Defense Contractor Internships Available

July 16, 2022, Featured, Military Transition

Geo Owl is offering defense contractor internships in areas such as technical production including GIS, Geospatial Analysis, Marketing, Business Development, Recruiting, Information Technology and Software Development. Geo Owl is proud to supply the DoD and Intelligence community with the best and brightest internship opportunities across the needs of our business and customers. Geo Owl is

Geo Owl Receives 2020 HIREVets Medallion Award from U.S. Department of Labor

November 10, 2020, Military Transition, Press Release
U.S. Secretary of Labor Eugene Scalia recognized Geo Owl as one of the 675 recipients of the 2020 HIRE Vets Medallion Award during an award ceremony at the U.S. Department of Labor. Geo Owl earned the Gold Award after applying earlier this year. The Honoring Investments in Recruiting and Employing American Military Veterans Act (HIRE

Military to Civilian Resume Guide

October 22, 2020, Military Transition

After spending countless years in the military, training, learning, and serving, you are now taking a step back. This transition may seem like a daunting task, but there are ways for you to utilize your knowledge, training, and experience from the military in your new career. Preparing your resume is one of the first steps

Working in Full Motion Video Analysis

September 29, 2020, Military Transition, Other

For many veterans, post-military careers can be challenging and overwhelming at times when finding a decent job after serving seems impossible. Numerous servicemen and women find themselves un- or under-employed the first few years after their transition. Fortunately, military-trained professionals offer a select set of skills, such as full motion video analysis, that most civilians

The Cover Letter: Tell Your Story

February 10, 2020, Military Transition
Make your cover letter personal. The purpose of the cover letter, besides introducing yourself and your resume, is to catch the interest of the employers so they actually read your resume in the first place. The best way to seize someone's attention is to address them personally. Use the cover letter to engage your reader.Although

The Art of Resume Writing

January 13, 2020, Military Transition
One of the first things you will do when you start looking for a job is revamping your resume. Putting all of your military experience into a civilian resume can be a difficult task, but it’s important to highlight your skills and achievements that you earned during your military career! Let’s walk through the basics

Identifying Transition Related Difficulties

December 11, 2019, Military Transition
According to the Department of Defense, about 1,300 military service members, spouses, and children transition into civilian communities each day. Transitioning out of the military is a big step. It is important know what lies ahead so that you can properly prepare and provide a smooth move for yourself and/or your family. Veterans may find frustration in the

Ways to Make LinkedIn Work for You

November 14, 2019, Military Transition
Before we dive in, it’s worth mentioning that LinkedIn offers one year of Premium completely free for eligible service members and veterans through ID.me. Redeem the offer via the “Sign Up Now” button on veterans.linkedin.com. Make sure you wait to activate this Premium year until you have your LinkedIn profile completed and ready to be

When to Start Your Job Search

September 23, 2019, Military Transition
Make an Exit Strategy You should start creating your exit strategy 12-24 months in advance of your separation.  Sample Schedule: 12-24 months: Draft a plan and list initial goals for retirement and after retirement. Consider the following: Where do you want to live? What industry do you want to work in?  What is your dream