PORTLAND, Maine – In an effort to connect Veterans with gainful employment, BONNEY Staffing Center will host a statewide open house in recognition of “Military Appreciation Month” on Tuesday May 22, 2012.
Staffing Supervisors from Portsmouth, New Hampshire to Bangor, Maine will be on hand throughout the day conducting open interviews for qualified applicants to discuss their qualifications and employment goals. Staffing Supervisors will also provide a brief resume review to interested Veterans who are struggling with promoting and articulating the transferrable skills they earned in the military. This event is open to both Veterans and civilian job seekers.
BONNEY Staffing Center recognizes the unique obstacles for unemployed Veterans returning from active or reserve duty and is committed to providing Veterans with job training and placement opportunities in an effort facilitate the transition to civilian employment. “BONNEY Staffing Center recognizes the distinct qualities that our Veterans can bring to the table, among them being leadership skills and loyalty and we are committed to helping provide our Veterans with the tools and opportunities they need to be successful outside the military.” Said Nancy Rhoades, President of BONNEY Staffing Center
BONNEY Staffing Center’s temporary and temp to hire opportunities are a fantastic way to enhance your resume during periods of unemployment. Temporary and short term assignments allow you to continue networking and also offers the opportunity to get your foot in the door with many highly acclaimed local businesses while keeping your resume and reference list current.
BONNEY Staffing Center is Maine’s largest privately owned Staffing Company with eight locations including Augusta, Bangor, Biddeford, Lewiston, Portland, Topsham, Windham and Portsmouth, NH. For over 35 years, BONNEY has been providing temporary, temp to hire and direct hire placement services in Administrative and Accounting support, Customer Service, Legal & Medical Office Support, Technical Support and Light Industrial labor and support.
National Military Appreciation Month (NMAM) consists of a group of volunteers with a genuine desire to build public patriotism, awareness and support for our troops and Veterans. May as designated by Congress, marks “National Military Appreciation Month” and provides a period encompassing both the history and recognition of our armed services with an in-depth look at the diversity of its individuals and achievements. It recognizes those on active duty in all branches of the services, the National Guard and Reserves plus retirees, veterans, and all of their families – well over 90 million Americans and more than 230 years of our nation’s history.
For more information on National Military Appreciation Month visit www.nmam.org
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