RecruitMilitary Will Produce Cyber Tech Career Fair at Air Force Association Event on April 1
The military-to-civilian recruitment firm RecruitMilitary will produce a career fair in conjunction with the CyberFutures Conference and Technology Exposition of the Air Force Association (AFA) in the DC Area on April 1.PRLog (Press Release) – Feb 28, 2011 – Cincinnati, OH – The military-to-civilian recruitment firm RecruitMilitary will produce a career fair in conjunction with the CyberFutures Conference and Technology Exposition of the Air Force Association (AFA) on April 1. The conference, exposition, and career fair will take place at Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center, in National Harbor, Maryland. The Center is just across the Potomac River from Alexandria and minutes from downtown Washington. The conference will begin on March 31 and conclude on April 1.
The career fair will feature leading aerospace/defense firms. Many companies will be recruiting for cyber tech openings as well as for many of their other open positions. Representatives of educational institutions will be on hand to discuss their courses in cyber technology and all of their other available course and degree options. The career fair will be free, and open to all men and women – veterans and non-veterans – who are interested in careers in cyber technology and related fields. RecruitMilitary is inviting job seekers with military backgrounds who have registered at its database at www.recruitmilitary.com. The career fair will run from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m.
The conference and technology exposition will attract top IT and cyber leaders from industry, government, and the military. They will share their thoughts and strategies for managing the profound new challenges the cyber domain presents to every organization. Attendees will learn about the risks and vulnerabilities associated with operating in a cyber world full of hackers, bad actors, and technological complexities. The conference will also address how to mitigate those risks and how to structure to defeat vulnerabilities.
The Air Force Association is an independent, nonprofit, civilian education organization promoting public understanding of aerospace power and the pivotal role it plays in the security of the nation. AFA publishes Air Force Magazine, conducts national symposia, and disseminates information through outreach programs. It sponsors professional development seminars and recognizes excellence in the education and aerospace fields through national awards programs. AFA presents scholarships and grants to Air Force active duty, Air National Guard, and Air Force Reserve members and their dependents; and awards educator grants to promote science and math education at the elementary and secondary school level. Additionally, AFA publishes a wide range of materials at www.afa.org. AFA headquarters are in Arlington, Virginia.
About RecruitMilitary: The company connects employers, franchisors, and educational institutions with job seekers who have military backgrounds. All of the firm’s owners, officers, senior account executives, and recruiters are either veterans or former reservists. The founder and president of RecruitMilitary is Drew Myers, formerly a Captain in the United States Marine Corps. Myers founded the company in 1998. RecruitMilitary has produced Veteran Career Fairs and Opportunity Expos since 2006. The company also offers subscriptions to its database of registered job seekers, job postings, retained hiring services, and advertising space in online and print media. RecruitMilitary distributes more than 36,000 copies of each issue of Search & Employ, a bimonthly print magazine, to over 220 military bases throughout the world, National Guard and reserve units, and job seekers who attend RecruitMilitary Opportunity Expos. RecruitMilitary is based in Loveland, Ohio, in Greater Cincinnati.