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Need help looking for a civilian job?

by Irma Avery
Career consoler

"Buzz" Buse, director of the Officer Placement Service for the Military Officers Association of America, an expert on transitioning from military to civilian employment, will be at the Officers' Club on March 18 from 9 to 11:30 a.m. to talk about "Marketing Yourself for a Second Career".

In his free half-hour presentation, Buse will introduce the audience to the realities of the competition in the civilian job market, the perceptions civilian employers have of military personnel, a plan for the job search, tips for strengthening the resume, networking plans, preparing for and conducting a successful interview and salary negotiations and benefit packages.

The lecture is presented annually at more than 150 U.S. military bases worldwide. It is up-to-date, hard-hitting and focused. It has a reputation as a "must attend" for those two to three years or less from separation or retirement. Military members and their spouses are invited to attend the lecture. While there, they may ask questions and will also receive a free copy of the publication, "Marketing Yourself for a Second Career." For more information, call Irma B. Avery at 828-2721 at the Family Support Center.




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