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City to Offer Military Veterans Free Professional Career Counseling

September 06, 2012
Mayor Alvin Brown and the City of Jacksonville, in partnership with  the Jacksonville Military Veterans Coalition (JMVC) Jobs for Vets initiative, will offer career counseling to military veterans and service members planning their transition back to civilian life. This free service will be offered at City Hall on the third Thursday of each month, starting Sept. 20.

Third Thursday of each month, starting Sept. 20, 3 p.m. – 6 p.m.          

City Hall, Mezzanine Floor, 117 W. Duval St. – 32202

Military veterans who are interested in career counseling, resume help, interview preparation, translation of military skills to civilian jobs, and overall assistance in preparing for a successful post-military career.
The Military Affairs, Veteran and Disabled Services Department of the City of Jacksonville and the JMVC are dedicated to helping veterans and their families transition to and excel in civilian life. A key to achieving this success is having the right approach and guidance in finding the best career for each veteran.
The following JMVC employment staffing companies are also offering career counseling services via telephone, at no charge to veterans, Monday through Friday:
Mondays: Stafftime, 904-215-1313
Tuesdays: Incepture, 877-347-7151
Wednesdays: I-Tech Personnel, 904-381-1911
Thursdays: Apex Systems, 866-594-2739
Fridays: Genuent, 904-551-1906