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This is the official participant guide used during the Department of Labor (DOL) Employment Workshop for transitioning service members. As part of the Transition Assistance Program (TAP), DOL conducts these workshops on military installations worldwide. The DOL Employment Workshop is a 3-day instructor-led class that covers the foundational mechanics of career transition a This is the official participant guide used during the Department of Labor (DOL) Employment Workshop for transitioning service members. As part of the Transition Assistance Program (TAP), DOL conducts these workshops on military installations worldwide. The DOL Employment Workshop is a 3-day instructor-led class that covers the foundational mechanics of career transition and finding a good job. The workshop focuses on four core competences: 1. Developing and executing a job search plan; 2. Planning for success in a civilian work environment; 3. Creating resumes, cover letters, and other self-marketing materials; and 4. Engaging in successful interviews and networking conversations. This participant guide may be used during the workshop and later as a ready reference during your career transition. It contains a wealth of career transition information, available resources, and useful examples. In order to view some of the example resumes used in this guide you may need to view the document in the landscape layout.


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This is the official participant guide used during the Department of Labor (DOL) Employment Workshop for transitioning service members. As part of the Transition Assistance Program (TAP), DOL conducts these workshops on military installations worldwide. The DOL Employment Workshop is a 3-day instructor-led class that covers the foundational mechanics of career transition a This is the official participant guide used during the Department of Labor (DOL) Employment Workshop for transitioning service members. As part of the Transition Assistance Program (TAP), DOL conducts these workshops on military installations worldwide. The DOL Employment Workshop is a 3-day instructor-led class that covers the foundational mechanics of career transition and finding a good job. The workshop focuses on four core competences: 1. Developing and executing a job search plan; 2. Planning for success in a civilian work environment; 3. Creating resumes, cover letters, and other self-marketing materials; and 4. Engaging in successful interviews and networking conversations. This participant guide may be used during the workshop and later as a ready reference during your career transition. It contains a wealth of career transition information, available resources, and useful examples. In order to view some of the example resumes used in this guide you may need to view the document in the landscape layout.

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