Captains Career Course, OBC schooling, Warrior Leader Course, Advanced Leader Course, Senior Leader Course, Sergeants Major Course.
I wonder what developed skills from these schools could you use to translate onto a resume for a person either transitioning out of the Active Component or a National Guardsmen / Reservist, looking for a job in the civilian sector.
How could I as an employer use those skills towards whatever I'm doing and what benefits do you have over someone else that is either coming out of college or someone else with relevant skills from another job, but no military experience.
I was recently asking myself could the Maneuver Career Course help an Infantry Officer get into a position as a project manager ?
I just want some feedback to help me on this.
I feel that being a staff officer can directly relate to Program or Project Management while being a commander can be more so in a Personnel Management role (as well?). I feel that it can also be considered that those you work with such as LTCs and COLs can be the equivalent of Regional Managers or Directors in the civilian environment. I also feel that GENs can be directly related to C-Level personnel which can be a huge selling point on a resume.
I suffer from this same issue as people do not seem to understand the complexities of military schooling and leadership and I keep finding myself interviewing for nothing better than an entry level position with lackluster pay.