A Twitter chat is like a meeting on Twitter; it has a specific discussion topic and a scheduled start time. Using the hashtag #MilCents at the end of each tweet, MFAN will ask questions to a group of financial experts.
16,779 military family members responded to the privatized military housing questionnaire. Read the report here.
A LinkedIn profile can lead you to an extensive network of peers, fellow military spouses, and job opportunities. There are a number of groups dedicated to military spouses.
NMSN provides military families with networking and career advancement services. The website features a members-only forum — a private community where military spouses can join webinars and networking events, and meet industry insiders.
After securing an interview, it’s time to get to know the company. Review the organization’s website and the position for which you are applying. This will help you come up with questions and help you decide if this position and company is right for you.
Dress for the job you want, not the job you have. You can never go wrong with a classic suit or dress (be sure to iron everything the night before)!
Always send a thank-you note to people who interviewed you (ask for their business card during the interview). Handwritten notes are best.