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Veterans Transitioning

6 Podcast Episodes

Latest 4 Apr 2021 | Updated Daily

Weekly hand curated podcast episodes for learning

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Tips for Veterans Transitioning Out of the Military

Security Clearance Careers Podcast

Each year approximately 200,000 service members transition out of the military. There are so many resources available. It's easy to start tuning them out. One resource army soldiers should not be tuning out, however, is Soldier for Life. The organization has made some major overhauls over the past several years, including a new website and a new podcast that continues to pick up steam and great new guests month after month. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


21 Jan 2020

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EP 2 - Veterans Transitioning to the Civilian Workforce

The Lorne Epstein Show

Leading experts in military job transition, Patricia Cole, Captain, U.S. Navy (Ret), from the Military Officers Association of America, Andrew Morton,  (former military) and Director of Veterans and Certification Affairs at the Society for Human Resource Management, and jobs expert from Military.com, Karin Childress (wife of military spouse). They combine all of their expertise to help Marine Corps Captain Brendan Devine find a job as he transitions out of the Marine’s into the civilian world. Spoiler Alert: He ends up getting a great job from one of the show guests networking him to the right people. Podcast Hosted by Lorne Epstein Audio Engineering by Afotey Odai Check Lorne out on Twitter and LinkedIn for more tips and recommendations on all things HR!!


7 Jan 2020

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The Role Occupational Therapy Plays In Treating Veterans Transitioning To Civilian Life

MY OT Journey

On this episode of My OT Journey Podcast student influencers Andrew Wells, of Utica College in Utica, NY and Olivia Kuehler, of the College of St. Mary in Omaha, NE reach out to Mrs. Jackie Warmuth an OT practitioner who uses eco-therapy in treating veterans who are transitioning to civilian life after serving our great country. Jackie has been working with the military population for 8 years and shares how much they have changed her life. Working with this population, Jackie shares the importance of gaining trust from your client. Jackie's eco-therapy approach to treating Veterans will be a well attended topic at the AOTA conference in Boston. In this episode Olivia Kuehler, OTS and Andrew Wells, OTS interview Jackie Warmuth OTR/L, Director of Rehabilitation @ Sitrin Rehabilitation Center Jackie earned her B.S. from Utica College in 1990. A UC Alumna, Jackie has maintained a strong relationship with the UCOT program and has been extremely successful. Her dedication to the program includes teaching several classes such as facilitating specific units and labs, Case-Informed Discussions, and educating students as a fieldwork educator. Jackie is currently the director or rehab at Sitrin Health Care Center in Utica, NY. I am lucky enough to learn at such a beautiful facility that treats patients with neurodegenerative conditions such as ALS and Huntington's disease. The Neuro Care Center is the first and only of its kind in Upstate New York, providing comprehensive care to individuals with Huntington's Disease and Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), two diseases that have no cure and no treatment to slow their progression. This facility treats any patients needing medical rehabilitation as well as the growing military rehabilitation program that Jackie plays a huge role in. 


26 Dec 2019

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Episode 15 - Tips for Veterans Transitioning into the Workforce

Impact Podcast by Medix

Medix teammate, Mike, shares his experiences as an United States Army veteran, and provides insight into the challenges of transitioning from military service back into the civilian workforce.


15 Nov 2018

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Veterans Transitioning into Trucking

Crete Carrier Corporation

Tim Aschoff and Dave Nemo discuss why trucking is an ideal industry for military veterans to transition into.


6 Nov 2018

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Lefford Fate - Professional Coach Specializing on Working with Military Veterans Transitioning into Civilian Life

Influential Entrepreneurs with Mike Saunders, MBA

Professionally I’ve led, mentored, and served thousands of military members and their families during my 30 years in the United States Air Force.Since retiring from the military, I have been the program director for the a geriatric outpatient mental health program, deputy Director for Health Services, SC Department of Corrections, and now the Director Support Services, City of Sumter.I am a husband, father, and grandfather, so I know it is not always easy to juggle our list of daily responsibilities. This makes it all the more important to have a structured, practical plan in place to avoid becoming overwhelmed. I hold a Master’s Degree in Human Relations and a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Psychology. Modeling the core values of Integrity first, Service before self and Excellence in all I do.I believe there is a "why" for everyone; that each of us was created with the potential to achieve greatness, to make a difference in the world, to add value to others, and as a result, experience a full and rewarding life.For over 30 years, my purpose was to defend our nation, and now that purpose is helping people discover their life’s purpose and grow to their full potential.You have met your Fate; let’s walk into your destiny!Learn More: http://www.leffordfate.comInfluential Influencers with Mike Saundershttp://businessinnovatorsradio.com/influential-entrepreneurs-with-mike-saunders/


30 Sep 2018