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rapidfire Mission: Transition


Female Leaders A


genius might thrive as a loner, but most of us need a network. In fact, about 75 percent of of-


ficers in career transition find their first post-military job through the informal job market — jobs that aren’t advertised and are accessible only through a robust profes- sional network. The percentage is higher for senior positions. Accordingly, MOAA’s Transition Center


actively builds relationships with best-of- breed organizations that can help MOAA members grow their networks in this hy- percompetitive employment environment. Mission: Getting to Next (MGTN) is a


career-transition program — offered in the coming months in New York; Washington, D.C.; and Dallas — designed to provide the first step for women in leadership and se- nior executive positions who are seeking a new professional role. With the goal of connecting women across generations and careers, MGTN brings together senior


leaders from the private sector and military service to promote self-exploration through close collaboration in small groups. The resulting exchanges in this three-day pro- gram illuminate interests, skills, personali- ty, and career readiness, all of which enable participants to discover core competencies, understand career possibilities, and grow their professional networks. The MGTN program is the perfect complement to MOAA’s one-day Military Executive Transition seminar, which intro- duces transitioning senior officers to all of the essentials required in a successful self- marketing program, including connections with recruiters and informal networking opportunities with recently transitioned senior officers from a diverse range of in- dustry sectors. For more details, visit www .moaa.org/careerevents or www.mgtn.org. — Capt. Jim Carman, USN (Ret),


vice president, Council and Chapter and Member Support


a wide range of employ- ment opportunities. Those eligible to use


the portal include spous- es of those currently serving in the Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force, and Coast Guard, including reserve compo- nents; surviving spouses of servicemembers who died while on active duty; and spouses of service- members who have tran- sitioned off of active duty from the above services in the past 180 days.


Family


Matters Discover helpful resources for military spouses and children.


This month, the Military Spouse Employment Partnership (MSEP) will add more than 40 new employment partners to the group of more than 325 who have joined since 2011. Each partner posts jobs on the MSEP career portal (https://msep jobs.militaryonesource .mil/msep), where spouses can search for


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