We know firsthand the difficulties of military transition and the job search that follows. Job seekers who are Service Members or Veterans need to translate their experiences and skills to launch their career.
Our mock interviews prepare them to make a great first impression and get hired into the civilian workforce.
The career transition road for non-military professionals isn’t easy either. Practice interviews are the key to smoothing that career shift for those at risk. Prepare for job interviews with Candorful.
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What Our Clients Are Saying
“Candorful is a game changer. They provide veterans with a three series interview preparation package. They use the repetition method with immediate verbal feedback at the end of each session. They provide written feedback within the hour to help prepare for follow-on interviews. I cannot say enough about my experience with Pat Hubbell and Peter Sukits as well as their whole team. I suggest this for any transitioning veteran. Did I mention that I had a former McKinsey recruiter give me a mock interview? This will be a disruptor in the career space.”
Specialized Program Manager – Soldier for Life Program
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