Feb 06

Beyond ETAP: Accelerating Your Career Transition

  • Have you taken an executive  career transition course and found that it left you less than fully prepared to successfully enter the civilian workforce?
  • Would you like to get a better handle on the pros and cons of working for smaller versus larger firms, public service versus the private sector, and negotiating your benefits package?
  • Could you use some extra help developing a successful pitch that separates you from your military and civilian competition as well as a personalized coaching session?

If you are a senior military leader in transition, you answered “yes” to any of those questions, and you live in the Washington, DC metropolitan area, you will want to mark your calendar and register to attend an important workshop that will be held in the next several weeks. The Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) is launching its Military Executives in Transition (MET) advanced career workshop, to be offered separately for senior officers, senior Warrant Officers and Senior NCOs.

The MET program and its follow-on benefits will provide a significant boost to your pursuit of a rewarding civilian career.  The one-day seminar goes well beyond the traditional ETAP focus on resume-writing, interviewing and proper business attire, to address the more complex issues related to successful senior military-to-civilian career transition.

The workshop fee (with discounts for MOAA/Voices members) includes follow-up assistance including online interviewing, resume review, social media training, a financial planning session and five hours of follow-on personalized career transition assistance to help propel you forward in your job search.

Class size is limited. Please see the flyer below for available dates. For more information, please go to (and share with your colleagues) the following link – you will find the information about the Military Executives in Transition program at the bottom of the page: www.moaa.org/career



1 comment

  1. Jared Cunningham

    I just wanted to comment on the fact that this transitioning event should be offered to all military members. Also the TAPS program should mirror the Army’s transitioning program, I hear there program is a little more detailed.

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