Preparing Veterans

According to the American Council on Education, we should expect approximately 1.5 million veterans to join/re-join the civilian workforce over the next 3 to 5 years, which represents a 29% increase over average yearly transition numbers. 


By knowing your strengths and weaknesses, alignment with different training and certification options, each veteran's skill set is fine-tuned and they're prepared for the full interview process.

Our interview courses will enable a veteran to feel comfortable and prepared through the whole job interview process, from preparation in advance to following up after the interview is completed. Job interviews are designed to make a person feel uncomfortable. The future employer wants to see how the person handles stress and works under pressure. And, of course, the best way to handle stress is by being prepared. We have that part covered!

Employers are looking for self-confident people who can manage themselves as well as others. They are looking for people who are motivated, flexible, and resourceful.

Don't also forget that interviewing is NOT a one-way street. The veteran is also there to interview the company and make sure it is a good fit for their career goals. We teach each veteran what questions to ask to ensure their decision considers their expectations of the employer as well.

Topics covered in our interviewing preparation courses:

  • Review different interviewing techniques
  • Advanced preparation needed prior to interview
  • Requirements and pre-interview steps
  • Tasks to perform the day of the interview
  • Questions and answers to the most commonly asked interview questions
  • Understanding the meaning and intent behind each interview question
  • How to stand out from your competition
  • Qualifying questions to ask the interviewer
  • Job criteria questions to ask the interviewer
  • Closing questions to ask the interviewer
  • How to leave a lasting impression
  • Weighing your decision regarding the company
  • Creating a powerful closing statement
  • Interview follow-up best practices
  • Proper construction of a Thank You letter