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Lending a helping hand

Updated: Jun 6, 2020

Army Engineers excel at complex, demanding missions in war and peace. (Photo courtesy of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers)

Our friend Jack O’Neill, executive director of the Army Engineer Association (AEA), reached out to us today with a timely reminder about an important cause.  One of the most important projects that the AEA runs is its Career Center, which supports military and civilian members of the United States Army Corps of Engineers.

AEA’s website defines the members of the Army Corps of Engineers as “among the most qualified people in the Army” and we won’t argue that point.

AEA’s Career Center offers quick and easy job postings and online job activity reports for those with career openings.  For job-seeking professionals, the site offers:

  1. The opportunity to promote resumes to industry professionals in positions to hire;

  2. Free and confidential resume posting, and automated weekly email notification of new job listings; and,

  3. The ability to save jobs for later review.

Perhaps most important, though, is AEA’s effort to link wounded warriors with industry partners to help our combat wounded find jobs.

To Jack and everyone at the AEA, thanks for all you do.  Here’s the link.

Robert K. Dawson President and Founder


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