Veteran Transition Boot Camp ­— Spring 2017

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 Veteran Transition Boot Camp
Part I:Finance 101

6-Part Series
Monday, June 26 – Wednesday, July 12, 2017
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

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[FREE | Open to All | Members & Nonmembers]

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Location

CFANY Conference Center 1540 Broadway Suite 1010 (45th Street Entrance) New York, NY 10036

CFA Institute CE®

Part IV: 2.0 Credits
Part V: 2.0 Credits
Part VI: 2.0 Credits
Sponsored by Kaplan Schweser

Part I — Finance 101

Dates: June 26, 27, 28 and 29; 6-8PM | Registration Deadline: June 29
Speaker: Mario E. Carias, CFA
Description: Provide a fundamental understanding of the investment industry.

Part II —Finding the Right Fit and Managing Expectations

Dates: July 5; 6-8PM | Registration Deadline: July 5
Speakers: Lance Widner, CFA, CFP,  Veterans Roundtable Chair
Description: Learn what career options exist within the finance industry and how to decide what path is best to pursue based on skills and career objectives.

Part III — Resume Conversion: Do’s, Don’ts, Pitfalls and Transferable Skills

Date: July 6; 6-8PM | Registration Deadline: July 6
Speaker: Melissa Castello, HR Director
Description: How to convert a resume from military experience to one that catches a recruiter’s eye.

Part IV — Effective Keys to Networking and Business Etiquette

Date July 10; 6-8PM | Registration Deadline: July 10
Speakers: Amanda Veinott, Founder, Miligistix
Description: How to network, who to network with, etiquette on rules of non-military engagement.

Part V — Landing the Interview

Date July 11; 6-8PM | Registration Deadline: July 11
Speakers: Lance Widner, CFA, CFP, Veterans Roundtable Chair
Description: Using online and offline resources to increase interview probability, building your brand online and developing your story.

Part VI — Selling “You” in the Interview and Effective Follow Up

Date July 12; 6-8PM | Registration Deadline: July 12
Speakers: Melissa Castello, HR Director, Oppenheimer;
Description: Interview basics, questions to ask / questions to answer, managing follow-up expectations.

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