Edmonds Military Wire: Learn how to get hired in fire and EMS services industry

Michael Schindler
Michael Schindler

In today’s job market, first impressions are critical. How you look and how you share your talent, skills and abilities will often make or break you in today’s competitive environment.

Operation Career Boost is a one-day workshop for transitioning or recently transitioned service members on how to gain the competitive advantage in landing your next career. Taught by transition specialists and Snohomish County Fire District 1, those who attend will walk away knowing how to present themselves, what hiring managers look for during an interview, and how to fast-track your way to a successful “next-stage” career.

This experience could very well lead to your next career with one of Puget Sound’s top Fire and EMS Service Organization: Snohomish County Fire District 1 in Everett.

Registration required. The event is free but limited to only 50 individuals and will take place Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2013 from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at:
Snohomish County Fire District 1
Administrative Headquarters and Training Center
12425 Meridian Ave., Everett WA 98208

Here is the announcement:

Experience Required: NONE. If hired, we will teach you everything you need to know.
Salary: Competitive Salary and Benefits Package.
Coffee, snacks and lunch will be provided. Spouses are welcome to attend.
Please Note: For those attached to a command, records of attendance may be provided to command staff.

Quotes from the last event:
“Thank you so much for your interest in helping military veterans as they transition from military service to civilian occupations. I found your presentation not only informative but pertinent and stimulating. The personal brand information, especially aligning and leveraging a personal brand, will definitely be useful for our clients.”
– Christina S., JBLM, AACAP

“I cannot say enough about the program and how appreciative I am that you gave up most of a day to help us in becoming an asset that employers will want on their team. I feel that this training gave insight into the world of consumer based business, not just Nordstrom. This training will, in my opinion, help soldiers acquire employment.”
– Darrell M, JBLM Soldier after an Operation Career Boost: Retail workshop

Act now and you’ll be one of the few learning from some of Puget Sound’s top transition experts and Snohomish County Fire Personnel. Register online today.

— By Michael Schindler

Michael Schindler, Navy veteran, and president of Edmonds-based Operation Military Family, is a guest writer for several national publications, author of the book “Operation Military Family” and “The Military Wire” blog. He is also a popular keynote and workshop speaker who reaches thousands of service members and their families every year through workshops and seminars that include “How to Battle-Ready Your Relationship” or “What Your Mother-in-Law Didn’t Tell You.” He received the 2010 Outstanding Patriotic Service Award from the Washington State Department of Veterans Affairs.

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