As we look forward to the 10th anniversary of the V.E.T.S. Program, Sharp Decisions is highlighting some of its first graduates. In this Veteran Spotlight, allow us to introduce Nicholas Lopez,
November 9, 2022 – U.S. Secretary of Labor Martin J. Walsh recognized Sharp Decisions as one of the 835 recipients of the 2022 HIRE Vets Medallion Award during a virtual award ceremony presented by U.S. Department of Labor.
More than 25% of IT workers currently employed in the U.S. do not hold a bachelor’s degree; is a degree necessary to work in tech? Read on to find out more.
Sharp Decisions is committed to finding meaningful employment for veterans as they transition out of the military and into civilian jobs. Here are some Career Counseling Opportunities for Veterans!
On a day as solemn as Memorial Day, I urge us all to pause and reflect upon how we remember those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our country.
It has never been more important to ensure your company’s cybersecurity systems are intact – Cyber Savvy Veterans are just waiting to be deployed to help your company.
Each year on the Friday before Mother’s Day the United States celebrates Military Spouse Appreciation Day. The military spouse is often overlooked for the role they play in our United States Military. The support they provide for their loved ones defending our country is selfless and noble as it can be difficult to be separated… Continue reading Celebrating Military Spouse Appreciation Day – May 6, 2022
Sharp Decisions is proud to be honored as a 2022 VETS Indexes Recognized Employer. The VETS Indexes Employer Awards are reserved only for employers whose veteran-related efforts stand out from the pack. This award highlights our continued commitment to working with underemployed veterans as well as veterans transitioning into the corporate workplace through our industry-first… Continue reading Sharp Decisions, Inc. Honored as A 2022 VETS Indexes Recognized Employer
While some veterans exit the military with skills that are easily transferable to civilian workplaces, others with more specialized skills can feel left behind. For example, veterans with experience operating aircraft may find it easier to translate their military skills to a civilian job at an airport, while other veterans might not find meaningful, relevant roles fitting their specific skills. If this sounds like you or someone you know, you’re in luck.… Continue reading The V.E.T.S. Program Will Find the Right Place for You
The V.E.T.S. Program series highlights some of our graduates that have made it through the program and have been deployed into the workplace.. Let’s meet Kenneth Shaw, who served in the National Guard between 1987-1991. Like many Americans after the initial lockdown stemming from the covid-19 pandemic, Kenneth Shaw found himself out of work and… Continue reading V.E.T.S. Graduate Spotlight: Kenneth Shaw