Former AF JMO Career Success and Advice to Others

I recently caught up with Tanya Chavez, a Cameron-Brooks Alumnus, who made the transition from the Air Force to G3 Enterprises in 2012.  Below is what she has been up to the last 4 years and advice to other officers making the transition.   Tanya’s background: USAFA, 2006, BS Behavioral Science Will complete her MBA May […]
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Introducing the Cameron-Brooks Podcast

We are excited to launch the Cameron-Brooks Podcast. For almost 50 years, the Cameron-Brooks Team has partnered with high performing military officers assisting them with transitioning to a successful business career. We have a continuing relationship with a vast majority of our Alumni. Some of our successful Alumni include the CFO of Twitter, Chief Marketing […]
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If You Want To Change The World…

About six months ago, my colleague, Rob Davis, published a great blog post on the importance of having a growth mindset based on Carol Dweck’s book, Mindset. You can read Rob’s post here. In the post, Rob linked a segment of Admiral (Ret.) William McRaven’s 2014 University of Texas Commencement Address. In light of it […]
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Finding the Right Hires for Challenging Roles

Cameron-Brooks alumnus Ed Barchak has had a lot of experience hiring military officers over the last 12 years. In this video, Ed explains the value he sees in hiring Junior Military Officers and specifically what competencies he looks for during the interview. To see more insight from hiring managers, visit our YouTube Channel. Pete Van Epps
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Sampling of Where April Candidates are Launching Business Careers

The actual Cameron-Brooks April Career Conference concluded April 5th , but over the last 3 weeks (18 working days) the candidates conducted follow up interviews, on site, with companies.  As of today, well over 80% of the candidates have accepted offers from companies who attended the Conference, and several more will make decisions this week.  Below […]
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