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18 G.I. JOBS | AUGUST 2018 | GIJOBS.COM change with dizzying speed, and the G.I. Jobs team of experts is working hard on cutting-edge technology that allows military, veterans and their families to connect with employers, schools, franchises and others who want to help them succeed after the military. "All of us here at G.I. Jobs are honored to be a part of connecting veterans to civilian opportunities," says Mike Stevens, G.I. Jobs publisher and the 13th Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy (Ret.). "The creation and distribution of our 200th issue of G.I. Jobs is something we are very proud of. Far more so, we are grateful to all the companies and schools that have partnered with us in service to our amazing military community. We want all of our veterans to know that we have your back and will continue to do all we can to assist in making the connections in the workforce and education space that are necessary for your continued success." G.I. Jobs has provided insight from a variety of influencers over the years, including, from top : Dr. Susan Kelly, director of the Transition to Veterans Program Office, Department of Defense (Oct. 2016); Michael Michaud, who served as Assistant Secretary of Labor for Veterans' Employment and Training Service (August 2016); John Kamin, assistant director of the American Legion's Veterans Employment and Education Division (May 2017); Command Sgt. Maj. David Davenport and Army University (Oct. 2016); Mike Stevens, retired 13th Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy and Publisher of G.I. Jobs (Nov. 2016); and seven veterans service organizations and military associations integral in drafting amendments to the Post-9/11 GI Bill known as the Forever GI Bill (Oct. 2017). "G.I. Jobs magazine has been a tremendous resource for me as I begin doing the prep work for a successful transition. For example, when reviewing the June 2018 edition, the advice given by publisher Mike Stevens immediately caught my attention. Mike gives great information on career paths in freight railroad, career paths in real estate, and for those who want to be their own boss, a franchising feature. As I moved along in the magazine, I found 11 Resume Tips that can help prevent a sloppy resume. According to Shane Christopher, a sloppy resume tells employees that you are a sloppy worker. Attention to detail and a quality product are critical to success. These are just two examples of how G.I. Jobs magazine has provided much-needed information in the Journey of the Unknown." Manuel Atencio Sergeant Major Vice Chair U.S. Army Sergeants Major Academy VETERAN TESTIMONIAL O F H E L P I N G Y O U GE T H I RE D Celebrating I SSU E S

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