ABOUT THIS EVENT

Activision Blizzard, Inc. (Nasdaq: ATVI), a leading standalone interactive entertainment company, will visit the Nasdaq MarketSite in Times Square in celebration of the Call of Duty Endowment. The Call of Duty Endowment, the nonprofit arm of Activision Blizzard, Inc. , helps veterans find high quality careers by supporting groups that prepare them for the job market and by raising awareness of the value veterans bring to the workplace. Activision Blizzard, Inc. is a member company of the Nasdaq-100 Index.

In honor of the occasion Dan Goldenberg, Executive Director of the Call of Duty Endowment, will ring the Opening Bell.

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RECRUITMILITARY CONNECTS EMPLOYERS WITH HIGH-QUALITY VETERAN TALENT.

 

 

HOW DO WE CONNECT TALENT WITH OPPORTUNITY?

RecruitMilitary’s goal is to engage transitioning and civilian-experienced military veteran men and women in the most meaningful way. Some will discover new possibilities in our magazine, others will target jobs through our website, and still others will find success face-to-face with employers at our job fairs.

RECRUITMILITARY CONNECTS EMPLOYERS WITH HIGH-QUALITY VETERAN TALENT

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The event was a success! There were job offers made on the spot!

Thank you! Army Corps of Engineers for making this event possible…

Networking is the key to finding the perfect career, and connecting veterans to employers who want to hire them is the goal of U.S.VETS Career Network.

On March 23rd, U.S.VETS Career Network teamed up with ZipRecruiter and their corporate responsibility team Zip Cares to host a Veteran-specific workshop at ZipRecruiter HQ.

The event went beautifully, with 14 Career Network clients experiencing the intimate meet and greet with 14 ZipRecruiter employees. We began the event with a lunch at the Santa Monica ZipRecruiter Headquarters, allowing the attendees to network with one another as well as with the employees, breaking the ice and opening the event up for more informal connections and information sharing. The Veterans also received a full tour of the ZipRecruiter HQ offices.

Next, five ZipRecruiter leaders formed a panel, answering questions regarding their experiences at the company, and any advice on finding the perfect career in tech. The panel consisted of Elliot Wilson, VP of Operations (and veteran), Claudia Chen, onboarding coordinator, Jeff Zwelling, Chief Operating Officer, Jeff Moore, Manager of Engineering (and veteran), and Greg DeLong, Key Account Manager (and veteran).

The panel discussion was enlightening for the attendees, opening discussion around ZipRecruiter culture, the stories of each panelist on how they found and achieved their career, and advice on personal branding and networking in the civilian workforce.

After the panel, we broke up into intimate one on one informational interviews, one veteran matched with one ZipRecruiter employee. This “speed networking” activity helps each attendee to connect with more than one employee, and helps them to build internal connections within the company if they choose to pursue a position in the future. It also provides them with the opportunity to receive intimate knowledge on what their resume should look like, and how to apply this knowledge to applications.

Veteran attendees walked away from the event with new tips on how to improve and tailor their job search, as well as new connections to build and grow their professional networks. Special thanks to ZipRecruiter for co-hosting this event with U.S.VETS Career Network!

 

Cheers,

Maggie Cutler, MSW

U.S.VETS Career Veteran Network and BMW Technical Regional Recruiter , Roberto Castillo,  hosted a Veteran Employer Luncheon discussing different career opportunities in the automotive industry. Roberto also shared his personal military to civilian transition story and how he obtained his management role in the BMW company. If you are a veteran and interested in attending future employer events hosted by our Career Veteran Network, please register online today!

Thank you ABC7 for featuring U.S.VETS Career Network last Friday at your news network! The segment was under the ABC7 Salutes series, which highlights local organizations that are making a difference in the veteran communities

We discussed the Veteran Hiring Initiative behind Los Angeles Unified School District ‘s new Troop’s To Education program.

The Troops to Education program at LAUSD fast-tracks veteran applicants so that they can be hired as substitute teachers in as little as 2 weeks. The program also focuses on the full time teacher track, and offers a unique District Intern program, which enlists students completing their education in teaching to earn income while they are gaining hours, and complete a $10,000 teaching credential for free.

U.S.VETS Career Networks works with the veteran candidates along every step of the LAUSD hiring process, for the full life cycle recruitment of veteran talent, and even one-year post-placement for supportive services and professional development opportunities. The total list of services offered in the LAUSD – U.S.VETS Career Network Partnership are below:

  • CBEST Testing Fee (2nd test)
  • Application Assistance
  • Interview Preparation
  • Interview Scheduling
  • Certificate of Clearance (COC) Fee Assistance
  • Final Credential Fee Assistance

Congratulations Puentes Juan on hiring 104 veterans since the programs inception!

If you’re a veteran and interested in becoming a teacher at LAUSD, email me your resume at mcutler@usvetsinc.org with the position title in the subject line.

Cheers,

Maggie