New online tool first of its kind
Boots to Business Reboot is a two-day training program that provides participants an overview of business ownership as a career vocation, an outline and knowledge of the components of a business plan, a practical exercise in opportunity recognition, and an introduction to available public and private resources. [cta id=’5450′]
Recruit Reboot is a new interactive game to evaluate the most effective training practices at Recruit Training Command. Signups are now open for all Navy personnel to play from April 25-May 13. Playing will help provide the best possible Sailors to the fleet and shape the 21st Century Navy.
Nonprofits Help Service Members Find Their Fit in the Workforce San Diego Business Journal – 9 November. San Diego – Employment prospects for post-911 veterans were grim just a few years ago. About 15 percent were out of work in early 2011, compared with roughly 9 percent of the general population. The gap has been closing ever
I’m a U.S. Navy veteran coping with life after the military. I miss my Navy career and the camaraderie of those sharing the same mission. I know things would be very different for me if REBOOT hadn’t found me before I left the Navy. I was a combat documentation specialist covering evidence of war crimes including
Story by Krishna M. Jackson U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Anastasia Puscian. Marine Corps Sergeant Michael Pride graduated REBOOT Workshop as part of Class 2 in August 2010. Michael was preparing to leave the Marine Corps after being medically evaluated for injuries he received in Afghanistan when his vehicle was rolled over by
Mary Kay representatives from San Diego will makeover 22 women veterans attending REBOOT Workshop Wednesday, March 5, 2014 beginning at 1 p.m. The event takes place at NVTSI headquarters in Mission Valley, 4141 Camino Del Rio S., San Diego. Setup begins at noon and the event ends at 4 p.m. Participants will be available for interviews.
VETERAN UNEMPLOYMENT REPORTGeneral Summary The BLS CPS report states there were 21,384,000 veterans alive in July, down from 21,412,000 in June, a loss of 28,000 veterans in July. This continues the trend of the shrinking veteran population due in large part to having an all-volunteer force since 1972 and not having a military draft. There
First Lady Michelle Obama’s office Thursday entered the debate over the growing military sexual assaults scandal now plaguing the Pentagon by joining in a meeting with 16 members of Congress at the White House. According to Politico, the lawmakers, most of them women, were there to discuss the issue with White House senior adviser Valerie
A decade of sustained combat operations and the resultant pressure they have placed on military members and their families is taking a deadly toll on the nation’s armed forces, particularly the U.S. Army, which has seen record-high suicide rates in 2012, according to Pentagon figures.