Interested in Subscribing to our blog?
The Power of the Cameron-Brooks Network & The January 2019 Career Conference Results
The first Career Conference of 2019 is now in the books! For our January Career Conference, we had 59 candidates along with 20 spouses and/or support team members in attendance. The candidates conducted over 780 interviews with an average of 13.0 interviews per candidate. The pursuit rate for the January Career Conference was ~62+%, which … Continue reading “The Power of the Cameron-Brooks Network & The January 2019 Career Conference Results”
January 15, 2019
Cameron-Brooks Podcast: Episode 66 – 2018 Year in Review
Welcome back to the Cameron-Brooks podcast! We have a special year in review episode as Joel Junker and I review 2018 and take a look back on the year we experienced at Cameron-Brooks. In this episode, Joel and I dig into the quality and quantity of companies who filled important and complex leadership roles in … Continue reading “Cameron-Brooks Podcast: Episode 66 – 2018 Year in Review”
January 11, 2019 Career Preparation
The JMO & Full-Time MBA Programs – Are They Worth It?
We interview thousands of officers annually and the topic of graduate school comes up quite often. Case in point, on my recent recruiting trip, I met with several JMOs who were considering full-time MBA school. While one might assume that as a recruiter and principal of a JMO recruiting firm, I would denounce full-time MBA … Continue reading “The JMO & Full-Time MBA Programs – Are They Worth It?”
Business Advice from The Greatest Generation
The Cameron-Brooks team would like to introduce a new guest writer to the blog, Hope Drury! Hope is a Recruiting Specialist for the Cameron-Brooks team, and we are excited to share some of her “millennial musings” as a young business professional. Enjoy! As a millennial, I’ve had a lifetime to absorb and process years of … Continue reading “Business Advice from The Greatest Generation”
Should a JMO Use a Military Officer Recruiting Firm in Today’s Economy?
Recently, my colleague, Pete Van Epps, wrote a blog post regarding JMOs making a transition in the current economy. You can read that post here. I wanted to follow up his post by asking the question, should a JMO use a military officer recruiting firm in the current economy? After all, the current unemployment rate