When Karen Ross created the V.E.T.S Program, she recognized that there was a dire need for Veteran jobs and while other organizations were sitting idle she chose to do something about it.
It is easy for us to get lost in the post-interview whirlwind of thoughts, but one thing that is important not to forget: once you step out of the interview room you are not entirely done with the interview.
Some of us are happy with our lives at the current moment; others are hoping the New Year may bring with it a new job, stronger relationships, a promotion, etc. Whatever you wish for in the New Year, here are a few tips for setting and achieving those goals.
“This is my wish for you: peace of mind, prosperity through the year, happiness that multiplies, health for you and yours, fun around every corner, energy to chase your dreams, joy to fill your holidays!” – D.M. Dellinger
An Army captain, skilled with foreign languages and trained to fly planes carrying personnel and cargo, wouldn’t be believed by most people to be lost in their career path.