Overcoming barriers to returning to work is vital for achieving your goals, and “Re-Entry into the Workforce for Military Spouses” will give you the tools to do so. Anyone who is re-entering the workforce after an absence is likely to face a lack of confidence, the need to revive old networks and create new ones, and the task of figuring out what you really want to do. For military spouses, though, the combination of moving every two or three years, overseas postings, and in some cases having to function as a single parent when a spouse is deployed, can make the job re-entry process even more challenging. From mentorship to upskilling, presenter Debbie Bradbard, Ph.D., of the Institute for Veterans and Military Families at Syracuse University will discuss vital elements that will give you an edge and the tools to overcome these challenges and prepare you to thrive in the right role for you.
In “Re-Entry into the Workforce for Military Spouses,” narrator Debbie Bradbard provides you with an overview of the tools and resources that will help you transition into the workforce. Throughout this course, we discuss that much of the work you may have been doing as a leader in your community provides you with the skills you need to hop back into the workforce.