Why Wasn’t I Selected for the Job? How Low Confidence Affects Your Job Search

Jan Johnston Osburn / Jun 18, 2018

Confidence, or lack of, will have a detrimental impact to your job interview. If you don’t have confidence in yourself, how can a potential employer trust that you will be good at what you do?

Finding a Security Clearance Job in Florida

David Brown / May 31, 2018

So you want to live in paradise… and also work there. Good news! If you have a clearance and a degree, Florida won’t stop delivering.

Is the Voice in Your Head Holding Your Career Back?

Caroline D'Agati / May 29, 2018

“Impostor Syndrome” can damage not only your relationships, but your career and the health of your whole organization. Here’s how to fight it.

5 Skills Every Professional Needs to Master

Jan Johnston Osburn / May 29, 2018

Your career is not something that happens overnight. It is a cumulative process. It will take time to foster, nurture, and cultivate.

How to ‘Describe Your Leadership Experiences’ in a Job Interview

Marcelle Yeager / May 25, 2018

Leadership presents itself in many different forms. Think about your entire personal and work histories to identify your best examples.

Got a Call or Email from a Stranger? Consult Your Public Affairs Office.

John Davis / May 24, 2018

Even a simple request for an email address could be an attempt to elicit classified information. Do you know which requests to refer to your public affairs office?

6 Tips to Spring Clean Your Resume

Melissa Jordan / May 8, 2018

Your resume should be a living, dynamic document that evolves as you do, professionally speaking. Here’s a plan to update your resume so it tracks with your most current professional aspirations.   

The 6 Stages of a Security Clearance Career – Career Tips From High School to Late Career

Todd Keys / May 7, 2018

It’s never too early to begin preparing for a security clearance career. What should you do at each stage of your career journey, from high school through late career?