How We Help
First Impressions Workshop
First Impressions Workshop is a specialized, three-hour workshop only addressing mock interviews, healthy living techniques, and professional attire opportunities. During the workshop, in-depth mock interviews are provided for clients who are seeking additional assistance with perfecting their interviewing skills. Additionally, no-cost pre-interview haircuts and beard trimmings are provided to all attendees through community partnerships. These services instill personal confidence and provide a well-groomed professional appearance for attendees. Through partnerships with organizations such as Men’s Wearhouse, we are able to provide professional interview attire to those attendees who do not have the financial means to purchase interview attire.
Our mission is simple:
To pair the right veteran with the right employer in the right position.
We regularly hold workshops within Indiana, Wisconsin,
Ohio and Illinois.
For a three hour in person interviewing skills session followed by FREE Professional Attire Opportunities!
Interviewing Techniques Discussed:
- Company Research/Interview Prep
- Verbal & Non-Verbal Communication
- Competency & Behavioral Questions
- Interview Attire
Whom We Serve
We provide employment training and transition assistance services to veterans, service members, and military families at no cost to the participants.
- Veterans who received anything other than a dishonorable discharge
- Active Duty, National Guard, and Reserve service members
- Military family members
We currently have First Impressions Workshop courses scheduled throughout the state of Indiana and in the Chicagoland area. If you are a transitioning service member, veteran, military spouse, or caregiver interested in attending one of these seminars, then Operation: Job Ready Veterans™ is here for you!
Complete the contact form below, and a member of our staff will connect with you to discuss your employment future.
Thank you for your service! We look forward to meeting you.
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