I recently took my asvab and seen what jobs were available to me and some that i'm wondering about are,
MOS 14H, 14G, 92A, 31E, & 92F.
I Know its alot but am not really sure about any and wondering if anyone has any personal experience information. Thanks.
So I am looking into joining the Military. I went to recruiters of every branch and have narrowed it down to two. The National Guard and Marine Corps.
National Guard- I like how in the Guard, you get to stay in your home Area (except for when you are activated and all that) and that you get to keep your job and go to school (I want to go to trade school). I also like that you get to help in your community. If I joined the guard I would want to join as Infantry, MP, cav scout, tanker, Electrician, Combat engineer, Fire support specialist or some kind of Mechanic.
Marines- If I joined the USMC, I would NOT go reserves (the nearest reserve station is hours away and only has positions for Admin personnel. Full time would be great because I get to get out of my state for a while (Although leaving my family would be kind of tough for 4-6 years would be tough as my family really needs me around here). If I joined the Marine Corps I would like to join Infantry, Armor, Artillery, Logistics/Supply, Helicopter/Aircraft Mechanics, Vehicle Maintenince, Motor T or Utilities.
Im having a tough time deciding. I recently lost weight and I am in fairly good shape so I think I can handle the physical part.
I possess the specific skills and knowledge – most importantly- the dedication and commitment to ensure that any task is completed on time and professionally.
Key accomplishments include:
•Skilled at all Microsoft Office 2007 Applications
•Able to Work Well in a Swiftly Changing Environment
•Positive Attitude and Excellent Attention to Detail.
•Fire fighter Certified ; CPR & AED Certified
•US Army Veteran
Masters of Science in Business Management 2009 to present
Colorado Technical University
oApplied Managerial Decision-Making
oMarketing in the Digital Age
Bachelor of Science in Human services2006 to 2009
Colorado Technical University
oAccounting for Non-Accounting Majors
oManaging Human Resources
Firefighter 1&2 Hazmat Ops & Awareness2009 to 2009
St Clair County Community College
•GPA: 3.65 / 4.00
•Response to Terrorist Bombings Awareness certificate
•FF1 , FF2, and Hazmat ops/awareness
•56 FEMA Certification
06/05 Associate of Applied Science/Human Services 2002 to 2004
Concentrated in Criminal Justice & Human Services
Baker College, Port Huron, MI
•Legal Issues in Corrections, Client Growth and
Development, Security, Abnormal Psychology, General Psychology,
Sociology, Workplace Communication, American Political Systems,
Information Systems Theory, Word Processing, Mathematics for Business.
Jones Monument 03/08 to present
Monument designer, stone cutter Port Huron, Mi
•Through my experience at Jones monument I was in charge of basic hand design of tombstone, as well as unsupervised field work. Field work consisted of using GPS navigation for mapping cemeteries plots, as well as engraving tombstones by hand within them. Attention to detail was a key aspect through this position.
Store Manager 12/05 to 10/07
Wireless Solutions Fort Gratiot, Mi
•This position was minimal supervised by our CIO and required new challenging tasks for me. Supervision of store employees, training, as well as multiple inventory transfers were key requirements. The continual changes made by the wireless carriers, meant keeping on top of the new technology for our customers. Weekly quotas and reports aided with these responsibilities.
Security/Maintenance 01/04 to 03/07
Baker College Port Huron, Mi
•This was an entry level position that I worked as a part time student worker; well attending college. A typical day would consist of cleaning classrooms, bathrooms, and carpets. The company vehicle was used to remove snow in winter, or to pick up supplies off campus. Reviewing security cameras was a daily task that was divided between myself and other staff on the maintenance department. I also tented to the general Maintenance of the company vehicle
Store Manager 2000 to 2002
Wireless Accessories Fort Gratiot, Mi
•Through my experience at Wireless Accessories I learned about the aspects of being a supervisor/Manager of a store. Daily responsibilities included opening/ closing the store, nightly deposits, taking inventory of products, direct ordering from suppliers, and working with customers. Weekly duties consisted of creating a by-weekly work schedule for 15 employees, employee training, interviewing, hiring/terminations, employee payroll recorded keeping.
Human resource specialist 2000 To 2004
•Organizing, maintaining and reviewing personnel records
•Entering and retrieving personnel information using computers
•Processing recommendations for awards and decorations
•Arranging awards ceremonies and preparing, updating and coordinating
requests for evaluations
•Preparing and monitoring Soldier requests for ID cards and tags,
leaves of absence and passes
•Ordering and maintaining office supplies and Maintaining filing
•Professional Communication Certification from Colorado University
•Certification of Achievement from Federal Emergency Management Institute
•56 additional Certifications in various areas of Federal Emergency Management from FEMA