New Hampshire Chapter - Military Officers Association of America



    The New Hampshire Chapter has a new Transition Assistance Liaison Officer.  He is CPT Jim LeFebvre, USAR.  He can be contacted at



    From time to time, in an effort to assist Chapter members, or MOAA members who are contemplating relocating to New Hampshire, we will provide listings of employment opportunities in the state as we receive them.



    FROM MOAA:  Succeed in your transition from the military by connecting with a professional mentor through American Corporate Partners. Whether you are looking to enter the private sector in the coming months, actively job searching, or trying to advance in your current role, a mentor can help you achieve your career goals. More than 10,000 service members and veterans have already completed their year-long mentorship with ACP, and 98% would recommend the program to fellow veterans.

    MOAA has partnered with ACP to connect post-9/11 veterans with senior mentors from more than 65 top-tier companies, including AECOM, Bloomberg, Deloitte, Intel, Johnson & Johnson, Raytheon, USAA and many others. To learn more and start working with a mentor, click here.


    Everything you need to find a job. Start now.

    H2H isn't just another job site. They are a Yellow Ribbon-funded project with a special mission: to THANK YOU for your service by helping you find your perfect career.

    They know that searching for a new job is a big undertaking. H2H was created to make it easy for Reserve Component service members to connect to and find jobs with military-friendly companies who are looking for employees with your training and skills.  Visit their web site at



    The Department of Defense announced the launch of an online Career Decision Toolkit that will allow service members to self assess transition needs and thoroughly explore an array of transition related subjects such as: career exploration, financial planning for transition, job search success, effective resumes and cover letters, interviewing excellence, and negotiating your ideal compensation.

            "The toolkit is customized to a service member's own transition needs and assists them in cataloguing their military skills and experience in a way that helps them effectively communicate their skills to prospective employers," said John R. Campbell, deputy assistant secretary of defense for wounded warrior care and transition policy.

            The online toolkit will deliver 24-hour global access to career transition training to service members who are not geographically able to attend Transition Assistance Program (TAP) classes traditionally offered at military installations.  The toolkit's online launch also marks the second phase of a major redesign of the Defense Department's main career transition website, and a cornerstone of the transformation of TAP into a blended delivery model that takes advantage of online resources, as well as a virtual classroom settings and platforms to enhance the traditional "brick and mortar" TAP experience that most service members receive.

            Originally released in compact disc format last August, the Career Decision Toolkit was developed by the DoD's Office of Wounded Warrior Care and Transition Policy in collaboration with Departments of Veterans Affairs and Labor to assist separating, demobilizing, retiring and wounded service members, and their families, to effectively navigate their course to civilian employment and educational opportunities.

            For more information on the online Career Decision Toolkit, visit or contact Office of Wounded Warrior Care and Transition Policy at 703-428-7649 or



    The U.S. Office of Personnel Management has launched the first of its kind Government-wide Veterans Employment Website. This website is a component of the Federal Government's strategy for the recruitment and employment of Veterans.  In partnership with the Departments of Defense, Labor, Veterans Affairs, Homeland Security, and other Federal agencies, the vision is that this Website will be the preeminent source for Federal employment information for our Veterans, transitioning service members, their families, Federal HR professionals and hiring managers. The goal is to provide consistent and accurate information and useful training and other resources in a way that will inform both the applicant and the hiring agency.



    Learn more about this important program in the attached article.



    Chapter member  Jim LeFebvre is in the process of updating his series of Transition Assistance Seminars to help our members tackle the sometimes difficult task of transitioning to the civilian workforce.

    His first series on Preparing a Resume was broken down into two articles:  Writing An Effective Resume - Preparation Is The Key and Resume Writing - Not "Rocket Science".

    His second lesson was titled Searching For Employment Requires Time And Organization .

    He also added CAREER SEARCH BIBLIOGRAPHY that contains many useful references.

    He added three samples of different types of resumes and a sample of a Professional Services Agreement:

    NEW  He has just added a new resource - "HOW TO ANSWER THE 64 TOUGHEST INTERVIEW QUESTIONS" - a comprehensive list of interview questions and suggested responses.



    Jim LeFebvre received permission to include the slide show presentation here that he developed for the Army Career and Alumni Program (ACAP) while he was working at the Fort Myer ACAP Center.



    The following sites specialize in retirees and persons over 50.   Included a brief description of the site and the URL.  Please remember that all officers who are members of MOAA are entitled to use The Officer Placement system sponsored by MOAA. Good Luck!

1.  Your Encore helps Fortune 500 firms find retired engineers and scientists to meet a surge requirement or a temporary need.  Website:

2.  Boomer focuses on Baby boomers (born between 1946 and 1964) search for job listings and post resumes on line.  Website:

3. Retired provides older workers with a resource to help them find volunteer opportunities, paid positions, educational assistance and general retirement information.  Website:

4. Senior Job Bank is a site that focuses on age 50 and above job seekers.  The site allows you to search for jobs by category, industry or location.  Additionally users can post resumes and register for a job search agent.  Website:

5. Retirement has over 30,000 jobs nationwide from firms that are specifically searching for candidates over the age of 50.  Website:

6. Seniors 4 Hire is a nationwide online career center and job bank that has current openings with firms that are actively recruiting the 50+ population.  Targeted career resources and articles focused on older workers are also included.  Website:

7. Retirement Jobs Online provides advice about online retirement jobs, and assists retirees evaluate the ways of using the Internet to find a new career.  Website:



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