Did you know that Clark College has been honored as a military friendly school? Clark College has received the designation for the third consecutive year for its commitment to serving members of the military, veterans and their spouses. Read more by clicking here.
Transferable Skills: Military Assets
Your military tour is over and you're about to enter or return to the civilian workforce. How do you transition from wings and 0900 hours to wingtips and 5:00 p.m. occupations? Answer: Focus on your transferable skills. Listen here
Job Resources for Veterans:
Check it Out! G.I. Jobs: Information on Military to Civilian Transition Employment, and Civilian Jobs for Veterans. Visit G.I. Jobs now.
Military Skills + Education = Success. A degree plus the intangibles learned in the military make you irresistible to employers. Great article from militaryfriendlyschools.com
For Veterans and Transitioning Military Personnel: Visit CareerOneStop. Sponsored by the U. S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration.
You may qualify for special services if you served in the military. Here in Washington State, WorkSource helps military veterans – including disabled veterans – find jobs each year. Visit the WorkSource Veteran Services page.
The transition back to civilian life can be difficult. C.I.S. (Oregon Career Information System has some very useful links to help you smoothly transition back into civilian life. Click here to visit C.I.S.
My Next Move for Veterans is created for the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment & Training Administration, by the National Center for O*NET Development. Here you will find many useful resources to help you with your job search. Click here to visit the site.