Army Launches Summer Campaign to Get Soldiers Hired

Army Launches Summer Campaign to Get Soldiers Hired

Photo By Lt. Col. Janet Herrick | SFL-TAP hosts Hire a Soldier Campaign to encourage industry to hire transitioning... read more The Army’s Soldier for Life – Transition Assistance Program (SFL-TAP) is hosting a Hire a Soldier Campaign from July 10 – August 11 on SFL-TAP’s Facebook and Twitter pages. Several events online are taking place during the course of the campaign, including a Twitter Chat, several Wednesday Facebook Live guest speakers, and a contest for the public to submit their best advice for a transitioning Soldier. The campaign connects Soldiers, industry, and veterans to transition tips in preparation for employment opportunities. Now through August 3, SFL-TAP is accepting submissions for a Facebook contest on transition advice for Soldiers. On August 3, SFL-TAP is hosting a Twitter Chat to bring transitioning Soldiers and industry together to discuss best practices for resume writing and job seeking. The following organizations also plan to participate, including Corporate Gray, First Command, G.I. Jobs, Institute for Veterans and Military Families, Recruit Military, Hiring Our Heroes, Where Opportunity Knox, and dozens of others. The Army is the only branch to have 24/7 services for transitioning Soldiers via phone or online through the Virtual Center, as well as at local brick-and-mortars. For employers looking to connect with transitioning Soldiers or to learn more about local hiring events, contact the nearest SFL-TAP Center. To follow the campaign on social media and to get involved, visit SFL-TAP’s Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

A Twitter employee earning $160,000 in San Francisco says he’s scraping by
Telecommuting: Companies Struggle to Implement Programs, Despite Workforce Preference
One of Facebook’s First Employees Explains Why Email Marketing Is Better Than Social Media Marketing
Hire a Soldier
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Google+
  • Buffer
  • Pinterest
  • LinkedIn
Hire a Soldier

Photo By Lt. Col. Janet Herrick | SFL-TAP hosts Hire a Soldier Campaign to encourage industry to hire transitioning… read more

The Army’s Soldier for Life – Transition Assistance Program (SFL-TAP) is hosting a Hire a Soldier Campaign from July 10 – August 11 on SFL-TAP’s Facebook and Twitter pages. The campaign aims to inform transitioning Soldiers on ways to market themselves for civilian careers and offers companies interested in hiring veterans the opportunity to share advice and network.

Several events online are taking place during the course of the campaign, including a Twitter Chat, several Wednesday Facebook Live guest speakers, and a contest for the public to submit their best advice for a transitioning Soldier.

“SFL-TAP is helping transitioning Soldiers connect with more opportunities in the civilian sector,” retired Colonel Walter Herd, Director of SFL-TAP said.

This is the first time SFL-TAP is hosting an online social media campaign. The campaign connects Soldiers, industry, and veterans to transition tips in preparation for employment opportunities. All are encouraged to tag their posts with the hashtag (#HireaSoldier) and follow it during the course of the campaign for updated information, as well as events.

Now through August 3, SFL-TAP is accepting submissions for a Facebook contest on transition advice for…

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This