July 10, 2017

Three Factors in Choosing Your Ideal Company

I recently interviewed Mark Fannin on our iTunes podcast Above and Beyond. Mark is a Brand Manager at Mars Petcare and a former USMC Logistics Officer with a BS in Economics from the United States Naval Academy. We had a great conversation about his role at Mars and what he’s been up to since making … Continue reading "Three Factors in Choosing Your Ideal Company" Read More
June 14, 2013

June 2013 Career Conference Results

We just completed the June 2013 Career Conference and the Cameron-Brooks team and the candidates and their support team members have all returned home to their respective bases and posts.  We are now busy preparing for the interview process.  43 candidates and 16 spouses and support team members attended the Conference, and all candidates have multiple companies pursuing them … Continue reading “June 2013 Career Conference Results”

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January 30, 2013

Body Language Impacts Interviewing Confidence and Stress

We just finished the January 2013 Conference Tuesday night.  The January Candidates are not only hard workers and strong leaders, but also great people!  Thank you for your partnership!  My colleague Rob Davis will write a post in the coming week with a quick recap.  In the meantime, please enjoy this post on body language … Continue reading “Body Language Impacts Interviewing Confidence and Stress”

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September 16, 2011

Cameron-Brooks Values Face-to-Face Personal Interaction

As a Junior Military Officer (JMO) headhunter (we prefer to be called a recruiting firm or recruiters), we believe in developing a personal relationship with our JMOs face-to-face. Most other JMO and traditional recruiting firms do not do this. This past week, I met with numerous JMOs across Germany, and these meetings reminded me that … Continue reading “Cameron-Brooks Values Face-to-Face Personal Interaction”

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September 1, 2010

Cameron-Brooks Alumnus Provides Advice on a Successful Career Search

I recently received this e-mail from a Cameron-Brooks Alumnus who transitioned from the military to corporate America at our June 2010 Career Conference.  I asked him to post a Review on Facebook, but I guess I learned not all people are on Facebook as he does not have an account.  I thought the blog would … Continue reading “Cameron-Brooks Alumnus Provides Advice on a Successful Career Search”

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February 8, 2010

Cameron-Brooks January 2010 Career Conference

The January 2010 candidates have started off the New Year very successfully.  We had over 440 interviews for the 41 candidates, and the highest number of average interviews per candidate since 2008.  Our 9 support team members played a key role in helping these candidates convert over 60% of their interviews to company pursuits.  For … Continue reading “Cameron-Brooks January 2010 Career Conference”

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January 27, 2010

Excellent Resource for a JMO to Improve Communication and Interviewing Skills

I apologize for the short post this week.  Cameron-Brooks is in full force preparing for our January/February 2010 Career Conference in Austin, TX which kicks off this Friday.  As a result, I am keeping my post short though I hope you find it as useful as previous posts. I love podcasts and I really enjoy podcasts that … Continue reading “Excellent Resource for a JMO to Improve Communication and Interviewing Skills”

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July 28, 2009

Receiving Offers and Accepting Employment

How to handle the critical process of receiving and accepting an offer.

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June 22, 2009

Cameron-Brooks June 2009 Career Conference

Results from the June 2009 Career Conference

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June 8, 2009

Risk in the Business Career Market?

Buy low, sell high.  This is the basic “secret” to investing wisely.  Investors will discuss how a drop in price reduces the “risk” related to buying the stock.  The price of a stock, in theory, represents all future cash flows of that organization.  When the price is down, the investor has more opportunity to benefit … Continue reading “Risk in the Business Career Market?”

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