For E-4 SRA (Senior Airman) Raymond F. Szwak Jr., the Air Force provided guidance in his twenties and early thirties; now Sharp Decisions’ V.E.T.S.™ Program is providing him with a future.
For E5 Navy Engineer man Miguel Diaz, life is about adventure. Diaz’s grandfathers were both military men and when he heard their stories growing up, it made him want to join the military too.
When Nick Lopez returned from his tour of duty to Iraq in 2009, he found it very difficult to find work. Using his post-9/11 G.I. Bill stipend as a paycheck, he did other work with clients he had accumulated through his IT company.
Although Marivel Martinez, known as Mari to her coworkers, worked in the recruiting and staffing industry prior to starting at Sharp Decisions, she says the company has provided her with more than a job – Sharp Decisions has unexpectedly become her extended family.
Sharp Decisions has been expanding its veterans program since its inception in March of this year. As the second class of the program is now into its fourth week, the program is growing more successful every day due to the hard work and high character of the veterans the company has employed.
Resume Writing Part 1 discussed the basic principles and formatting tips. Now part two will review the main sections and more Sharp Decisions recommendations for an ideal resume.
Resume writing is a daunting task. Knowing what recruiters, such as Sharp Decisions, and employers are looking for can be tricky, but sticking to some basic principles can resume building into a welcomed challenge.
Americans that look to challenge the status quo on a daily basis are the ones that succeed the most and are often viewed as powerful leaders. U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. John Michel sees that and an innate ability to lead in Sharp Decisions CEO, and V.E.T.S.™ Program founder, Karen Ross.
Recently, Sharp Decisions was featured in Forbes and Fox News Opinion in discussing the importance of our new veterans program.