Categories: Company news
By Merry P. Korn, CEO, Pearl Interactive Network In 1979 I was enrolled at the Ohio State University School of Social Work. Following in my sister’s footprints, I thought a Master’s Degree in Social Work would prepare me for my destiny, a career as a clinical social worker. When one of my graduate school colleagues ... Continue ArticleClick here for "Social Enterprise: Forging a New Path for Social Workers Wanting to Blend Social and Business Missions"
Quite often, strategies that increase veteran employment the most are shaped at the local community level. This is one of the reasons why the Department of Veterans Affairs partnered with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Hiring Our Heroes program. The U.S. Chamber works with state and local chambers and businesses to hire veterans right ... Continue ArticleClick here for "Employment Tip – State Grassroots Veteran Employment Programs"
Categories: Job and Career Tips
Content from Dawn Quesnel, CPCC, PCC We know the job market is tough right now, and that a faulty resumé can hinder your job search before you’re able to get your foot in the door. We reached out to Dawn Quesnel, CPCC, PCC, better known as Coach DQ, to share some of her top tips ... Continue ArticleClick here for "Tips for creating a resume that gets results"
Categories: Veteran Services
The following is a repost from Accreditedonlinecolleges.org. Active soldiers and veterans are important members of American society — soldiers, because they fight to keep the American people safe, and veterans because they bring their past experiences and wisdom back to society–which can help catalyze better decisions surrounding war and protection in the future. In 1944, ... Continue ArticleClick here for "Continuing Education Resources for Veterans"