CareerCurve Helps Returning Veteran With Job Search, Free Trial Veteran Career Transition Program

CareerCurve, a GSA certified career transition provider, is launching a free coaching program for veterans. The first 50 qualified veterans to apply receive two hours of one-on-one coaching, a professionally developed resume and a six-month subscription to an on-line Job Search Resource Center.

Cleveland Ohio, CareerCurve LLC, a GSA certified provider of career transition services, is now offering a veteran career transition program. This program will help in preparing and building a job search strategy that maximizes returning veterans’ skills, experience, and interest. “A return to civilian life presents both new opportunities as well as life challenges. Without proper support, this can be a scary event,” states Kim Davis, managing partner with CareerCurve.

With the support of the DEA (Direct Employers Association), Universe.Jobs and [JSTN] (Job Search Television Network, Inc., CareerCurve is offering a special two (2) hour personal, one-to-one coaching and resume development program to the first 50 qualified veteran applicants who hold a pay grade E7 or higher. This also includes both non-commissioned and commissioned officers who are returning from active duty.

Registration begins on April 17th. Visit: CareerCurve to find out more details.

Along with the two (2) hours of personal coaching from a career coach with military experience, the offer includes a completed professional resume and a six-month subscription to CareerCurve’s on-line Job Search Resource Center. CareerCurve’s candidates report that coaching support was a highly valued resource. Visit to find out more about this special offer, the application for the program, and the features of the online Job Search Resource Center.

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CareerCurve offers innovative workforce solutions that support the changing needs of business. Using an updated business model, CareerCurve delivers affordable services that are relevant and responsive. To learn more, visit or follow CareerCurve on its website blog or on Twitter (@CareerCurve).