- Producer03/10/2016Career Paths To Match Your PersonalityOriginally Published hereAre you the type of person who knew what career you wanted? Or did you sail through school and college not having a clue?For some people, the simple idea of just knowing what career path to take can be daunting. How are you...
- Producer10/09/2016We wish to hire veteransMilitary-Civilian is a personalized networking service dedicated to assisting military veterans and their families with their transition back into the civilian workforce. Our strategy is twofold: we offer companies and employers seeking to fill...
- Producer06/09/2016My beBee Bee-Bliography – Tips, Suggestions and Reflections On Beeing All That You Can BeeThis post was originally published about 6 weeks ago. Since then I have been appointed a beBee Brand Ambassador and have added a number of new beBee posts to my collection. I have updated all the links here for anybody who is interested.One of the...
Comments07/09/2016 #13 Jim Murray#7 Can't disagree with that assessment @Phil Friedman. Unfortunately, and we have had this discussion, this is something that requires a great deal of diligence in order to control. According to my 80/20 Differential, this may only occur 20% of the time. I'd like to be more optimistic, but right now all I can be is hopeful.07/09/2016 #10 Michael D. DavisThis conversation just got me to thinking @Jim Murray about marketing and all the fun puns that the subject of bees bring to mind and what can be done with that.
Here's one for you; How about a focused campaign to introduce beBee on other media channels, with the campaign slogan being, "How I got a case of the hives and am loving it!"
Sorry guys, but you just received a little glimpse into how my creatively twisted mind works when it comes to marketing.
Anyone in?07/09/2016 #8 Kevin Pashuk#7 #6 - OK. Perhaps I was a little too hasty with my drivel comment. It really was a more of a post Labour Day rant that I just had to get out. Perhaps I should take a course in self-marketing. Do you guys know of anyone? :) (Back to my satirical self now, thank you)07/09/2016 #7 Phil Friedman#6 @@Jim Murray -- @Kevin Pashuk could not be more wrong about his most recent post. For in effect he cautions cautions against mistaking the cheerleading for the game. One factor that I think you overlook -- or perhaps gloss over intentionally, because it is not something that falls within the range of a "tip" -- is that one of the ways to make other people want to move over to beBee is to make it a place where 1) outstanding content prevails (or at least holds it own), 2) affinity networking is a reality, not a pipe dream, and 3) the range of topics and areas of interest is sufficiently broad to ensure that everyone can find a niche form themselves, both in terms of reading and learning, and in terms of writing and exchanging ideas and opinions. One of the major mistakes made on "that other" platform was to tout the high quality of Influencer content, but in fact deliver mostly insipid drivel (the real variety, not the kind that @Kevin Pashuk attributes to himself). I truly hope that committed beBee bees will make the effort to develop and manage topic-filtered hives, and produce high quality content -- whatever that may be. As to my mind, that is the way beBee will rise to where it wants to bee. Cheers!
- Enterprise Architect Charlottesville VA
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- Software Developer Maryland
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- VETERAN ELECTRONICS TECHNICIANS – ARE YOU INTERESTED IN EARNING UPWARDS OF $20K/MONTH?
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Comments07/09/2016 #1 Lucy JensenVETERAN ELECTRONICS TECHNICIANS 20K MONTH
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- 16/08/2016Seeking K9 Veterinarian – Iraq/Afghanistan Full Time
Tracking Code: 2920-120
Please pass to at all U. S. Army Veterinary Corps staff at Military Forts, Bases and Stations Veterinary Clinics supporting military working dogs and other animals (mules, donkeys, etc.) community. Your local Veterinarian may be a veteran too.
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The Veterinarian is a member of a field veterinarian and veterinarian technician team responsible for the overall canine health of canines supporting the Department of State Explosive Detection Canine teams. Performance locations will be OCONUS in both Iraq and Afghanistan.
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- 16/08/2016Seeking J2EE Application Programmer Maryland
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- 15/08/2016A veteran colleague of mine sheds light on the misdirected contrast between how military units succeed v. businesses.Army Principles in a Business Worldwww.linkedin.com For those of you who aren’t familiar with me, I was once a paratrooper, an airborne infantryman in the 82nd Airborne Division. Also, to be fair and to avoid any perception of stolen valor, I did...
- 11/08/2016What if PTSD has a clinical physical component? Will that change how we treat Veterans?What If PTSD Is More Physical Than Psychological?www.linkedin.com Author Robert F. Worth's 6/10/12016 article in the New York Times Magazine is well worth reading and should be widely...
- 30/07/2016Help Desk Technician II (Computer Operator)
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- 30/07/2016Seeking Java Developer for Fort Detrick MD
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- 29/07/2016At CCA, our Mental Health teams make lasting changes in the lives of offenders, as we set the standards of care in the industry. This is your opportunity to make a satisfying career even more rewarding. CCA is currently seeking Mental Health Coordinators at Red Rock Correctional Center in Eloy, AZ who have a passion for providing the highest quality care in an institutional setting. The Mental Health Coordinator plans professional mental health service programs of a non-medical nature in the facility. Coordinates and directs activities of personnel engaged in providing mental health services to inmates/residents.Mental Health Coordinators Eloy AZ - Military-Civilianwww.military-civilian.com Mental Health Coordinators Eloy AZ Corrections Corporation of America Medical Recruiter at 615-263-314 Arizona Red Rock Correctional...
- 22/07/2016Reddaway Opportunities. Ready to take the wheel?
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- 22/07/2016Former Military Driving Opportunities
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- 20/07/2016Seeking Physical Therapist for Kandahar Afghanistan under contract bidPhysical Therapist Kandahar Afghanistan - Military-Civilianwww.military-civilian.com Physical Therapist Kandahar Afghanistan CHSi under contract bid send resumes to email@example.com Must have a current state...
Comments22/07/2016 #1 Lucy JensenPhysical Therapist – Afghanistan
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- 15/07/2016Military-Civilian career ConnectionsMilitary Civilian Career Connections http://www.military-civilian.com/...
- 12/07/2016Seeking Linguists (multiple languages)
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- 11/07/2016Seeking Correctional Officers for Grants NM
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- 11/07/2016Driver Job Fair Everett WA, $2000.00 Sign on Bonus!!
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- Producer11/07/2016Why Veterans Don't Use All Our BenefitsThere was once a time to be the Lone Sailor, or that Stoic Soldier, standing watch over your post and our country; for Veterans, that wtime has passed. It's OK to grab hold of those hands reaching out to you.It's been 6 years since I was medically...
Comments14/07/2016 #10 Mark Tillman Davis#6 Here's the problem with those broad generalizations. 1) Homeless veteran rates are impossible to calculate because they rely upon unconfirmed self identification. If I had a dollar for every non-homeless person who has told me they were a veteran and then determined they had never been in the military, well I could take a few days off. 2) Veteran suicides and attempts are overwhelmingly unrelated to military service. Moreover, the vast majority of in service suicides, attempts and ideations are by servicemembers who have never deployed. And who exactly is stuck in the middle? With 30 years of service until I retired last year, stuck in the middle usually meant, "I want someone to do this for me". Veterans deserve compassion and support. However, the expectation is that 4, 8 or 30 years of service entitles us to a modicum of respect, not return trips to the trough. Particularly when it starts to wear on the 98% of the population who are paying the bills and have challenges of their own. Today, veterans are set up for success like at no point in our history. We don't have a veteran support problem; we have a cultural problem.14/07/2016 #8 Tony Rossi#7 Thanks, John. I'm very proud of my service, and struggle with the fact I couldn't end it on my own terms. The years I spent in limbo dealing with medical issues exposed me to an oft hidden group of transitioning service members and Vets that didn't feel they had a voice. We know we're responsible for setting our own path, but I do feel Veterans should be entitled to a bit more support than the average Joe. No hand-outs, but we should extend a hand to help our brothers and sisters that are struggling.14/07/2016 #7 John ValledorAfter 35 years of service and multiple combat tours going back to Desert Storm I passed my entire 9/11 GI Bill to my children. Thank you for your service to a proud and grateful nation. Many gripe and bitch about things in America, but few display the kind of responsible citizenship you did--thank you! You represent less than 1 percent of the US population. A fact that is both amazing and sad at the same time.14/07/2016 #6 Tony Rossi#5 Mark- Those were broad generalizations explaining what has happened over the last 2 decades. Changes in the late 2000's have been phenomenal. I too utilized the Post 9/11 GI Bill successfully. The problem is the momentum we've got now still isn't enough to overcome the 15-20 yrs surrounding 9/11. Veteran homeless rates are the highest ever, and we're still losing 20 vets a day to suicide. Talking about all the new programs and efforts is great, but it's those that are stuck in the middle that should be our focus.14/07/2016 #5 Mark Tillman DavisThe Post 9/11 GI Bill is incredible and far and beyond any educational benefit funded by the taxpayer for previous generations of veterans. Vending issues/complaints usually revolve around the veteran not taking the appropriate steps to process their benefits. Throughout earning a B.A. and an MBA on two different GI Bill programs (thank you, taxpayers), I never had a single problem because I did my part. Additionally, the VA is not "plagued with problems". There are some VA hospitals with issues that should be addressed. It is more media hype than substance. The real problem is the entitlement mentality that is becoming pervasive within the services. You can serve 3-4 years and get a four year degree free of charge if you choose wisely. How is that a problem? Before I "lay down my pride", I'm going to show a little gratitude.12/07/2016 #2 Tony Rossi#1 @Randy Keho - I think it's mostly because my generation of Vets is facing an entirely new set of challenges (insufficient GI Bill vending, VA plagued with problems, enemies without nations, not easily recognizable) so the support groups and systems haven't caught up. Thereby, advocacy lags woefully behind. All that said, thank you for your support, Randy!12/07/2016 #1 Randy KehoThank you for furthering awareness of the issue. My vet friends are from the Vietnam-era, and I make it a point to honor those who have died and befriend the rest. I know many. I must admit, though, that it is difficult to recognize contemporary veterans, although Vietnam-era organizations welcome and provide services for all vets. I don't know why this is, other than they probably just want to blend back into society and carry on with their lives. All vets do.
- 30/06/2016Seeking Correctional Officer for Shelby Montana
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- 27/06/2016For all Female and Male Warriors: Dedicating one Buzz a week to Hives: (1) "Veterans: To Honor," and/or (2) "Veterans: To Serve." We don't need a separate holiday to Honor, Serve, or Remember those who have Given their All. I'm breaking all the rules. Again. Inviting all international countries to "break the rules" with us. Rant, rave, tell us stories, dedications, or talk about guns. Pray, relieve your mental writings on us. It's all fair and just. @Randy Keho, @Randy Smith, @Sara Jacobovici, @Ali Anani, @Franci Eugenia Hoffman, @debasish majumder, @Mohammed A. Jawad, @Brian McKenzie, @Lisa Gallagher, @Adriana Bevacqua García, @Dr. Allen Brown, @Ken Boddie, @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian, @Donald Grandy, @Emilia M. Ludovino, @Elizabeth Harris, @Michele Williams, @Pamela L. Williams, @Louise Smith, @Leckey Harrison, @Rod Loader, @Liesbeth Leysen, @Miguel López de la Oliva, and all. All Welcomed. All. 👷 (Photo Courtesy of commons.wikimedia.org and does not constitute an endorsement.)
- 27/06/2016Hiring Event Drivers Dock Workers Clerical WA
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- Producer25/06/2016LZ Peace Memorial: Gone, But Not Forgotten In 1969, a pair of soldiers from my hometown of Rockford, Illinois, met on a hilltop in Plekiu, South Vietnam. They vowed to meet for dinner if and when they ever made it back home. They held true to their vow. In 1982, they created the charter...
Comments02/07/2016 #19 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD@Randy Keho: Thank you so much for being Co-Administrator with me on Hive ~ "Veterans: To Honor." Every time you talk, I listen. Just love who you are and how you are helping others, especially our Veterans. You confirm that this position was made for you, and had your name written all over it. I look forward to all that is ahead, and do have great hopes that you are making a great difference! @Dr. Allen Brown, @Gerald Hecht, @Brian McKenzie, @Neal Rauhauser, @Anees Zaidi, @Franci Eugenia Hoffman, @Ali Anani, @Dale Masters.29/06/2016 #18 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#17 @Leckey Harrison: Really looking forward to understanding the concepts, especially of mind:body and how the mind can be separated from the bodily responses, that can be diminished in intensity over time. God Bless the Vets you work with day in and day out....and for those you have helped so much! Let's' keep that ball rolling, and get more Vets to know what you have! So many have exhausted all other options and are still hurting. I know that you and I are all about stopping the pain. So much value your time and input. Looking forward to all! This ball is never going to stop rollin'! 🎳 !28/06/2016 #16 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#6 @Leckey Harrison: Amazing and awesome that you dedicated your life to helping others with PTSD and mental health issues that have carried stigma for too long. Please write us a short story....so we can pass it along as a Buzzzzz on its own! It's too important. It's just too important, and we need to know what you have done, in your own novel way. From your own experience. Please spoon-feed us...28/06/2016 #15 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#4 Oh, do I ever have goosebumps again! That is worthy of sharing with all! Such love, dedication, tolerance, patience, perseverance....we just don't have enough of that today, do we @Randy Keho, @Randy Smith, @Sara Jacobovici, @Franci Eugenia Hoffman and @Ali Anani.....and that is why I just love this beBee spot so much! Thank you so much for sharing the beautiful memories of a beautiful woman and her Veteran husband. So poignant.28/06/2016 #13 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#8 It was an awakening of USA University students protesting, especially beginning with UCBerkeley. I was too young, but I've worked with Vets all my professional life, and listened to many a story. I've also watched their tears as they long for acceptance and validation that to us, they are all heroes.28/06/2016 #10 Lisa GallagherVery powerful story @Randy Keho. Excellent photo's that tell a story too. I can't imagine what it had to be like to be a POW, I just can't imagine! My husband has a VET employed with his company; great employee with a good heart & smart as hell. I've heard stories from him and other VETS that break my heart and melt my heart. So much respect. Thanks for sharing this.28/06/2016 #4 Pamela L. WilliamsThe most respect I ever had for a friend was a woman who I met while living in Florida. Her husband was alive when we met but was suffering from the effects of agent orange and was terminal. She lost him within months of our meeting. We grew close out of our love for Christmas decorations. I turned a dining room in the Airmen's dining hall into a Santa's village/winter wonderland. It was her idea to hang 2000 cotton balls from the ceiling. (Yep we did!). We were best buddies from that point on. She began to share her husbands story. She saw him crossing the street one day and turned to her twin sister and said: Look at him! I'm going to marry that man (they had never met before this day). Three weeks later they were married. Another few weeks later he left for Vietnam. He was injured by a mine while serving and the next 20+ years of their marriage was platonic due to the injury. They adopted a baby and until the day he died he was her best friend. When she shared this story with me I was in awe. She was a young woman, could have remarried, had the large family she had always dreamed of but in her words; "It never entered my mind that I wouldn't spend the rest of my life with him". It took five years after his death before she could even consider dating but thankfully she met a man who (once I berated her into telling him about the injury) stood by her and courted her like she was a princess. We lost touch due to other circumstances and I learned last year she had passed. I saw her one time after leaving Florida and had the chance to tell her how much our friendship meant to me and how much I admired her as a woman, wife, and mother. Her beau was still with her when she went to join her first love.