At Military Veteran Pipeline, we connect qualified candidates with the civilian workforce via our highly accessible, easy-to-use platform. A key aspect of your online application is filling out your Work History, as potential employers will rely on this information when reviewing job candidates. The Work History section of your Veteran Dashboard is separate from the Short Summary and online profile you provide when making an account. Let's review the process for what to include in your Work History.
When interviewing for a job position, the hiring manager will often ask the job candidate if they have any questions at the end of the interview. It's important to be prepared for this part of the interview process because asking relevant and specific questions regarding the role is a great way to show your interest and commitment to your potential employer.
When applying for your dream job, it's important to remember that the hiring process can be quite competitive. Because the hiring manager will review your resume and interview you alongside other strong candidates, the best way to approach this experience is taking actionable steps to stand apart in the job search. Though these tips might seem straightforward, it's always a good idea for candidates to keep in mind the competitive nature of the job market. The goal is convincing your potential employer that you're not only a good fit but also the best fit for the new job.
While transitioning from the military to the civilian workforce may seem wrought with challenges, the change is often a rewarding one. We know that with determination and the right preparation, you have the skill sets and experience to find a fulfilling career.
Military Veteran Pipeline is passionate about showing the multiple benefits of hiring military personnel. Let’s get started!
James and Michelle Miller, founders of Military Veteran Pipeline, are excited to share their 30+ years of recruiting industry and military expertise with others. From Veteran-specific programs to in-person events and virtual career fairs, they are currently open to attending speaking engagements and offering advice on pursuing career opportunities with one's best foot forward.
Whether you’re a small business, mid-size organization, Fortune 500 company, government sector or beyond, Military Veteran Pipeline is the platform for you. If you’ve already subscribed to MVP or are just considering it, it’s important to understand exactly how our technology can benefit your business.
There are several differences between private-sector resumes and federal government resumes in the United States. It’s important to be familiar with standard conventions for a federal resume to highlight how your work experience is relevant to the government position to which you are applying. By tailoring your resume to these specific standards, you establish a sense of credibility by showing that you understand the language and expectations of the federal workforce.