Sprint to Host Military Veteran Transition Workshop in Atlanta May 15
--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Sprint:
Sprint is hosting a transition workshop for exiting military personnel and veterans in Atlanta on May 15. Exiting military personnel and veterans will have the opportunity to talk with hiring teams from Sprint and other companies located in the Atlanta area about career opportunities, to meet with members of the Sprint VETS Employee Resource Group, and to attend workshop sessions. This is not a typical job fair.
|Workshop sessions include information on how to:|
|-- Translate your military experience into career opportunities|
|-- Build and structure your resume, interview and network|
|-- Build your personal brand|
|-- Develop your career path|
Sprint’s Military Transition Workshop
|1-5 p.m. Wednesday, May 15|
|Northcreek Office Building|
|3715 Northside Parkway NW|
|Atlanta, GA 30327|
|Sprint executives will be available to discuss the military transition workshop and the support Sprint offers veterans.|
Military veterans can also learn more about Sprint’s job openings at www.sprint.jobs.
Sprint’s military recruitment program focuses on hiring veterans, members of the Reserve and National Guard, and for transitioning active military and their spouses or other family members. Sprint has been widely recognized for this strong commitment to the military. Sprint is a recipient of the Secretary of Defense Employer Support Freedom Award, the highest recognition given by the U.S. government to employers for their support of employees who serve in the National Guard and Reserve.
Sprint has been recognized for eight years as a “Top 50 Military-Friendly Employer” by G.I. Jobs magazine and has been named by CivilianJobs.com as one of the 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012 Most Valuable Employers for Military. Sprint also was recognized by CareerBliss as the second Happiest Company for U.S. Veterans to work in 2012, one of the Top 10 Most Veteran Friendly Corporate Supplier diversity programs by Vetrepreneur, and recognized for going above and beyond the legal requirements for granting leave for military duty by the National Committee of Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve.
Kristin Wallace, 404-649-8222
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