Veterans Learn Skills By Hitting The Ground Running

By: Elayseah Woodard-Hinton

Here I am back in 2008 as a new recruit.

Here I am back in 2008 as a new recruit. I am preparing for my first work day with my unit.

Upon completing my Basic Combat Training in 2007, the physical indoctrination to my becoming a Soldier in the U.S. Army, I had moved on to exercising my mind through my Advanced Individual Training at the Defense Information School in Fort Meade, Md. Continue reading

INDUSTRY SPOTLIGHT- Corrugated Manufacturing and Packing

By: Elayseah Woodard-Hinton

While working at a staffing agency, I was once assigned the task of recruiting for a position within the corrugated manufacturing and packaging industry. Since I’d never heard the word “corrugated” before this assignment, my first task was to find out what it meant. What I found is corrugated simply means to draw or bend into folds.

In the corrugated industry, this bending and folding has to do with the manufacturing of boxes for packaging, delivering, and displaying products.

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