Aug
13
Thu
Join UOPX for Recruiters Speak! – 8/13 @ 5PM EST @ Virtual Event
Aug 13 @ 5:00 pm
Join UOPX for Recruiters Speak! – 8/13 @ 5PM EST @ Virtual Event |  |  |

Join UOPX for Recruiters Speak! – 8/13 @ 5PM EST

Calling all Job Seekers & Career Transitioners!

Join UOPX for Recruiters Speak! – 8/13 @ 5PM EST

Register Today! https://bit.ly/2DdV1ci

Not getting much success in your job search? Looking to learn the secrets to standing out as a candidate?

Register today and hear from recruiters & hiring managers in an effort to gain knowledge from the employer’s perspective. With this insight, potential candidates can leverage their skills and set themselves apart from the competition.

Talent Experts will:
– Share insights into the evolution of the hiring process.
– Discuss tips & strategies on how to pivot your career through the pandemic.
– Demonstrate how to stand out amidst the major hiring hurdles including: Automated Applicant System & Phone Interviews

Register Today for Recruiters Speak! – 8/13 @ 11AM HST/5PM EST! https://bit.ly/2DdV1ci

Virtual Program: US Civil War “Colored Troops” in Arlington @ Virtual Program
Aug 13 @ 7:00 pm
Virtual Program: US Civil War “Colored Troops” in Arlington @ Virtual Program

Local historians and reenactors, Edward W. Gantt, Ben Hawley, and Michael Schaffner will give a presentation on African American regiments organized in what was then Alexandria County (now Arlington County) during the Civil War. The talk will focus on the 2nd US Colored Infantry and the 23rd US Colored Troops, discussing both the service of the two units and a selection of individual soldiers. The decision to recruit African Americans as soldiers, officer selection, and the pay controversy will also be covered. For access and connection info: register at https://forms.gle/xd7RQCfvTN8hesE99

Aug
25
Tue
Virtual Medical Museum Science Cafe: Preliminary Analysis of Trauma Knowledge, Skills & Attitudes at the Navy Trauma Training Center @ National Museum of Health and Medicine
Aug 25 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Virtual Medical Museum Science Cafe: Preliminary Analysis of Trauma Knowledge, Skills & Attitudes at the Navy Trauma Training Center @ National Museum of Health and Medicine |  |  |

At the Navy’s premier military-civilian trauma training partnership, located at the Navy Trauma Training Center at the Los Angeles County+University of Southern California Medical Center, there is a small cadre of expert Navy clinicians who are embedded as trainers to provide courses for rotating personnel. Join Navy Commander Tony Torres, a nurse researcher, to hear about his ongoing research to evaluate the knowledge, skills, and attitudes of participants to allow for a more quantitative understanding of this training collaboration to drive future trauma training decisions. @MedicalMuseum on Facebook. For more information, email USArmy.Detrick.MEDCOM-USAMRMC.List.Medical-Museum@mail.mil or visit https://www.medicalmuseum.mil/index.cfm?p=media.events.2020.scicafe_aug2020.