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Arrington Career/Transition Tip Series Article 2

Article #2 in the Series Congratulations: You have found the Arrington Career/Transition Tip series. I believe this will be helpful because I notice people making decisions without necessarily knowing to do additional steps to help their chances at successfully landing. So, I will create these tips in article form too. Every tip I post will…
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Arrington Career/Transition Tip Series Article 1

Article #1 in the Series Congratulations: You have found the Arrington Career/Transition Tip series. I believe this will be helpful because I notice people making decisions without necessarily knowing to do additional steps to help their chances at successfully landing. So, I will create these tips in article form too. Every tip I post will…
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ACP Recognizes 78 Veteran-Supportive Companies of 2019

  American Corporate Partners (ACP) is a strong supporter of veterans – through direct services, mentoring, and training, ACP is a cornerstone to the veteran community. But they can’t do it alone. Below is a list of the 78 commercial companies that has funded, supported, and collaborated with ACP in 2019. AECOM AIG Allstate American…
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Grow Your Voice, Overcome Your Fears Podcast

MSgt Arrington will cover how he has made it a mission to educate the whole Veteran community on a world of FREE resources that the vet community has no clue exist for them outside the gates, and why this is important not just for the veteran community but for businesses too!   https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/115197/breaking-down-the-military-gates   MSgt…
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Salute to American Corporate Partners

Giving Recognition Where It’s Due Brian Arrington, a US Air Force Master Sergeant, provides a video “thank you” to American Corporate Partners (ACP). ACP is a national nonprofit organization focused on helping veterans find their next careers through one-on-one mentoring, networking and online career advice. Brian came to ACP ahead of his retirement in April…
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Q&A on veteran benefits and support opportunities

Live Mentor Session for Veterans

  This Keeps Growing… As many of you know, I founded the first online Veteran Resource Library here at vets2industry.com 4 weeks ago. Last night I conducted my first Facebook Live mentor session to a Facebook group centered around vets mentoring vets. I was asked by the administrators if I would conduct a mentoring session…
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Survivor’s Guilt in the Military and After

Survivor’s Guilt in the Military and Veteran Community How to recognize it and what to do about it. Reposted with permission by the author, Meaghan Mobbs. Originally posted on PsychologyToday. “The problem is when you live, you have to carry the dead with you everywhere.” “Why him and not me? He had a family, I…
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Veteran-Friendly Companies of 2018

MilitaryTimes invited companies from across the country to fill out a rigorous, 90-question survey evaluating their culture, recruitment, and policies for veterans service members, and military families. Below is a list of how those veteran-friendly companies racked and stacked – or view the list on MilitaryTimes site for additional information! First Data Corp BAE Systems…
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Notebook with New Year written on one side. Goal, Plan, and Action written on the other. Succulent and a pen are also extremely necessary here.

SMART Goals, Website Dreams, & Strategic Plans

Is your New Year resolution to get your dream job, grow your business, or to accomplish a huge goal? If so – WRITE IT DOWN! It is generally believed that if you write your goal down, you’ll be more likely to follow through with them. In fact, according to a supposed Harvard survey in 1953, out…
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how can I help by man offering a handshake

How Can I Help?

If you have watched the new Show on NBC called New Amsterdam you know that those four words make up the mantra of the protagonist. Those four words are unremarkable by themselves…. HOW denotes a question of something’s condition or quality design or action; CAN specifies some form of ability; I centralizes on ones self; and HELP denotes an action of…
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