MOAA Transition Liaison AZ - Helping Arizona Veterans Transition to Civilian Careers
The Military Officers Association of America, Arizona Council of Chapters founded MOAA Transition Liaison Arizona in 2008 to help veterans coming or returning to Arizona with their transition to a civilian career and workplace.
Employment Resources Website and Network
Website: The MOAA Transition Liaison AZ website provides information on job listings in Arizona provided by our MOAA Networkers and MOAA Leaders, links to employment search and listing services, resources about preparing oneself for employment, information, links to other employment assistance websites, links to Government agencies (Fed, State, County), and other non-governmental employment assistance websites. USE Navigation Menu at top or right side.
MOAA Transition Liaison Arizona Network: The network comprises four distinct entities:
MOAA Networkers - This group includes business and industry executives along with other professionals who provide notices of job opportunities in their areas for posting to the MOAA Transition Liaison website. Some of these professionals also act as Informational Network Contacts who may assist veterans who are interested in a certain company, career interest area, a specific job market, or geographical location. Networking contacts nationwide can be accessed via the networking page on MOAA’s career center website.
MOAA National HQ - The Military Officers Association of America provides a wealth of information, services, and resources for job seeking. Whether you are making the transition from the military to a civilian career or changing from one career field to another. The MOAA Career Center webpage has links for job seekers, employers, upcoming career events and job fairs, advice articles, a jobs database and much more. Some items are accessible to MOAA Members only.
MOAA Transition Liaison AZ Website - MOAATOPSAZ.org was created to provide a focused web portal to the job listings posted by the Arizona Transition Liaison Networkers and to aggregate other employment services, resources and links in one location.
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