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MVRC to Host Veterans Career Workshops

Military Veterans Resource Center invites all job seeking veterans to attend a career workshop on Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014. The event will feature recruiters from employers who are hiring for multiple positions. The career workshop is free for participants and will take place at MVRC’s Hamilton office, located at 914 Ross Ave. It will run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., with lunch included.

Veterans interested in attending the workshop must pre-register by contacting career specialist Dan Dunaway at 513-252-2395, or dan.dunaway@milvetsrc.org. The workshop is limited to 15 participants. Interested veterans should call today to be sure of a seat.

This interactive workshop is designed to improve veterans’ job search skills and help them become more competitive candidates. MVRC career specialists will provide individual career assessments and will teach resume and cover letter writing. If veterans have a resume, they should bring it, as they will spend time revising their current resume or writing a new one. The career specialists will also conduct mock interview sessions and help the participants improve their interview skills.

 

Military Veterans Resource Center invites job seeking veterans to attend a career workshop on Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014. The career workshop is free for participants and will take place at the Dayton Volunteers of America office, located on the Veterans Affairs Medical Center Campus at 4100 W. Third St., Building 400. It will run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., with lunch included.

Veterans interested in attending the workshop must pre-register by contacting career specialist Kelley Koons at 937-329-9559, or kelley.koons@milvetsrc.org. The workshop is limited to 15 participants. Interested veterans should call today to be sure of a seat.

This interactive workshop is designed to improve veterans’ job search skills and help them become more competitive candidates. MVRC career specialists will provide individual career assessments and will teach resume and cover letter writing. If veterans have a resume, they should bring it, as they will spend time revising their current resume or writing a new one. Local employers, such as Lowe’s, will also attend to conduct mock interview sessions and help the participants improve their interview skills.

 

 

Military Veterans Resource Center invites job seeking veterans to attend a career workshop on Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2014. Career specialists will help veterans jumpstart their careers by improving their job search skills and teaching them how to become more competitive candidates. This event  is free of charge and will take place at MVRC’s Chillicothe office, located at 1786 N. Bridge St. It will run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., with lunch included.

“We’ll work with vets one-on-one and make sure they’re prepared to communicate their skills and experiences to civilian employers,” said MVRC Executive Director Len Proper. “Many past participants have received interview invitations and job offers soon after completing the workshop.”

Veterans who already have resumes should bring them, as they will spend time revising their current resume or writing a new one. For those interested in becoming self-employed, a session on how to launch your own business will also be covered at the end.

Participants must pre-register by contacting career specialist Dennis Lambert at 740-571-4555, or dennis.lambert@milvetsrc.org. The workshop is limited to 12 participants, so call today to be sure of a seat!

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