's Resume Matching Process Reinforces 2014 Military Job Fair Schedule

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Military Job Fairs

Military Job Fairs offers a resume matching benefit that separates our military job fairs from the rest., where America’s military connects with civilian careers, announced their 2014 military job fair schedule today: The company, which also offers other recruiting/staffing services including a job board and employer branding/advertising, invites corporate recruiters and other companies seeking to reach the military audience to meet with current and former military personnel at the following locations:

  • January 27; Cobb Galleria; Atlanta, GA
  • January 28; Ft. Benning; Columbus, GA
  • February 11; Ft. Stewart; Hinesville, GA
  • February 19; Ft. Polk; Leesville, LA
  • March 12; Ft. Bragg; Fayetteville, NC
  • March 26; Ft. Lee; Petersburg, VA
  • March 27; JB Myer-Henderson Hall; Arlington, VA
  • April 2; Ft. Hood; Killeen, TX
  • April 29; Camp Pendleton; Oceanside, CA
  • May 14; Ft. Benning; Columbus, GA
  • June 4; Ft. Campbell; Clarksville, TN
  • June 5; Ft. Knox; Elizabethtown, KY
  • June 25; Ft. Sill; Lawton, OK
  • August 12; Ft. Lee; Petersburg, VA
  • August 13; JB Myer-Henderson Hall; Arlington, VA
  • September 16; Ft. Stewart; Hinesville, GA
  • September 30; Ft. Polk; Leesville, LA
  • October 8; Ft. Benning; Columbus, GA
  • October 21; Camp Pendleton; Oceanside, CA
  • October 28; Ft. Bragg; Fayetteville, NC
  • November 17; Cobb Galleria; Atlanta, GA
  • December 2; Ft. Hood; Killeen, TX
  • December 10; Ft. Campbell; Clarksville, TN
  • December 11; Ft. Knox; Elizabethtown, KY

" offers a resume matching benefit that separates our military job fairs from the rest. Attending companies receive the resumes of all pre-registered job fair candidates who match their job openings and meet their qualifications," said Jake Hutchings, Director of "This allows companies to be prepared for the military service member and veteran candidates they will be seeing that day. If a candidate does not attend the job fair, the company still has their resume and can contact them directly after the job fair."

"Next year will mark another milestone for our military base newspaper, Military Transition News (MTN)," continued Hutchings. "In 2014, we will exceed six million issues distributed via print and email. Since 2006, MTN has been disseminated to military bases worldwide via military transition classes, through Military Transition Offices (TAP and ACAP), military hospitals and USO centers."

About, where America's military connects with civilian careers, offers military job fairs, staffing services, a job board plus employer advertising in our worldwide military base newspaper, Military Transition News. Together with parent company Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI), the largest military-focused recruiting firm in the U.S., delivers the largest military-to-civilian footprint available to companies seeking to recruit and hire from the military talent pool.

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