MILITARY TRANSITION SEMINAR
CAREER PLANNING FOR TODAY'S TRANSITIONING VETERAN
The Military Transition Seminar is a strategic career planning seminar for exiting veterans that was created from the nationally acclaimed veteran transition guide, Down Range. Created and delivered by veterans who made the successful transition to civilian careers, the seminar includes and exceeds tactical job search skills, focusing on the pathway to establishing a civilian career as opposed to a job. Each attendee will use the same planning process used by top corporations to develop an executable career plan that includes:
A personal value proposition
Career objectives customized to his or her previous experience
Proprietary networking strategy
Insight into industries where military leadership skills are in high demand
"[The Military Leader Transition Seminar] was decisively top-notch and very productive. The tools, tips, and advice you've armed us with are hands-down mission essential. And to gain all this knowledge from Veterans just drives it into the marrow. Awesome."
1SG George P.
"I can't thank you enough for the invite to attend the seminar yesterday, by far the most insightful 8 hours I have ever had the pleasure of attending...Anyone that has the time (if not make the time) should attend this seminar... Drive, fly or take a bus.....it may be the single most important day you spend as you plan the next step in your career after the military. I attended the seminar in April and it was by far the best knowledge to help me focus my career search."
MAJ Joe K.
"The seminar training was phenomenal. I was very impressed with the professionalism, content and method of instruction delivery (as well as the takeaways)."
LTC Richard F.
"...It opened my eyes to things that had not even crossed my mind in the transition process. It is definitely something that all senior military leaders should take part in well before their transition time."
1SG Terry M.
"The insights and advice provided helped me land my first post-Army job. I strongly recommend Afterburner."
MAJ (Ret.) Rob R.