Operation Exit Strategy is a series of seven monthly workshops designed to address career and transition topics from resume basics to navigating human resources once you land the job! Each session is two hours long, including a working lunch and has a maximum attendance of 25 service members and military spouses.
Registration is required. Register here.
This event will focus on:
- Overview of company culture
- Discussion on Interviewing Practices
- The Importance of knowing the company prior to interview
- How to dress for success
- Lunch with Networking Opportunity
- One-on-One Interview Preparation
Other Upcoming Events
Jacksonville Center - Thanksgiving Day Feasts
Fort Bragg Center - Breakfast with Santa
Jacksonville Center - Smiles Over Miles
Fort Bragg Center - Operation Exit Strategy, Understanding Company Interviews
Fort Bragg Center - Operation Exit Strategy, Interview Techniques
Charlotte - Operation Exit Strategy, Networking Event
Programs at this Location
Wounded, Ill and Injured
A Continuum of Care for Wounded, Ill and Injured
Deployment & Homecoming Support
When they’re called, we’re there.
Keeping Service Members and Their Families Connected
Connecting the Dots in Personal Finance
Memorable Meals & Food Bank
Nourishing Families and Encouraging Community
Mobile Center Page
A coordinated network of providers serving service members, veterans and their families.
Single Warrior Birthday Cakes
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Sports & Entertainment
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Providing skills and tools needed for a seamless transition out of the military.
United Through Reading
Staying Connected from Afar
Family Reset Program
Helping Military Families Bond Through Fun and Learning.
Spouse Reset Program
Empowering Military Spouses to Tell Their Story
Warrior Reset Program
Leadership and Resiliency Training for Service Members
So it’s happened again. You’re the new kid on the block. Sounds like you could use a helping hand and a friendly ear. We’ve got both!