If you’ve served in the military, you probably have a long list of accomplishments to include on your resume. But those acronym-rich descriptions can require some translating to make sense to civilian hiring managers.
On Monday, recruiters from Northrop-Grumman were at the CSULB College of Engineering to help veterans present their military experience in a way that stands out for hiring managers going through stacks of resumes.
“The resume workshop for veterans offered tips on how to translate a military background to a civilian-friendly resume,” said Eddie Jimenez, a Northrop Grumman university relations specialist. “The idea is to help them create better resumes.” Continue reading “Northrop Grumman Holds Resume Workshop for Post-Military Students”
In the military, the unit is more important than the individual, said Northrop Grumman’s D.N. “Doc” Massard. But that’s not the case in private industry, where you must stand out as an individual to get hired.
A Northrop Grumman military recruiter, Massard was at CSULB Thursday to provide resume advice for engineering students who are military veterans. The company also supports a study room where the College of Engineering’s 120 veteran students can gather. Continue reading “Northrop Grumman Holds Resume Workshop for Military Veterans”
On Wednesday, the CSULB College of Engineering will mark the opening of a new Veterans Resource Center, along with scholarships donated by Northrop Grumman.
The new center in EN2-304 is nearly twice as large as the existing veterans study center in the College of Engineering. Besides providing a study area for the more than 100 engineering students who served in the military, the Veterans Resource Center is designed to provide veterans with educational support and a sense of community. Continue reading “Northrop Grumman to Fund Scholarships for Veterans”