Here at Day & Zimmermann we are focused on employing military veterans by using their military experience and training to help them start a career as they transition into the civilian workforce.
When transitioning out of the Military make sure that you are capturing all of your military experience and training on your resume.
When doing this, make sure to use the proper civilian industry terminology, not the military terminology/jargon. Many of the people that will be reading your resume may not have served in the military and may not understand the unique language that comes with it. Use your Verification of Military Education and Training (VMET) as well as the Military Occupation Crosswalk to ensure your resume is up to standard.
Build Your Future aims to be the catalyst for recruiting the next generation of craft professionals. They provide a collaborative grassroots approach to construction workforce forecasting and development that includes recruitment, training, placement, retention and image enhancement strategies.
The DoD Transition Assistance Program (DoDTAP) for Service Members and Veterans web site is designed to provide separating Service members and Veterans access to their VMET documents and other Transition Assistance information which will assist them during their transition process from the military.Login and access your VMET