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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

How important is Social Media in your Job search? If you don’t know then join us June 26th …

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Does using Social Media for your job search sound confusing? Then expand Your Opportunities via LinkedIn through the upcoming on-line “Skills Training: Social Media” training June 26th!

LinkedIn is the most widely known and used platform for professional networking. Creating and maintaining an updated professional profile has helped many individuals in making key connections for employment opportunities and marketing themselves to prospective employments looking for new talent. According to recruiters Nationwide, 92% of them use LinkedIn to screen potential applicants and identify talent who may not have applied directly for the position to recruit them directly. 85% of companies have hired an applicant off of LinkedIn. With these staggering statistics it is imperative that you learn how to market yourself appropriately on social media and learn how to use LinkedIn as a resource that will assist you in obtaining employment.

Join MSCCN and CASY’s Director of Communications Amy Rossi for a very informative and FREE Virtual Training session all about Social Media. Wednesday June 26th at 1pm EDT –  Register NOW (http://www.msccn.org/Training/OnLineTrainingCalendar.htm) Space is Limited!

Do you know that many employers prescreen job applicants thought their footprint on the Social Media platform! Employers today either screen and/or use companies to provide a report on candidates on their footprints on social media i.e. LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook. Are your footprints helping you or hindering you?

MSCCN Expands Career Corps to better aid our military and veteran communities!

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ccThe MSCCN Career Corps program was created in August 2010 to better aid our military spouses and veterans seeking employment or professional development.  In March 2013 Career Corps launched an addition to Career Corps, testing the pilot  with Military Musters, a veteran founded non-profit that offers programs and services that help service members, veterans, and their families through transitional times both during and after service.       This pilot, Career Corps Ambassadors, rose up out of the need to find additional opportunities for the high numbers of military spouses and veterans applying for the Career Corps program.  Through this expansion Career Corps members are trained and matched to open volunteer positions with nonprofits that have been vetted by MSCCN.  Career Corps members serve as Ambassadors to these nonprofits, volunteering in positions with the nonprofit, but still receiving training, mentorship, and assistance through MSCCN.  Nonprofits who participate in this program are mentored by the MSCCN to ensure that both the participating nonprofit and the Career Corps Ambassador are successful in this program. This is truly a win – win for all!

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How important do you view Interviews? Ever walked away for an interview and thought you had nailed it but you did not get the job?

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Want to know what you need to do in the interview?
Then join us on  June 5th , 2013 from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. EST for a training session (How to Lock that Job — Interview Techniques that Work for You!) on interview techniques that will help prepare you to lock that job and walk away from the interview with a feeling of success!
Imagine you have just received an invitation to a job interview. How do you normally feel? Are you elated, inspired and raring to go? Or are you terrified, resigned to your fate and overcome with a sense of impending doom?

Interviews are a fact of modern life and interview skills will be used by us many times throughout our lives. Most jobs are filled as a result of these one-to-one or one-to-a panel meetings between the employer and the best candidates, but interview skills are needed in a variety of situation. Turning natural worries and fears into determination and dynamism is the key to success. Whether you are applying for a job, a promotion, a training program, or even a bank loan, we all need to know about the processes involved in the interview and how to impress other people at first meeting.

Many people think that it is a pure fluke whether they are successful in interviews or not. To them, the outcome seems to depend on whether the face fits, being in the right place at the right time or some other unidentifiable cause. But the outcome of the interview process is not determined by chance. We can exercise considerable control and influence over the way the interview is conducted and, more important, over the outcome!

Join us for a training session on interview techniques that will help prepare you to lock that job and walk away from the interview with a feeling of success! Register at

http://www.msccn.org/Training/OnLineTrainingCalendar.htm

How important is Social Media in your Job search? If you don’t know then join us May 22 …

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Does using Social Media for your job search sound confusing?

Then expand Your Opportunities via LinkedIn through the upcoming on-line “Skills Training: Social Media” training May 22!

LinkedIn is the most widely known and used platform for professional networking. Creating and maintaining an updated professional profile has helped many individuals in making key connections for employment opportunities and marketing themselves to prospective employments looking for new talent.

According to recruiters Nationwide, 92% of them use LinkedIn to screen potential applicants and identify talent who may not have applied directly for the position to recruit them directly. 85% of companies have hired an applicant off of LinkedIn. With these staggering statistics it is imperative that you learn how to market yourself appropriately on social media and learn how to use LinkedIn as a resource that will assist you in obtaining employment.

Join MSCCN and CASY’s Director of Communications Amy Rossi for a very informative and FREE Virtual Training session all about Social Media. Wednesday May 22 at 1pm EDT. Register NOW (www.msccn.info ), Space is Limited!

Do you know that many employers prescreen job applicants thought their footprint on the Social Media platform! Employers today either screen and/or use companies to provide a report on candidates on their footprints on social media i.e. LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook. Are your footprints helping you or hindering you?

Find Work Wednesday- Hot Jobs – (Accounting Jobs)

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If you are looking for work that is in demand now and in the future then you need to check out this week’s Find Work Wednesday – Hot Jobs – Accounting Jobs!

If you can add,tally,sum up, calculate, dcipher and can also operate an up-to-date abacus and/or other up-to-date technology then you have found your occupation!!!

Employment of accountants and auditors is expected to grow 16 percent from 2010 to 2020, about as fast as the average for all occupations. There has been an increased focus on accounting in response to corporate scandals and recent financial crises. Stricter laws and regulations, particularly in the financial sector, will likely increase the demand for accounting services as organizations seek to comply with new standards. Additionally, tighter lending standards are expected to increase the importance of audits, as this is a key way for organizations to demonstrate their creditworthiness. [1]

If these are the type of jobs you are looking for we can and will provide you with the personal touch (FREE) to getting you prepared, ready, and will follow you in obtaining that job.

Simply go to job seeker page http://www.msccn.org/JobSeekers/JobSearch.html and register (provide an e-mail address and create a password) and checkout the limitless job opportunities and/or other free services!

The first (6) opportunities below can be found by clicking on “Search for Opening with MSCCN” and the second (6) opportunities can be found by clicking on “Search for Job Openings with Job Central National Labor Exchange”.

Also, if you would like an idea of the types of jobs to look at check out this week’s Find Work Wednesday positions and thousands of other positions for military affiliated applicants can also be found at   http://www.msccn.org/JobSeekers/JobSearch.html

MSCCN is not one of those anonymous job boards which collect millions of resumes that gather dust for months on end. We have employment recruiter experts who live the military life that you do, who understand FULLY your needs and expectations. We will actually call and write to you within 24 hours of your resume upload.  Imagine that! One-on-One personal service! Our services are no-cost to all military-affiliated applicants.

Looking for help with your resume, interviewing skills, social media, etc. then we also can help with weekly virtual training in addition to our one to one personal touch.  We have a new training each Wednesday check it out at http://www.msccn.org/Training/OnLineTrainingCalendar.htm

ID Position Job Category City State
86159BR Credit   Representative Accounting Fort Worth TX
88068BR Route   Manager Accounting Select location PA
86164BR Accounts   Payable Technician Accounting Shoreview Minnesota
86024BR Associate   Accountant Accounting Dakota   Dunes South Dakota
86034BR Payroll   Clerk I Accounting Center PA
86167BR Seed   Accounting Manager Accounting Shoreview MN
Director, Tax Compliance Tax Compliance, Director Accounting New York NY
Financial Analyst III Analyst III Accounting Buffalo NY
Associate/Staff Accountant Staff Account Accounting Berlin CT
Business Planning Snr Director-Ops Business Director Accounting Redwood City CA
Corporate Risk Quantitative Analyst Risk Analyst Accounting Atlanta GA
Branch Manager 3-5 – Gunbarrel Manager Accounting Chattanooga TN

 [1] http://www.bls.gov/ooh/Business-and-Financial/Accountants-and-auditors.htm#tab-6

Find Work Wednesday- Hot Jobs – (Training Jobs)!

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If you are looking for work that is in demand now and in the future then you need to check out this week’s Find Work Wednesday – Hot Jobs – Training Jobs

As baby boomers reach retirement age and begin to leave the workforce, organizations will need capable training and development staff to train their replacements. The need to replace a large workforce of highly skilled and knowledgeable employees should result in organizations increasing their training staff, or contracting out services, to sustain a workforce of high quality employees and maintain a competitive edge.   

The Department of Labor (DOL) projects that employment for Training Jobs is expected to grow 15% from 2010 to 2020. [1]

If these are the type of jobs you are looking for we can and will provide you with the personal touch (FREE) to getting you prepared, ready, and will follow you in obtaining that job.

Simply go to job seeker page http://www.msccn.org/JobSeekers/JobSearch.html and register (provide an e-mail address and create a password) and checkout the limitless job opportunities and/or other free services! 

The first (7) opportunities below can be found by clicking on “Search for Opening with MSCCN” and the second (5) opportunities can be found by clicking on “Search for Job Openings with Job Central National Labor Exchange”.

Also, if you would like an idea of the types of jobs to look at check out this week’s Find Work Wednesday positions and thousands of other positions for military affiliated applicants can also be found at   http://www.msccn.org/JobSeekers/JobSearch.html  

Our organization is not one of those anonymous job boards which collect millions of resumes that gather dust for months on end. We have employment recruiter experts who live the military life that you do, who understand FULLY your needs and expectations. We will actually call and write to you within 24 hours of your resume upload.  Imagine that! One-on-One personal service! Our services are no-cost to all military-affiliated applicants.

Looking for help with your resume, interviewing skills, social media, etc. then we also can help with weekly virtual training in addition to our one to one personal touch.  We have a new training each Wednesday check it out at http://www.msccn.org/Training/OnLineTrainingCalendar.htm

 

ID Position Job Category City State
86305BR Associate   Training Specialist Training
Carlsbad

California
86349BR Field   Services Engineer II Training Omaha Nebraska
85080BR Associate Manufacturing   Technician Training Grand   Island New York
85075BR Associate   Manufacturing Technician Training Frederick Maryland
86124BR Staff   Engineer, QA/Qc Training Bedford Massachusetts
86121BR Staff   Engineer, Mechanical Training Guilford Connecticut
85563BR Manufacturing   Technician Training Austin Texas
Training Manager (204-490) Training Manager Training Creech Air Force Base NV
Maintenance Mechanical Engineer –   Alliance Refinery Mechanical Engineer Training Belle Chasse LA
Manager Courseware Development Development Manager Training Miami FL
Implementation Analyst – (CS43451   TC80057)Fiserv Analyst Training West Hills CA
IT Consultant N IT Training Plymouth MA

 [1] http://www.bls.gov/ooh/management/training-and-development-managers.htm#tab-6