Friday, July 6, 2018

Comprehensive Transition Program & Fully Accredited min-MBA for Veterans & Spouses: The Catalyst

Tailspin, best-seller by Steven Brill, analyses the ways in which America is rigged in favor of the privileged by the wealthy. Brill indicates that the director of C4Q , a program in Queens that offers training programs to move displaced workers into software engineering job has said, “Some of the smartest, hardest-working people I’ve ever met were Soldiers… .”

Headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, The Catalyst, is designed for this very group. Captain Daniel Hance, U.S. Army and CEO of the Company, announces an upcoming Catalyst class in Partnership with Antioch University Midwest (AUM) in Yellow Springs, Ohio, from July 9 through August 10. This is the first fully accredited mini-MBA specifically for Military personnel & Spouses.

Launched in 2017, The Catalyst Program is a veteran-led, non-profit organization that helps high-potential military men and women transition to viable civilian employment/entrepreneurship & education.

The program offers credit toward an MBA in addition to the following:
  • Career and personal counseling/branding to assist participants in defining skills, passions, and opportunities in the business world;
  • Coaching on ways participants can benefit corporate America using their military knowledge and skills;
  • Thorough exploration inside of various industries & companies ;
  • Networking skill development;
  • Job shadowing, case work, and real-time projects with employment partners.
The Catalyst, a 501 c3 non-profit, has a skilled, diverse board with backgrounds ranging from psychology to finance to brand management.
Ideal candidates for the program will have the following qualifications:
  • Strong leadership skills;
  • An undergraduate degree or equivalent military experience ( E-5 or higher);
  • At least one deployment preferred;
  • Unique qualifications such as certificates, awards and/or achievements preferred.
For more information, call (937) 414-9165.

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