Master Class: Mid Career Professional with Bachelor's Degree or Above


    Master Class Recap

    You are a hiring manager’s dream—a college grad with management experience who will show up ready, willing, and able to get the job done right.

    But civilian hiring managers can’t hire you if they can’t find you. They can’t hire you if they can’t understand what you did every day. That’s where the Veteran Employment Project comes in. 

    In this 60-minute FREE Master Class for Mid-level Military with a completed education, Transition Master Coach Jacey Eckhart will show you how to get more money, more family, and more freedom in the civilian world.

    Master Class Objectives

    1. Changing career ladders at mid-level—how to swing to the right step.
    2. LinkedIn navigator: how to attract the recruiters who want you most.
    3. Location: The one decision that will affect your income (and your family) most.
    4. Upskill: which certifications and progams make mid-level you more employable?

    Event Information

    Jacey Eckhart
    Thursday, July 29, 2021
    11:30am EDT / 8:30am PDT
    Veteran Employment Project

    Master Class Series

    Employers do want to hire hard-working, self-motivated veterans like you. The command does want you to keep firing on all cylinders until the last minute. Your family wants to know what will happen next right now. That is a lot of pressure. Do yourself a favor and take control over your transition by signing up for our exclusive FREE master classes now.

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    Jacey Eckhart

    Meet Jacey Eckhart

    Jacey Eckhart MA CPCC is's Transition Master Coach. She is a Certified Professional Career Coach and military sociologist who has been designing workshops and training active duty, National Guardsmen, Reservists and military spouses for decades.

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