Month: July 2013

Career Corps Volunteer Program has an opening in Jacksonville for an Employment Specialist Volunteer Position.

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Job Posting for Employment Specialist – Jacksonville

Are you interested to volunteer? CASY-MSCCN Career Corps Volunteer Program has an opening in Jacksonville for an Employment Specialist Volunteer Position.

Through the Career Corps Volunteer Program the MSCCN offers our military-affiliated job seekers the opportunity to serve in positions that allow them to keep their work experience current while they hone and expand their skills.

The Employment Specialist is responsible for handling a variety of tasks in support of our corporate partners, our applicants, and the MSCCN Team. Working under the direction of the Gateway Manager, the Employment Specialist will work with other team members to ensure the successful delivery of MSCCN services to customers (corporations and applicants). MSCCN Employment Specialist Career Corps volunteer position is virtually served.

For a full job description of the Employment Specialist Volunteer Position please check our website: http://www.msccn.org/WhoWeAre/CC_Org.html

If you are interested please send your resume to Bianca Nafpliotis, Career Corps Volunteer Program Coordinator at bianca@corporateamericasupportsyou.org

CASY-MSCCN Career Corps Volunteer Program is looking for volunteers.

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Are you interested to volunteer? CASY-MSCCN Career Corps Volunteer Program is looking for volunteers.

Through the Career Corps Volunteer Program the MSCCN offers our military-affiliated job seekers the opportunity to serve in positions that allow them to keep their work experience current while they hone and expand their skills.

CASY-MSCCN Career Corps Volunteer positions are virtually served.

Opened positions with CASY-MSCCN are: Employment Specialist Volunteer Position, Employment Specialist – Job Posting Volunteer Position.

Opened positions with collaborating organizations are: Intern Writer Post (Military Spouse Foundation), Grant Researcher, Strategic Partnership Manager and Grant Writer (Military Musters)

Please check our website to find out more about our volunteer positions and their full job description: http://www.msccn.org/WhoWeAre/CC_Org.html and for the volunteer positions and their full job description of the collaborating organizations: http://www.msccn.org/WhoWeAre/CC_Sup_Orgs.html

If you are interested please send your resume to Bianca Nafpliotis, Career Corps Volunteer Program Coordinator at bianca@corporateamericasupportsyou.org

From Deb Kloeppel, Founder and CEO, CASY-MSCCN:

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Dan and Deb Kloeppel
Dan and Deb Kloeppel

On July 1, 2013, my husband, Rear Admiral Dan Kloeppel (USN) (ret), flew his last (retirement) flight as a 767 International Captain, out of Jackson Hole Wyoming.  American Airlines gave Dan a “Water Gun Salute” honoring Dan’s 37 years in the airlines and 36 (simultaneous) flight years in the Navy. Dan flew his entire aviation career without incident. What a wonderful send-off into retirement! Dan will now take over as Co-Founder and CEO of our CASY program.  As we packed up Dan’s flight uniforms (both military and commercial), he turned to me and said:  “I now have the time to connect all of the dots, Deb, via my retirement from the Navy and the airlines. Prepare your CASY-MSCCN for take-off regarding meteoric growth and healthy financial backing. They have done an incredible job building the best training and job placement solution in the nation for transitioning military members, veterans, and Guard and Reserve, through CASY, and military spouses, through MSCCN. 

“Our CASY-MSCCN Team Members are the best in their respective fields and now it’s time to honor their dedicated work by securing a lasting future for their continued success inside CASY-MSCCN.”

Water Gun Salute
Water Gun Salute