“Transferable Skills”. . .
Develop transferable skills to help build your resume through volunteering. Use the 'Volunteer Search' tool on the CNCS website to locate a range of possible volunteer opportunities at community organizations in your local area.
If you're searching for a career that's flexible and secure, consider employment with the federal government. Your military spouse status can give you the competitive advantage that you need to find the perfect opportunity.
Start your search for a portable career today using these resources and tips.
Identify and select virtual volunteer opportunities to expand your job experience and gain exposure to new work environments and networking opportunities.
Improve your math, English and writing skills by mastering the educational materials in the College Placement Skills Training online course.
The Small Business Administration's "Introduction to Accounting" is a thirty-minute online video course providing an overview of business accounting.
The Military Spouse Fellowship’s Accredited Financial Counselor Program trains spouses to become accredited financial counselors. Obtaining your Accredited Financial Counselor certification through the Military Spouse Fellowship Program can provide a portable career that fits the mobility of your life.
Goodwill Community Foundation offers free training on Microsoft Excel to help you create spreadsheets and workbooks, as well as organize, visualize and calculate data. Learning and updating technical skills can help expand your potential employment opportunities.
Make the best career choices by matching your interests and skills with career options that make sense for you and your lifestyle.
Goodwill Community Foundation International provides online training courses at no cost that cover a variety of subjects, including information technology. This training covers Microsoft Office.
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