to have an effective military to civilian career transition. Here are some of Will’s best tips to all military service members and military veterans to start the next great chapter in their lives.
Military to civilian career transition is challenging for everyone but it can be done very successfully. Follow Will’s and Hirepurpose’s advice for help with a great next step in your career.
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Author Biography: Chad Storlie is a Retired US Army Officer, the author of Combat Leader to Corporate Leader and has published over 250 articles in over 150 publications on military veterans, career advancement, business, leadership, strategy, education, financial planning, and national security topics. Chad excels as an author, mentor, speaker, and teacher showing business leaders and military veterans how military skills make lives, careers, and businesses better. Chad is an adjunct Professor of Marketing at Creighton University. Chad has a BA from Northwestern University and an MBA from Georgetown University. Follow Chad @CombatToCorp and www.CombatToCorporate.com.
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