Military Career Transition Seminar May 8th Crystal City http://bit.ly/1gKdPgy

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If you are in the military and considering your transition you will not want to miss the AFCEA NOVA Military Government Transition Seminar on May 8th. This is a breakfast meeting geared toward creating networking opportunities, and hearing from folks who have just gone through the transition.
A key part of the breakfast is the opportunity to network with the executives from sponsor companies who will also have their recruiters on hand. This is an opportunity to meet with recruiters and hiring managers from local companies.
Go here to register: http://bit.ly/1gKdPgy

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Military Career Transition Seminar May 8th Crystal City http://bit.ly/1gKdPgy

  1. 1. Join Us May 8th in Crystal City! As you think about your next career, join us at the AFCEA NOVA Military Government Career Transition Seminar on May 8th from 0700 to 0900 at the Doubletree Hotel in Crystal City. This event will feature a panel discussion by military personnel – from senior officers to enlisted - who have transitioned and will share with you what worked for them and what didn’t. You will also be able to meet and network with recruiters and program managers from local companies to gain tips, advice and leads for your next career opportunity.
  2. 2. Hear from others who found the program valuable.. “Thank you … for your efforts in putting today’s seminar together. The information presented and the networking opportunities were definitely beneficial to me. Preparing for the transition from a military career is no easy task, so venues such as this morning’s seminar are invaluable.” “I am very grateful to you for fostering and nurturing this “Military Transition Breakfast”. I honestly feel that this type of venue is very much needed to support our transitioning military members.” “As you know this was my first AFCEA NOVA activity and it was my very first step toward that civilian transition, I was nervous until the program began and people started interacting--I relaxed and I enjoyed the program. I was impressed, in fact rather pleased to hear the candor and the practical advice that company representatives were providing to all the participants. Making the move to become a civilian is a bit daunting, and I have to confess prior to this morning's event I was very concerned about what the future might hold. I hope that the company sponsors know how very much their turn out meant to me and to all the participants--in my short conversations with others, that sense of appreciation for the sponsors was apparent.”
  3. 3. Register Today

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