Cameron-Brooks Podcast: Episode 49 – How Being Open Minded Led One JMO from Army Signal to Aviation Sales

Two weeks before former JMO Jenna Sanders attended her Career Conference, she wasn’t considering sales as a possible career opportunity.  Based on the companies attending her Conference, I called and asked if she would consider a few sales interviews.  A few specific sales positions really fit her personality and interests; most importantly, because she was conducting a […]
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Cameron-Brooks Podcast: Episode 45 – Want to Learn the Right Way for a JMO to Navigate the Transition?

Last year, Cameron-Brooks Alumnus Dan Meloro walked into a meeting for his production site.  This meeting would change the trajectory of his career.  He learned that his production site would reorganize, and the Maintenance Manager position he worked hard to earn as a promotion would no longer exist.  He was disappointed.  His supervisor explained that […]
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Cameron-Brooks Podcast: Episode 43 – The Path from Marine Corps Infantry to Robotic Assisted Surgery

Mike Cotter is a former Marine Corps Infantry Officer who now works for Stryker Medical as a Senior Operations Manager. His specific focus is on their Mako Robotic Arm Assisted Surgical Device.  The Mako Robotic device assists orthopedic surgeons in total knee and total hip replacement surgeries. In our latest podcast, Mike discusses his transition from […]
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Cameron-Brooks Podcast: Episode 37 – Three Dos and Don’ts for JMOs in Year One of a Business Career

Cameron-Brooks alumnus Tom Wilson is a Business Consultant for Marketing Analytics with Nationwide Insurance.  He supports a $50 million portfolio of financial products and services at Nationwide advising business unit managers on technology, marketing road maps, and industry trends. I asked Tom: What are three things JMOs in Year One of a business career should do and […]
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Cameron-Brooks Podcast: Episode 34 – Two keys to career progression in the business world

In this episode, I interview Sean Cooke, a Senior Compliance/Audit Engineer for Medtronic. Before transitioning to Corporate America, Sean was a US Army Engineer officer. He has a Mechanical Engineering degree from The Catholic University of America and initially transitioned into a Design Assurance Engineer role with Medtronic. In this episode, we focus on overcoming […]
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