The Army has contracted RecruitMilitary.com to consolidate all Employers on one Job Board.
Please go to our partner site as well, WorkSourceWA.com and register for an employer account.
WE WILL NO LONGER BE POSTING JOBS, ONLY CURRENT EVENTS.
JOB FAIRS, NETWORKING EVENTS, CLASSES, & WORKSHOPS
Hire G.I Virtual Hiring Fair: 11 June from 11am to 2pm. Hire G.I services are geared towards two types of candidates: transition services members and military spouses looking to join a top-tier company and those who are looking to start a business. Our events provide an opportunity to network and interview with industry leading companies that have a mission to invest in military talent. This event is free for jobseekers. For more information visit: Hire G.I. Mission To Change The World; 1 Veteran At A Time
Joint Base Lewis-McChord Career Summit; 23-24 Sep. Join us for a free hiring fair and career summit for Service Members, veterans, and military spouses. This event features leadership from Joint Base Lewis-McChord, local community leaders, key federal & state agencies, influential military leaders, and innovators in the business and employer community. Hiring Our Heroes Events
WEEKLY HAWK CAREER CENTER EVENTS (Excluding Federal Holidays)
11577 41st Division Drive, JBLM - Lewis North 98433
PROGRAM INFORMATION & CONTACTS
Military to Manufacturing Career Pathways Program (M2M) Virtual is a manufacturing industry driven program sponsored by CAMPS (Center for Advanced Manufacturing Puget Sound). M2M is a three day workshop focusing on entry-level, semi-skilled, skilled and leadership positions in the manufacturing industry. Special emphasis is placed on helping military personnel understand advanced manufacturing and the skills translation from military to manufacturing positions. CAMPS works through the process that results in job placement. Contact: Jodie Sahlin
Onward to Opportunity – the NW Edge is 6 week program, meeting every Tuesday, facilitated by different partnering agencies providing specialized transition workshops covering: Speaking Civilian, Social Media-LinkedIn, WA State Economic Demographics, Resume Tailoring, Interview Workshop, Mock Interviews, WA State Opportunities, and a NW Edge Social with employers. For more information contact Ben Dufay
Career Exploration Planning (CEP) is a two day workshop that will assist transitioning service members in identifying civilian technical occupations, establishing career goals, highlight VA education benefits, and beginning applications for credentialing and vocation training. Classes are located at Hawk Career Center. For more info or to register call 253-967-3258.
Managing Your (MY) Education prepares you to transition as a full-time student. The 3 day class and field trip focus on identifying personal education goals, researching schools and obtaining financial assistance, and contacting /applying for admission to colleges and universities with a goal of obtaining a degree. By selecting this track you will create a customized plan for a successful transition to a higher education institution. For more info, or to register, call 253-967-3258.
SBA Entrepreneurship - A 2 day workshop how to start a business: gain tools and knowledge needed to identify a business opportunity, draft a plan and launch an enterprise. Classes are located at Hawk Transition Center. For more info or to register call 253-967-3258.
Career Skills Program is civilian advancement opportunities, that prepare service members, veterans, and spouses for industry-specific job training and certifications including job placement assistance. For more informationcall (253)477-4748/4743. Briefings are held every Monday at 12 pm at Hawk Career Center (Bldg. 11577 next to Wilson Gym/Ocubo Clinic) (walk-ins welcome)
JBLM DPFR Employment Readiness Program: Located at the Hawk Career Center Rm.212, Lewis North. ERP Classes and appointments are available to all DoD ID Card holders, to include Military Spouses, Veterans, and retirees. Recurring classes offered monthly are: Resume 101, The Complete Federal Resume, and LinkedIn 360. Interview Ready and Job Fair Success classes are conducted on a quarterly basis. One-on-one appointments are also available for career counseling, corporate and federal resume review, mock interviews, job search assistance, and more. Register online for any of the above classes/services at jblmdpfr.timetap.com or call (253) 477-WORK (9675).
Operation GoodJobs provides job placement services, employer networking opportunities, skills training, resume writing skills and mock interviews, as well as quarterly hiring events on JBLM, all at no cost. For information, attend an orientation every Friday at 1:50 PM at the Starbucks at 10314 S. Tacoma Way, Lakewood, WA (exit 127 off I-5) or on the 4th Thursday of every month at the Lacey Veterans Service Hub at 4232 6th Avenue SE, #202. More at Operation GoodJobs or (253) 573-6789.
USO provides connections to public, private and corporate resources and programs for transitioning service members, veterans and military families. The services are all free of charge, for employment, education, benefits, housing, family programs, finance and legal assistance. JBLM USO Pathfinder Scouts are now exclusively co-located at the ACU Bank, Bldg. 2201 on 12th and Pendleton, JBLM. USO NW (also known as Camp Lewis), occupies the space closest to the main entrance of the ACU offering hospitality: food, beverages, lounge chairs, TV, and more. Camp Lewis is open to active duty service members and their families. Hours: Monday – Friday, 9 AM through 5 PM. USO Pathfinder
VIE-25 is a initiative designed to help exiting service members obtain a professional/technical certificate while they are still on active duty. The VIE-25 has a partnership with seven of the Community and Technical Colleges in the surrounding area that allow service members the opportunity to complete a certificate program that is usually 1-2 quarters. By using the MOA, a service member has the opportunity to attend classes as a student during normal duty hours for the last six months of their active duty service. Funding for this initiative is through the Workforce Education/Worker Retraining grant. The Workforce Education/Worker Retraining dollars have been allocated federally and by the state in order to assist service members in paying for these professional/technical certificates as they transition out of the military and into a new career field or to enhance the work they have done while on active duty by obtaining one of the many certificates in some of the nation's and Washington's top industries. Sign up at Stone Ed Appointments
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