Come, Grow with Us!
"Without change nothing would grow, and
without growth nothing would survive." - Author Unknown
We all go through periods of change and growth, but why? What causes us, as people, companies, communities, to need to grow?

As children we are told that we grow so that one day we can be big and strong, but it isn't only about being strong, is it? We grow so that we can learn, so that we can make an impact in our lives and in the lives of those around us.

Starting over 15 years ago as MSCCN, we dedicated ourselves to doing just that - making an impact in the lives of those in our Military Community. As the needs of our community changed, we researched, learned, and grew right along side of them.

This change is something that is still occurring today. In the coming weeks you will begin to see a few name changes within our organization. These changes will allow us to take not only our company and the dream it was founded on to the next level, but more importantly, to take you and all of our candidates closer to your dreams. Thank you for growing with us!

How you Can Take your Career to the Next Level
For more information on how grow your career, check out the full article here.
You’ve decided that you want to make a change in your career, but how will you get there and what will you do to stand out? Setting yourself apart from the crowd can feel impossible when you are getting ready to apply for a new job, or even a big promotion, especially if you have been out of the workforce for a period of time. Here are a few ways to help you take that next step in your career.

  1. Set a Timeline
  2. Research
  3. Network
  4. Volunteer
  5. Find Support

Congratulations, Will!
Navy Veteran, Will, worked one-on-one with his employment specialist for almost 6 months on interview preparation and skills,and resume tips and tricks. Having had difficulty in the interview process, being able to receive feedback and support from his employment specialist helped make all the difference in helping him land his post military career.

"The support is what I can consider the most important value. My employment specialist followed up and showed genuine care and concern for the employment difficulties that I was experiencing. A powerful professional resume was a bonus but a necessary addition to all of the words of encouragement that I received."


Be on the Lookout for Fake Accounts
Want to learn more about how to spot a fake account, check out the full article here .
Often, in times of crisis, we see a surge in online scams. Do you know what to do if you receive a request from someone or something that seems fake?

​Social media has made an impact on many of our lives and, as that impact increases, so does the need to be aware of the possible dangers posed by fake accounts.That's right, fake accounts are everywhere and virtually anyone can create one.  Specifically, when it pertains to Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter. 

Unfortunately, people have easy access to creating a fake online profile which, essentially, can cause harm to you or your workplace. We must be aware of these frauds.
Virtual Interviews
Due to COVID-19 many companies are having to think outside the box in order to continue recruiting, interviewing, and hiring. Are you prepared for a virtual interview? Here are a few tips for your next virtual interview.
  1. Dress the part!
  2. Relocate to a quiet, distraction free, area of your home.
  3. Troubleshoot and research the software you'll use BEFORE you log in to interview.
  4. If you have WiFi or connection concerns, hard wire into your router with an Ethernet cable.

For more tips and tricks to use in your next interview,
check out our live and on-demand interview prep sessions here .
Our dedicated team is ready and waiting to help you accomplish your dreams. Why Wait?
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