Should You Be Exclusive With A JMO Recruiting Firm?
The prevailing advice for junior military officers (JMOs) is that if you are going to use a recruiting firm, do not exclusively commit to just one firm. Now, this logic is solid if you consider that most recruiting firms don’t invest in JMOs ahead of time or spend as much of an effort matching them … Continue reading “Should You Be Exclusive With A JMO Recruiting Firm?”Read More
7 Ways for Spouses and Significant Others to Get Involved with the Cameron-Brooks Program
Changing career direction from the military to Corporate America is one of the most important moves JMOs make in their lifetime. It affects their futures and those of their spouses/significant others. This is why Cameron-Brooks highly encourages spouses/significant others to be involved with the entire career search process to include attending our Information Meetings, Personal … Continue reading “7 Ways for Spouses and Significant Others to Get Involved with the Cameron-Brooks Program”Read More
The Value of Certifications in an Interview
While on the road recruiting, I am frequently questioned and asked to provide guidance about the value officers get from achieving a certification prior to stepping out of the military. The answer is: “It depends.” For an officer considering a specialized career (think IT programmer, public accounting, research and development, etc.), the certification can be a good … Continue reading “The Value of Certifications in an Interview”Read More
Cameron-Brooks April 2009 Career Conference
As we head back from Charlotte, NC to the Cameron-Brooks office in Texas, Roger Cameron and I are excited about sharing the results of the Cameron-Brooks April 2009 Career Conference with you. We had 47 Cameron-Brooks candidates attend the conference accompanied by 22 support team members to assist them in making the military to business transition. The … Continue reading “Cameron-Brooks April 2009 Career Conference”Read More