The Fort Campbell Spouse Employment Center, or SEC, hosted an indoor hiring event Oct. 5 at Cole Park Commons Community Activities Center to give transitioning Soldiers, spouses and veterans the opportunity to meet with potential employers on the installation.
Gaps in employment are common for military spouses who change duty stations frequently and can be frustrating to explain to potential employers.
The Spouse Employment Center is a resource for military spouses seeking help with obtaining a job, a task staff approach in several ways, including through resume building, job fairs and workshops.
Moving to a new installation after a PCS and trying to continue or start a new career can seem like an intimidating and overwhelming task. For military spouses arriving at Fort Campbell however, there are abundant employment opportunities and benefits that are available to them.
Carmen Williams, a human resources specialist for the Civilian Personnel Advisory Center, is a military spouse and knows firsthand how a permanent change of station can affect them, as well as their Families, economically.
A permanent change of station, or PCS, is something most spouses will experience during their time married to a service member. The change may seem daunting to those going through it the first time, but Holly Nusom, Patrice Hamilton and Abrell Jones at Fort Campbell’s Spouse Employment Cente…
On the morning of May 7, the staff of the Spouse Employment Center took time out to offer military spouses some appreciation.
A shaded sidewalk, shared parking lots and dedicated transition and employment counselors bring together the Transition Assistance Program, Spouse Employment Center and Career Skills Program into a newly consolidated complex, the Transition and Employment Services Campus.
Brent McKenzie hopes to land a federal job so when his wife is assigned to another duty station he has more career options.
Marielyn Vitoriano went to the Open Air Job Fair, Oct. 21, hosted by Fort Campbell’s Spouse Employment Center, or SEC, hoping to find job leads.
The Fort Campbell Spouse Employment Center, or SEC, will host an “Open Air Job Fair” 10 a.m.-2p.m. Oct. 21 in the parking lot between the SEC and Soldier for Life Center.
There are new signs at the entrance, new faces at the welcome desk and new opportunities waiting at the Fort Campbell Spouse Employment Center scheduled to reopen July 20.
Abrell Jones, an Army spouse and veteran, has landed a slew of federal jobs over the years and now she helps others do the same at Fort Campbell’s Spouse Employment Center, 5668 Wickham Ave.
The Spouse Employment Center, 5668 Wickham Ave., features a brand-new welcome area where client-spouses will be greeted by employment services counselors who will help guide them to the job services they need, said Duane Soumis, Spouse Employment Center manager.
Second Lady of the United States, Karen Pence, visited Fort Campbell Feb. 28 to connect with military spouses and share new initiatives to help create employment opportunities and solutions for military spouses.
Chanel Diaz-Woodall was in her mid-20s when injuries forced her to trade her Army boots for dress shoes, but she still remembers how nervous she was about her first interview and the confidence boost she felt after getting a makeover and new clothes.
Groups that help transitioning Soldiers and spouses find their path in the civilian workforce will gather for the large-scale career fair aimed specifically at women.
Being the spouse of a Soldier has its unique challenges. The frequent moves can wreak havoc on a career. Because spouses are an integral part of the Army Family, the Fort Campbell garrison is laser-focused on helping them succeed in whatever career they choose.
The Fort Campbell Career Center and Campus is a one-stop resource hub that offers assistance to spouses in finding employment and educational opportunities.
The Fort Campbell Career Center and Campus is looking to empower the women of Fort Campbell in the upcoming year, brainstorming events and programs specifically geared toward giving female Soldiers who are preparing to transition from military service, and female spouses a leg up as they exp…
Spouses of active-duty Soldiers who are hoping to complete their first degree – certificate, associate or bachelors – by August 2020 may be eligible for help to pay tuition and other costs, including child care.