Veterans, their spouses invited to job fair on Queen Mary

The military-to-civilian recruiting firm RecruitMilitary will present a free hiring event for job seekers who have military backgrounds on Thursday, April 16. This event, the RecruitMilitary Career Fair, will take place from 11am to 3pm aboard The Queen Mary.
RecruitMilitary urges all job seekers who have military backgrounds to attend¬: veterans who already have civilian work experience, men and women who are transitioning from active duty to civilian life, members of the National Guard and reserves, and military spouses.
A team of veteran-friendly organizations will conduct one-on-one interviews– organizations that will include corporate employers, law-enforcement agencies and other government employers, franchisors, educational institutions, veteran service agencies, and veterans associations. Already in the line-up are Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway, the California Department of Veterans Affairs, California Prison Health Care Services, the City of Los Angeles Fire Department, DeVry University, Garda Cash Logistics, Lockheed Martin Corporation, Los Angeles Port Police Department, Mac Tools, Military Sealift Command, the Military Spouse Corporate Career Network, National University, Pinkerton Government Services, Rain For Rent, SC Field Technical Services, Southern California Edison Company, T-Mobile, Target Distribution Center, The Art Institutes, United States Border Patrol, University of Southern California Davis School of Gerontology, the Veterans Benefits Administration, and Video Symphony: The Hollywood Institute.
RecruitMilitary will produce the career fair in cooperation with The American Legion; HireVetsFirst, a unit of the United States Department of Labor; and the Military Spouse Corporate Career Network (MSCCN).
The American Legion is an association of veterans who served during times of war. The Legion has 2.7 million members in nearly 15,000 posts throughout the world. The National Commander of The American Legion is Dave Rehbein, an Army veteran, of Ames, Iowa. The Commander of the Department of California is Alan C. Lenox. Congress chartered The American Legion in 1919. HireVetsFirst was created by Congress in 2002 to develop awareness among employers of the outstanding attributes of men and women who are transitioning from active duty to civilian life. The Military Spouse Corporate Career Network was founded in 2004 to provide career opportunities and job portability for military spouses. The organization is made up of military spouses, caregivers to war wounded, and retired military personnel.

RecruitMilitary, based in Cincinnati, connects employers, franchisors, and educational institutions with job seekers who have military backgrounds. All of the company’s owners, account executives, and retained search consultants are either veterans or active or former reservists. The founder and president of RecruitMilitary is Drew Myers, formerly a Captain in the United States Marine Corps. Myers founded the company in 1998. In August 2008, RecruitMilitary acquired Landmark Destiny Group (LDG), a military-to-civilian recruiting firm based in Norfolk, Virginia.

RecruitMilitary has produced career fairs since 2006. The company also offers subscriptions to its database of more than 496,000 registered candidates who have military backgrounds at www.recruitmilitary.com, retained hiring services, and advertising space in online and print media. The company obtained Search & Employ, a bimonthly print magazine, in the LDG acquisition. RecruitMilitary distributes more than 36,000 copies of each issue to over 220 military bases throughout the world, National Guard and reserve units, and job seekers who attend RecruitMilitary Career Fairs. Employers, franchisors, and educational institutions advertise in Search & Employ.
For more information, go to www.recruitmilitary.com or call (513) 683-5020.

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