5 Ways to Battle Impostor Syndrome

Estimated reading time: 5 minutes

I’d be lying if I wasn’t saying that impostor syndrome is something I am dealing with at the moment. 

Next week I will start classes at the University of Virginia Darden School of Business. Depending on what …

By The Veteran Professional, LLC.
The Veteran Professional, LLC.
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Six Ways to Succeed on LinkedIn

A lot of people become jaded with LinkedIn when they first get started. They think because they opened a profile job offers will just start rolling in. But when has anything been that easy in life? With a little bit …

By David Bruce
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3 Ways Military Veterans Can Use Personal Branding to Succeed in Their Civilian Careers

Today—maybe more than ever before—as a military veteran you are sought after by employers for your skills and talents and your valuable character traits.

Smart employers know today’s veterans bring resilience, loyalty, and a committed work ethic that is often …

By Lida Citroen
Lida Citroen
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5 ways the military can prepare you for a tech role

A veteran shares insights after making the leap from the Army to Amazon

Not every path to a great tech job is as simple as “major in Computer Science, attend career fairs, and get recruited.” Most career paths aren’t linear! …

By Handshake Blogs
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Sociology graduate set to work at dream job

Shawn Banzhaf, author of “The Five Ls: A Practical Guide for Helping Loved Ones Heal After Trauma,” is graduating with his master’s degree in sociology from the T. Denny Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics this winter. 

Banzhaf, who …

By Jennifer Moore
Jennifer Moore Communications Specialist Associate
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A Veteran’s Guide to Making Critical Life & Career Choices

Many Veterans are faced with difficult life and career choices after military service.

Do you ever find yourself struggling to figure out “what’s next?” Does your experience, education, and skill set suggest one path, but your heart, energy, and real …

By Paulette Risher, President/CEO, Major General, U.S. Army Reserve (Retired)
Paulette Risher, President/CEO, Major General, U.S. Army Reserve (Retired)
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A Veterans’ Guide for a Great Job Interview


Getting an Interview is a significant step forward in the the hiring process.  Congratulations!  You have made it through the first competitive challenge.   You are a survivor of the first ruthless cut from perhaps hundreds of applicants to …

By Paulette Risher, President/CEO, Major General, U.S. Army Reserve (Retired)
Paulette Risher, President/CEO, Major General, U.S. Army Reserve (Retired)
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In a recent episode of Motivation Monday with RecruitMilitary LIVE on LinkedIn, we sat down with the co-lead of Fort Drum’s Hiring Our Heroes Military Spouse Professional Network, Meredith Taylor, to discuss tips and tricks for military spouses on the …

By Brittany Tucker
Brittany Tucker
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Udall Apply – Advice & Guidance

Advice from the Udall Foundation – Original article published on the Udall Website.

Work closely with your Udall faculty representative
Ask them for feedback on your short essay answers and essay.

Articulate a career “path” or field
Even if you …

By Beverly Johnson
Beverly Johnson
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Female Veterans: Getting Your Ducks in a Row

I’m always impressed with female veterans getting ready for military transition. As the transition master coach for Military.com’s Veteran Employment Project, I see how you start your transition plan early – sometimes two or three years ahead of the curve. You …

By Jacey Eckhart
Jacey Eckhart
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