How to Achieve Greater Success in Hiring National Guard Members and Other Veterans
Register to join us via conference on Tuesday, March 11th at 11:00 a.m. EST to listen to three experts in military recruiting and placement will describe specific ways to improve recruiting success. Topics include:
1) Writing job postings to attract veterans
2) Interpreting military candidate experience and training accurately
3) Conducting the most productive interviews
4) Gaining the most from the American Jobs for America’s Heroes campaign and military employment counselors
5) Avoiding mistakes that cause veterans to turn down your offer.
Stacy Bayton is Chief Operating Officer of both the Military Spouse Corporate Career Network (MSCCN), and Corporate America Supports You (CASY). She was raised in a military family and served in the U.S. Coast Guard Reserve and U.S. Marines before joining MSCCN and CASY. Stacy works with and trains employment counselors in all branches of military service and has helped scores of companies to hire military candidates.
Erin Voirol is the Executive Director of MSCCN and Operations Manager of CASY. She supervises CASY and MSCCN staff in their daily interactions with hundreds of military employment counselors, employers and candidates all over the U.S. Erin is a military spouse and has been recognized by numerous military organizations for her effective work in helping military personnel find civilian jobs.
CASY and MSCCN are unique nonprofit organizations providing employment readiness and job placement assistance for all veterans, military spouses, National Guard and reserves, transitioning military, and caregivers of war wounded.
Together they have written agreements with all branches of service although they do not receive government funding. http://CASY.MSCCN.org http://www.MSCCN.org
Brigadier General Kenneth A. Beard assumed duties as the Assistant Adjutant General for Sustainment, on 24 May 2013. In this capacity, he is a principal advisor to the North Carolina Adjutant General for sustainment operations. Brigadier General Beard was commissioned in 1983 through the Simultaneous Membership Program at North Carolina State University’s Reserve Officers’ Training Corps completing a degree in Zoology in 1984. His previous military assignments include Firing Battery, Field Artillery Battalion, and Field Artillery Brigade Command, as well as various staff positions at all levels. Brigadier General Beard’s most recent assignments include G1, North Carolina Joint Force Headquarters and the Chief of the Collective Training Division for Joint Staff, J7 in Suffolk, Virginia.
CASY and MSCCN are alliance members, along with the National Guard and Center for America, in the American Jobs for America’s Heroes campaign. Through this campaign, employers are encouraged to post jobs for National Guard members and other veterans at no cost to employers or candidates. CASY and MSCCN manage the distribution of postings directly to hundreds of military employment counselors and work with employers and candidates to achieve matches. Employers can register here: www.CenterForAmerica.org. Phillips 66 is the campaign lead national corporate sponsor.
Contact Information for Presenters:
Stacy Bayton: firstname.lastname@example.org 832-458-2508
Erin Voirol: email@example.com 757-243-1037