Looking for work? How about a new, lucrative career that offers advancement in a high-tech field?
Great news — you've come to the right place!
There is a training event coming up to help you with your job search skills (and introduce you to employers looking to hire).
Wednesday, Sept. 20
11 a.m. – 2 p.m. (check-in begins at 10:30 a.m.)
Sabine Hall, room SH118
Registration has closed for this event, but limited spaces may be available for drop-ins. Please note that lunch may not be available for those who did not register in advance.
At the workshop you'll train with Todd Bermont — a job search expert, author and radio host with
decades of experience helping veterans land their dream job. Mr. Bermont brings a high level of energy and passion to this lunch-hour bootcamp, all with a focus on helping
you get hired.
Looking for a new home base?
Network with employers at the conclusion of the Veterans Employment Workshop. They are looking for veterans to join their ranks in high-technology fields, including data centers. Many of the employers are locally based — such as
Texas Instruments and
Cyxtera — while others offer job opportunities outside state lines.
The list of employers attending the Veterans Employment Workshop continues to grow, including
Compass Data Centers,
Aligned Data Centers,
Stream Data Centers.
Attire is business casual. Bring printed copies of your résumé to the workshop for hands-on polishing. Please arrive 30 minutes early for event check in (starting at 10:30 a.m.).
Veterans Employment Workshop event flyer (PDF - 515KB)
To meet the demands of employers, everyone needs college — not necessarily a bachelor's degree, but some college — to learn the skill sets that businesses need. And that is where the Dallas Community Colleges step in and step up, leading those efforts for the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Texas ranks No. 2 in veteran population size. And the fastest way industry can support our veterans is by employing them.
In addition to higher education that
actually gets veterans hired, each of the colleges of DCCCD offers a strong sense of family and community for student veterans — a community that many students call "military friendly" thanks to their veterans services, flexible class offerings and specialized campus events.
Visit Our Veterans Services Site