WHAT OUR TEAM HAS TO SAY
MILITARY TRANSITION PROGRAM
We are proud to support our nation’s service members while they transition into their civilian career after the military. Our military transition guide will provide assistance on how to shift to civilian life, make your resume more attractive to our recruiters for career opportunities, and is packed with resources for you and your loved ones to make your next mission as smooth as possible.
SPOUSE CAREER RESOURCES
VETERANS OF GEOOWL
I was an All Source Intelligence Analyst in the Marine Corps for nine years. Having spent the majority of my career in small units and Special Operations communities, I knew that a smaller organization with the same mentality towards hard work, a sense of comradery and member welfare was what I was looking for. After applying I met with Ryan Craig and Nick Smith (Geo Owl’s CEO), and heard the plans for the future development of the company as well as Geo Owl’s core belief in taking care of employees. After that I was hooked.
I dove into the Geospatial Industry as an Imagery Analyst in the U.S. Army and since transitioning out, I’ve had the opportunity to work for both small and large companies as I’ve grown in my career. I watched Geo Owl grow from a single person to the over 70 people since the company was started in 2013. Despite this growth, it always intrigued me how they continued to treat their people like family. Every person is treated as an integral part of the team that makes a difference every day. They provide the growth opportunities I sought in the large firms, with the company culture I was seeking in a smaller organization.
CHIEF GROWTH OFFICER
The thought of transitioning from an active duty Soldier to a civilian was a bit intimidating. I wanted to find a job that would give me the opportunity for growth as well as give me the sense of camaraderie that I had found while in the Army. After talking about the opportunities that Geo Owl provided, I immediately knew I wanted to be a part of the team. Tommy and Brittany were able to aid me in my transition while I was still in the Army and continued to check in on me as I started my first day of work. I would recommend this company to anyone who is looking to grow as an individual and who wants to be a part of a company that takes care of this country’s veterans.
I served as a Geospatial Analyst in the U.S. Air Force for 8 years before I joined Geo Owl. I always enjoyed the close-knit, family feeling with my unit and I wanted to find that same bond with a company when I made the leap back into the civilian world. My military career offered a lot of growth and development and I wanted to find an organization that offered the same. Within a year and a half of joining Geo Owl, I was presented with an opportunity to be a Team Lead for a Team of outstanding individuals. Geo Owl encourages ALL its members to grow and supports you in every step to reach your goals. The camaraderie gained in the military is rare to find. Geo Owl not only shares that same camaraderie but continues to offer a positive environment for all its members.
I enlisted into the US Navy in 2010 and affiliated with the US Navy Reserve in 2011 as Cryptologic Technician. In 2017, I mobilized in support of Operation Inherent Resolve to Fort Bragg enabling special operations forces locally and OCONUS. During that recall to active duty working CONUS, several of my military superiors placed me into contact with representatives of Geo Owl. Little did I know that the dialogue that was created that day turned out to be an enormous win for my career. Every representative of Geo Owl that I encountered throughout my mobilization, then and now, were incredibly helpful and upheld the highest degree of professionalism in all aspects of the transition process.
BILLET TO BUSINESS
Military Transition: Listen to Cory's Story!
3 Tips for your Military Transition Resume
In this video Nick describes 3 resume tips for veterans transitioning from the military into civilian life. Whether you are transitioning to civilian life from the military from the Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, or Space force, Nick describes three easy things you can do on your resume. 1. Show a progression in your career