Our members and customers are professionals who help others achieve their full potential by improving their knowledge, skills, and abilities in the workplace. They go by many titles: talent development managers, trainers, instructional designers, performance consultants, frontline managers, workplace learning professionals, and more. ATD’s members come from more than 120 countries and work in organizations of all sizes and in all industry sectors.
Foundation for Women Warriors is a 100-year-old nonprofit organization dedicated to honoring and empowering the women veteran community.
Designed to enhance the personal and economic wellbeing of women veterans and address the growing needs of the increasing population of military women transitioning to civilian life.
ABOUT THE MEA
Marine Executive Association (MEA) – "Networking Core Values"
Like many other organizations, the Marine Corps is known for taking care of its own. What sets the
Marine Corps apart is the high standards of professionalism, discipline, and core values that frame the Marine's character. Taking care of our own is not just a catchphrase, but also an MEA commitment of:
The Marine Executive Association (MEA), a non-profit 501(c)(19), veterans' organization that has been supporting transitioning Marines (active and reserve) for 40-years. MEA is a national, membership, volunteer, non-profit organization of former, retired, and current active-duty Marines who have agreed to share their job hunting and hiring experiences with fellow Marines of all ranks – embracing our culture of "Once a Marine, Always a Marine" –translation Marine for life!
MEA's mission is to assist Marines seeking transition assistance from active duty or reserve/retired status, leaving the Corps at the end of obligated service, or moving from one civilian career to another.
NOTE: MEA does not place Marines in jobs; however, we do provide resources through our network of "Marines helping Marines" seeking assistance as one transitions toward their future employment.
Transition assistance includes:
The MEA membership provides a weekly E-Mail list of newly posted jobs (for Marines) and resumes (for employers). Sign up for our weekly letter and other updates below.
What Makes NAVNET Resources different from other transition assistance firms?
Our Competitive Edge
For Individual NAVNET Members
For Individual NAVNET Members – We maintain a member database that gives each individual access to other NAVNET members in myriad industries and companies. This access provides networking opportunity to information on the current industry needs and trends. This knowledge is valuable in developing individual marketing strategies as the member transitions from their military careers or from one post military employment to another.
Operation Connect is a FREE military transition program that gives back to those who served our country. Our mission is to connect transitioning service members to business leaders, owners, and influential people in the community.
Veterans are future captains of industry, leaders, and model citizens in our North San Diego community. They will enrich our local economy for years to come and are a community asset deserving of investment.
Key Program Components
What is PMI Membership?
In a word, dedication. PMI membership signifies that you’re serious about your project management career and your professional development. It highlights this dedication to employers, colleagues and stakeholders, giving you an edge in the job market. It also provides you with access to valuable knowledge, networks and resources.
The San Diego Military Advisory Council (SDMAC) was founded in 2004 as a 501(c)(6) non-profit organization with a mission to support and promote the mutual business and other interests of the military, their quality of life, and the defense community in the San Diego area. SDMAC advocates on behalf of our military, those who serve or have served, and their families in the greater San Diego region.
Since 2004, SDMAC has filled a vital role in advancing the partnership and communication between the military, elected and appointed officials, and the business community, while simultaneously working to enhance recognition of the military's many economic and social contributions to the San Diego area.
Our signature events are the SDMAC monthly breakfasts, which take place on the third Wednesday of every month and feature prominent speakers from the Department of Defense, Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard. These events provide both the opportunity to hear firsthand knowledge from military leadership and to network with more than 300 military and civilian business leaders of the San Diego community. SDMAC also hosts an annual Achievement Awards ceremony to honor those who show exemplary service to our military community.
SD SHRM is the local chapter of the national Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). Since 1945, we have provided human resource professionals with the resources they need to excel in their careers. Become a member and discover new opportunities to network with other HR professionals, stay up to date on the latest HR legislation, tap into our dedicated HR career center, and much more.
We invite you to participate in SD SHRM activities, as well as contribute your time and talent to our working committees: Communications, Educational, Legislative Action, Membership, Diversity, Workforce Readiness, Sponsorship, Conferences, Programs and SHRM Foundation.
The Veterans Beer Club was formed in 2016 by three retired Marine Corps veterans who are passionate about helping Veterans transition into civilian life after the military.
The VBC purpose is three-fold: first, assist transitioning service members through networking, discussions of important events, introductions to industries across the region, and ensuring service members are personally introduced to leaders in aforementioned groups. The VBC believes by supporting, vetting, and assisting noteworthy organizations that legitimately help veterans this will also help the entire San Diego community. Second, translate our military service to community service, ensuring we continue our leadership into non-profit, volunteer, and civil service organizations. Lastly, continue our sense of camaraderie, thus safeguarding the bonds established during our military service, and ensuring there is a safety net of resources for veterans. VBC will continue to interface with senior veterans and business leaders in the community, and leverage their passion for assisting fellow veterans. Also, since the Marine Corps was born in a bar in 1775, having the VBC rotate amongst the 100+ breweries in San Diego is only fitting for our group.
Paraphrasing Ben Franklin, "Beer is proof God loves us and wants us to have a happy transition."
We should all pay homage to those wonderful words of wisdom.
The bar is open. Semper Fi!
Our Vision is to serve as the Program and/or Project Incubation Platform. Empower those with great and innovative ideas and supporting them with access to our Network and Resources to create a Win-Win solution.
Those who join have a desire to support the Veteran and Military Community. The NVCC welcomes Veterans and non-Veterans who love our Military Community and want to create a Positive Impact. We Support and Partner with Individuals and Organizations to:
2) Develop &
3) Implement Programs or Projects that support Veterans and Military Families
What We Believe
What We Do
Establishing Partnerships of Collaboration Connecting Veterans & Military Families to the Communities we live in.
Our passion is to help the military community…
I started Vets2Industry to provide a free resource library for the military community – active, guard, reserve, veteran, military-spouse, dependent children, Blue-Star & Gold-Star Families, and caregivers – so they know which organizations provide free services and benefits.
V2I also serves to break the circle of ignorance by listing companies that have opportunities for veterans, those that have specific military hiring programs, those that are on the 100 Military Friendly companies list, and those that selflessly provide Fortune 500 mentors for a year to transitioning service members through their partnership with American Corporate Partners.
The goal is to educate all 220,000 to 240,000 transitioning service members each year and their dependents on free resources to ease their transition and life needs, and more importantly, provide hope.
Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) began in 2003 as a small, grassroots effort providing simple care and comfort items to the hospital bedsides of the first wounded service members returning home from the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. As their post-service needs evolved, so have our programs and services. Today, through our direct programs in mental health, career counseling, and long-term rehabilitative care, along with our advocacy efforts, we improve the lives of millions of warriors and their families.
This effort requires the passion and commitment of friends, supporters, and like-minded organizations that enable us to fulfill our mission. With their collaboration and support, we strive to ensure that when those who serve come home, they’re afforded every opportunity to be as successful as a civilian as they were in the military.