AMU Intelligence Studies professor Beth Subero writes about her experience transitioning into academia after a 21-career in the military. Her experience as an Air Force Intelligence Officer provided her the ability to continue her own education as well as pursue opportunities to teach others. If you’re someone who may someday want to make the transition from the military to a profession in higher education, Professor Subero offers several tips that might help you in your journey.
By Chris Davis
An AMU criminal justice professor shares how he transitioned from a career in the military to law enforcement and then again to a career as a teacher. Here's what he recommends for other police officers who are considering pursuing a career in academics.
Whether you are retiring from the military, transitioning from the classroom, or simply looking to move into the public service field, identifying and communicating your military service and other skills to potential employers is essential. However, translating your skills can be a daunting task. While you may possess the necessary experience, not properly communicating what you have to offer can be detrimental to your job search. Here are some tips and advice on how to communicate your skills to employers.
Changing careers is not an easy process for anyone. However, it’s something that many professionals—especially those in the military and public safety sectors—will go through at some point in their working life. Read first-hand accounts from public safety professionals about their experience making major career changes and their advice to others who want to transition to a new career.
It’s that time of year, when people pause to reflect on the year gone by and resolve to make changes in the coming year.
Let’s start with some good news from 2013. This year had the lowest level of law enforcement fatalities in SIX decades, according to this article in PoliceOne.