Last Chance to Register!
Veteran Career Workshop
Sept. 23, 2015
North Haven, CT
If you are anywhere near North Haven CT, or if you know someone who would benefit from this opportunity, don’t wait to sign up and share!
The MedTech and BioTech Veterans Program (MVPVets), along with our friends at Medtronic, will be conducting a ReCareering event for transitioning military and veterans in CT on Sept. 23.
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Military personnel in transition from the service and honorably discharged veterans are invited to apply for the opportunity to learn more about medical device and healthcare careers, participating in a free one-day seminar that brings veterans together with mentors from the medical technology industry.
During the event, veterans will participate in interactive sessions that include resume review and refinement, job interview training and mock interviews, social media and branding, networking, and more.
Wednesday, Sept. 23rd
8am to 4pm
Medtronic (formerly Covidien)
60 Middletown Avenue
North Haven, CT 06473
@Conference Room 1
This event is sponsored by Medtronic (formerly Covidien)
Fees: Free! There is no cost for participating veterans; however pre-registration is required.
Registration: Transitioning military and veterans interested in participating must REGISTER HERE.
Note that, if you are invited to participate in this special event, you may receive follow-up instructions by email.
Questions: For more information, visit http://www.mvpvets.org or email Info@MVPVets.org.
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More about MVPVets ReCareering Events:
You served our country and are looking for something more than selling skateboards or cigarrettes. If giving to your community in a meaningful manner is a big part of your thinking, but at the same time, to do so in a career that pays well and provides a great work culture, then this workshop is for you!
Did you know that the global medical device, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, and life sciences’ industry has been generating total revenues in excess of $1 trillion since 2011? Simply put, Life Sciences – and medical device in particular – is one of the fastest growing business sectors in the world. The need for top talent is at the forefront of every company’s growth strategy.
This full-day interactive workshop creates a story of how working in a medical device company can be a great career opportunity, as well as help you brush-up on those skills needed to make a successful transition from military service into the civilian workplace.
Key topics are addressed such as:
Introduction to Medical Devices and an Overview of the BioTech Industry
Hear from Management – What medical devices they make and the types of jobs that go into making them.
The Top Skills Employers Seek
Learn how, as a veteran, you bring these PLUS so much more to a work setting
Update Your Personal Brand & Marketing Plan
Revamp Your Resume
If You Want to Get Recruited, Use LinkedIn
Top Tips and Techniques for Interviewing to Land the Job
Thanks again for all your support and don’t hesitate to contact us anytime with questions or feedback. If you know someone who may be interested in participating in MVPVets (as a transitioning veteran, career mentor, or corporate sponsor / hiring partner), please send them to www.MVPvets.org or have them contact our support team at Info@MVPvets.org.
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MedTech & BioTech Veterans Program – MVPvets
3246 Grey Hawk Court
Carlsbad, CA 92010
Email – JMercer@MVPvets.org
Phone – 760.444.9465
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