Master Class: Spouse

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Master Class: Spouse

Date: October 28, 2021

Time: 1pm PDT / 4pm EDT

Location: Zoom

At no time during a military wedding did you promise to love, honor, and job hunt every year. Combining a military marriage with two sets of career ambitions (and possibly a couple of kids) is not for the fainthearted.

Luckily, you have us on your side. At the Veteran Talent Pool we see both you and your service member as talented workers with plenty to offer employers. With our selected strategies and unique point of view, we are collecting all the best ideas, programs and strategies to get you both to happily ever after.

Master Class Description

Spouse employment is not a spouse problem. It is a problem faced by military couples around the world. In this 60-minute Master Class for spouses and service members, Career Coach Jacey Eckhart maps out spouse employment so you and your service member can adopt all the best practices. 

Master Class Objectives

1) Avoid spouse hazards like one-earner fog, gravity problems and unicorn crossings

2) How to define success for yourself

3) The two worst assignments for spouse employment

4) Do you need a different college degree?

5) How to look like an insider to a local hiring manager

Meet Career Coach Jacey Eckhart

Jacey Eckhart MA CPCC is Military.com's Transition Master Coach. She is a Certified Professional Career Coach and military sociologist who has been designing workshops and training active duty, National Guardsmen, Reservists and military spouses for decades.  She is the founder of SeniorMilitaryTranstion.com and has helped hundreds of veterans get jobs by identifying the skills, secrets and strategies veterans and spouses need most.  Jacey is also an Air Force brat, a Navy wife, and an Army mom. Check back regularly to get Jacey's latest career advice below.

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