L.I.F.E CYCLE


L.I.F.E CYCLE PROCESS

Learning Integration Facilitation Excellence


Learning 

During this phase, we at VETality Corp personally assess each candidates desires, skills, aspirations in order to place them into their respective vocational environments. Through our customized educational pathways, we mentor these candidates towards achieving certifications, education, and vocational rehabilitation. Resulting in the development of qualified leaders to assist future candidates in their respective LIFE cycle.

Integration 

Throughout the Integration phase, VETality Corp consistently provides a bridge between veterans and the civilian workforce, in order to foster essential tools needed for success. by utilizing customized pathways such as Networking, education, and career counseling specific to candidates needs. we afford them the opportunity to interact with potential employers. Thusly allowing veterans the ability to obtain and maintain stable employment.

Facilitation 

The facilitation phase allows veterans the opportunity to participate in the LIFE cycle through career opportunities, such as job fairs, seminars and workshops. Through donations and grants we are able to provide facilities, learning materials, certified instructors, and career orientations towards security, healthcare, business and trade opportunities.

Excellence 

In the Excellence phase of the cycle, we at VETality Corp enrich the already valuable qualities veterans possess, and couple it with the completion of the L.I.F.E cycle process. Thusly polishing the veterans basic skills, and the utilization of our programs resources, a refined candidate is achieved. Upon successful completion of the LIFE cycle, the creation of a highly qualified candidate suitable for potential civilian employment is accomplished.


The N.E.S.T.

Networking Essentials Skills and Training


Networking:

1. Resume/Cover Letter Workshop

A hands-on workshop where professionals assist to develop the individual resumes  and cover letters of participants. A resume is typically the first or second document that potential employers will view. Therefore, it is vital that the resume appropriately projects the vet’s skills and experience.

2. Social/Professional Networking course

This course emphasizes the importance of networking and professional relationships. Not only will physical networking be emphasized, but today’s electronic networking (i.e. Linkedin, Facebook) will be discussed and optimized. Veterans will be taught the importance of marketing their skills and representing themselves to their utmost potential.

3. Interview coaching

Many candidates have never interviewed for a civilian job. Veterans are typically very structured, yet haven’t had the opportunity to sit for a formal corporate interview. This coaching will be available on an as-needed basis and will provide vets with “mock interview” scenarios and the skills needed to make a great first impression.


Essentials:

1. Marriage, family, relationship improvement courses

Group meetings and classes focused on improving the personal lives and relationships of vets. This holistic program aims to improve all aspects of their life.

2. Criminal history cleanup/Law counseling

Criminal counseling is imperative for vets that have made mistakes which could potentially bar them from employment. Criminal attorneys will collaborate with our vets to expunge records and formulate plans to overcome past mistakes.

3. Mental Health curriculum/counseling

We provide mental health referrals and in house group meetings. Individual counseling is provided by volunteer mental health professionals.


Skills:

1. Credit repair counseling & Personal budgeting/tax guidance

This 10 part course was designed to helps vets improve financial status through proper budgeting, improvement of credit and assistance with taxation.

2. Public Speaking

A class that gives vet the opportunity to enhance their public speaking skills, while interacting with other veterans. This is an essential skill in today’s corporate market and is an extremely valuable tool to develop.

3. Allocating funding for school, training and living assistance as a vet

Informative sessions on obtaining scholarships and writing grants and information regarding how to appropriately use your GI bill. Also, general guidance on obtaining relief from proven programs is provided (i.e. other not for profits providing assistance and government relief programs).


Training:

1. Notary certification course

An excellent certification to add to any resume. This certification also provides the opportunity for vets to obtain a secondary income.

2. Microsoft certifications (i.e. Powerpoint, Excel, Word)

Many of today’s jobs require highly proficient computer skills. Unfortunately, many veterans have been deployed or too busy to maintain these skills because of their duty. Microsoft provides certifications that look great on veteran’s application/resume and make them very valuable to many companies.

3. Entrepreneurship/Business start up program

A “How to” program tailored to the needs of vets that desire to generate their own income with a small business.

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