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Posted December 26, 2013 by

Ted Daywalt’s Presentation at #truCollegeRecruiter NYC: Military & College Recruiting

The #truCollegeRecruiter NYC conference was hosted on Monday, December 9, 2013 at the Times Square, New York headquarters of EY (formerly Ernst & Young) and organized by niche job board and #tru recruiting event planners.

The conference brought together about 100 hiring managers, recruiters, and other human resource professionals who wanted to share best practices and learn from each other about how to more efficiently and effectively hire and manage college and university students and recent graduates. (more…)

Posted December 04, 2012 by

Top 5 Unique Military Careers You Didn’t Know About

CollegeRecruiter.comAre you looking for a career in the military?  Check out some unique opportunities in the following post.

Doctors, lawyers, infantry, and cooks: when it comes to careers, the military has it all. Most of these jobs you’ve probably heard of, but we took the time to find some very unique ones. These careers might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of the military, but our years of experience offering loans has taught us that every soldier plays a critical and important role through their service.

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Top 5 Unique Military Careers You Didn’t Know About

Posted August 28, 2006 by

How Does the Army Work?

Any Way You Serve: You’re A Soldier.

As a Soldier in the U.S. Army, you have several options when you decide to join. No matter which options you choose, you’re showing your commitment to your country and yourself, and you’ll be an important part of the world’s most powerful Army.


Posted August 19, 2006 by

Life on Post – Part 2, What’s It Like Being A Soldier?

Most Soldiers are pleasantly surprised by the facilities an Army Post offers. You’ll find fitness centers, movie theatres, even tax-free shopping at the Post Exchange (PX) and Commissary—where you can buy almost anything from DVD players to groceries to clothing. With all this within reach, an Army Post isn’t just a place to live—it’s a community.