OBTT – Off-Base Transition Training Offer Workshops for Veterans and Spouses to Find Employment
The Scuttlebutt | Season 8 Episode 3
OBTT – Off-Base Transition Training offers free workshops for Vets, Guard, Reservists, and Spouses to find employment
The Off-Base Transition Training (OBTT) pilot program is an opportunity earned through service for veterans, veterans currently serving in the National Guard and Reserve, and their spouses to take control of their career through workshops to help meet their employment goals.
The ten, two-hour workshops are in-person, virtual and built to fit your schedule. These workshops are offered to you at no cost based on your service. You can mix and match workshops to meet your employment goals and attend workshops at your own pace.
The Workshops cover everything from developing your resume to nurturing interview skills and negotiating a salary. There is something for everyone!
Joining The Scuttlebutt to talk about OBTT are veterans Pam Langley and Marlene Ciesielski. Between them they have 55 years of combined service in the armed forces and have committed themselves to serving veterans by helping them find gainful employment.