Jan. 3, 2013
replay of our Dec. 20 show with Carl Peters of Hero 2 Hired and Lt. Col. William Hensel, USAF (Retired) of Employer Support Of The Guard And Reserve.
Nov. 29, 2012
We're talking about getting government contracts as well as the pitfalls in going after them with Gloria Berthold-Larkin of http://www.targetgov.com
Nov. 22, 2012
Our Thanksgiving Day show featured a replay of the Sept. 27, "The Value Of A Veteran" show with Lisa Rosser.
August 16, 2012
Today's show features the third and final installment of one's man's career transition from military to civilian life as Joe Boltersdorf tells us what it was like to work for a large government contractor and what he's doing now. Also, federal contracting in the final quarter with Mark Antower, a leading expert on government contracting shares his thoughts about federal contracting opportunities during a turbulent final budget quarter and a hyper political environment. In addition to hosting a radio program, he is co-founder of Government Market Master, a lecturer and author.
August 9, 2012
Guests are Joseph Boltersdorf, retired Air Force officer talking about the journey from the military to corporate America in Part Two of our series and Rick Martinez who is the Recruiting Manager with Adecco Government (TAD PGS). Rick has over 16 years staffing experience and is currently the manager of the Adecco Government Recruiting Center of Excellence. The Center supports staffing of Clerical, Engineering, IT, Accounting/Finance, and Medical & Science within the cleared space.
August 2, 2012
Guests are Joseph Boltersdorf, retired Air Force officer talking about the journey from the military to corporate America and Reni Cooper Keith, senior consultant at Addecco Government Solutions and president of American Services Network Corporation, a woman-owned engineering consulting firm talking about jobs in the public sector and how to get one.
July 12, 2012
Entrepreneurship: Starting an Energy Business
Founder, Total Home Performance
Segment 1 Entrepreneurship
Getting started from scratch
Segment 2: Sources of Support
Federal, State and local factors and resources impacting growth
Segment 3: Building a Workforce
Where skills and attitude matter more than a degree
Rebuilding a career when the other disappeared
July 5, 2012
Guest: Lisa Rosser
The Value of a Veteran
Key Interview Topics:
HR compliance and tax issues
Designing and managing a veteran recruiting program
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June 21, 2012
Employer Partnership Program
Hiring the Vet/Supporting the Employer
June 21, 2012
Ms. Erin Thede is the Director of the Employer Partnership Office of the Chief Army Reserve. As Director she oversees the Employer Partnership program that connects Reserve and National Guard Service members, their Families and veterans from all branches with career opportunities in the civilian sector. Ms. Thede will discuss how the program is designed to support the employer in sourcing, interviewing and selecting highly skilled veterans.For more information about the Employer Partnership Program, visit www.employerpartnership.org Also joining the program is Penny Koerner, Colonel (Ret), USAF describing her personal journey from active duty to a civilian employee and lessons learned.
June 14, 2012
Michael Thielke of the Eastern Shore Entrepreneurship Center
Entrepreneurship: Sources of Financial and Technical Support Eastern Shore, MD
June 14, 2012
Mike Thielke is Executive Director of the Eastern Shore Entrepreneurship Center in Easton, MD. He is an expert on assisting businesses identify sources of capital from public and private sources, developing clear business plans and strategies and linking entrepreneurs with critical technical and training resources. http://www.ventureahead.org/
June 7, 2012
Chad Stirley and Mike Bruni talking about military hiring.
FROM COMBAT TO CORPORATE
Chad talks about why employers are reluctant to hire veterans, and what the veteran can do to more effectively communicate their skills and their interests.
ABOUT CHAD STORLIE: Chad is the author of two books how to translate and apply military experience to business: (1) Combat Leader to Corporate Leader and (2)Battlefield to Business Success. Chad is a retired US Army Special Forces officer with 20+ years of service in Infantry, Special Forces, and joint headquarters units. He has served in Iraq, Bosnia, Korea, and throughout the United States. He has been awarded the Bronze Star, the Combat Infantryman's Badge, the Meritorious Service Medal, the Special Forces Tab, and the Ranger Tab. Chad is a mid-level marketing executive and has worked in marketing and sales roles for various companies, including General Electric, Comcast, and Manugistics. Chad has been published in the Harvard Business Review blog, Military.com, and the Oxford Leadership Journal. He has been featured in news stories in Inc, Business Week, the New York Post, Federal Computer Weekly, and the Atlanta Journal Constitution. Chad holds a BA from Northwestern University and an MBA from Georgetown University.
May 31, 2012
ADVICE FROM A RECRUITER: WHY YOU DIDN'T GET THE JOB AND TIPS FOR NEW GRADUATES
Mike Bruni, Staffing Manager, SAIC, discusses the reasons people don't get the job offer they feel they should have and offers advice to recent college graduates on managing the job search.Mike has over fourteen years of recruiting experience including recruiting for Adecco as well as for some of the country's largest employers. He has recruited technical and non-technical talent and now manages a staff that sources candidates for entry to experienced positions, manages a variety of hiring programs and conducts thousands of interviews. His experience, observations and advice are critical to those who want to improve the job search and interviewing skills.
Staffing Manager (Capture Staffing, Sourcing & Veteran Outreach)Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Group
May 24, 2012
Dr. Ruth Kelty discusses a broad range of jobs in environmental sciences. Dr. Kelty has her Ph.D. from the University of Maryland in Coral Reef Technology. She currently works for NOAA's National Centers for Coastal Science, Oxford, MD. Dr. Kelty also coordinates an internship program between NOAA and Washington College, funded by Washington College.
May 17, 2012
Attitude: Don't Let It Get in Your Way
Description: A good attitude can move you in the direction of reaching your goals. How do you overcome the risk of being seen as a "bad attitude" person in the job search, the job place and in life?Guest: Karen Okulicz, author of “Try! A Survival Guide to Unemployment”, “Decide!How to make any Decision” and “Attitude! For your best lived life.”. Karen is also a noted speaker on transition issues.
For more information on how to order her books: 9-Karen@guidesforyou.com or call 1888-529-6090 www.OKULICZ.com
May 10, 2012
Managing Through Tough Times: Spirituality and Psychology
Description: Experts discuss how faith and psychology are helping some people manage through stressful economic times.
Guests: Rev. Sara Holben, Chestertown Presbyterian Church, MD
Dr. Ben Kohl, Eastern Shore Psychological Services, MD Sara Holben is an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). She has served as a pastor in two different congregations in Florida as well as serving a congregation in Guguletu, South Africa. She has been the pastor of the Presbyterian Church of Chestertown for the past 11 years. Sara received her Masters of Divinity degree from Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC and also has a master’s degree in public and international affairs from the University of Pittsburgh.
Dr. Ben Kohl is a social work administrator, educator and practitioner whose career has focused on services to children, youth and families. Dr. Ben currently serves as Director of Mid-Shore Programs for Eastern Shore Psychological Services. ESPS has offices in Easton, Salisbury and Princess Ann.
Dr. Kohl is a graduate of Washington College and Hunter University School of Social Work. He completed his doctorate in clinical social work at New York University and is a licensed clinician in Maryland and New York
May 3, 2012
Guest: Mindie Burgoyne, Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development Liaison to business and local governments in Kent, Queen Anne's, Talbot, Caroline and Dorchester Counties. Provides consulting on technical and business resources, marketing and social media marketing practices.
Mindie is also an accomplished musician, writer and trainer. http://writingthevision.com/mindieb.htm
Mindie will be conducting a half day training program on Social Media as a tool for Small Business Marketing, May 22nd in Chestertown, MD
For more information, contact the Office of Economic Development in Kent and Caroline Counties.
April 26, 2012
Title: Job Fairs: Understanding Their Value
Knowing Your Worth When Asked the Question, "What salary are you looking for?"
Preparing before the event and following-up.
Are they worth attending?
Creating the first impression.
For more information: www.adeccogov.com
Guests Rick Martinez and Christina Muhlena from Adecco as they talk with Cynthia Gurne about job fairs.
Rick Martinez is the Recruiting Manger with Adecco Government (TAD PGS). Rick has over 16 years staffing experience and is currently the manager of the Adecco Government Recruiting Center of Excellence. The Center supports staffing of Clerical, Engineering, IT, Accounting/Finance, and Medical & Science within the cleared space.
April 19, 2012
Title: Cleared Jobs
What are the categories of clearances, and who can get them and how? What if you don't have a clearance now, but want one?
Overcoming some potential barriers to getting a clearance.
Job options that can lead to a clearance.
Guest: Tom Brewer,
VP Security and Compliance/FSO Adecco Government/TAD PGS, Inc.
Tom Brewer is a retired U.S. Air Force Master Sergeant and career security and military intelligence professional having completed his military career as Superintendent of Industrial Security at Headquarters, U.S. Special Operations Command. He has over 26 years of experience in planning, directing and supervising operations ranging from criminal investigations to worldwide tactical deployments including Desert Shield/Storm to Operation Enduring Freedom with both U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) and DoD civilian contractors. He has held numerous security management positions and is an expert in the protection of classified materials
April 12, 2012
Economic Development and Workforce Development
Bernadette Van Pelt, Director, Economic Development, Kent County, Loretta Lodge, Director, Kent County Chamber of Commerce and Doris Mason, Director of Upper Shore Regional Council discuss the impact of federal and state policies and regulations on local business and job creation in Kent County, how public and private sector organizations are working together to keep businesses in the community and increase training and jobs.