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Candid Career – Peter Stambersky, MBV

Pete Stambersky, MBV Cohort V alum, completed an interview with USC to discuss topics including Military Transition, Job Experience, and Loves & Challenges. When asked about some of the best attributes military members bring to the civilian workforce, he highlighted attention to detail, determination, and leadership. To view the Teaser video for this interview, along

LinkedIn – Kristine Stanley, MBV

“Kristine Stanley retired as Master Sergeant from the U.S. Air Force after serving for 24 years as Personnel Specialist. She is actively involved in the community particularly in providing various services for the veteran community. Prior to completing her Master of Business for Veterans degree at the USC Marshall School of Business, Kristine served as

Career Opportunity with DEA

Interested in a career in Federal Law Enforcement? The Drug Enforcement Administration is looking for veterans to join their organization! Currently the DEA is in need of special agents and are actively seeking out military veterans to apply for these roles. Please go to https://www.dea.gov/special-agent-job-announcements for more information. The DEA is also looking for qualified pilots

Trojan Network – Learning to Lead

Learning to Lead – USC Marshall Freshman Honors Students Learn Leadership Skills from MBV Students – November 14, 2017 “Freshman members of the USC Marshall Global Leadership Program (GLP), a select cohort of the top academic achievers, met with 24 active duty and veteran military personnel who are part of the 90-member Cohort V students

LinkedIn – Guillermo Adame, MBV

“Guillermo Adame, MBV served in the United States Army for more than 21 years as both Enlisted and Officer. He was a Company Commander for a Light Infantry Unit and deployed twice to Iraq. In addition, he conducted multinational training in Ukraine with NATO partners. After his successful career in the military, Guillermo transitioned into