The Enlisted Association of the National Guard of the United States (EANGUS) and University of Phoenix are teaming up to help veterans, active duty servicemembers and their families prepare for life after the military.
Highlights of the Start Strong Veterans Event
- Panel discussions on transitioning to post-military life, with experts from the military, Veterans Affairs, government, corporations and University of Phoenix military alumni.
- Workshops that offer tips, tools and advice on successfully easing into civilian life.
- Networking sessions featuring employers and industry association representatives.
- A Career Coach with experience working with military populations will be present to talk to you about how career coaching can help you with all stages of career development:
Self-Assessment: Values, Interests, Skills and how your military experience fits with occupational choices
Exploration of career & educational choices that match your military experience with your areas of interest
Self-Marketing: translating and leveraging military experience for a successful job search
You will learn how to register for distance Career Coaching services and more about Phoenix Career Services
Refreshments will be served. Complimentary for veterans, active duty servicemembers and their families, University of Phoenix students and alumni — invite your friends!
University of Phoenix is proud to support Holiday Mail for Heroes by the American Red Cross. Stop by and sign a card for our nation's troops this holiday season.
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When & Where
West Florida Campus
We have two University locations in the West Florida area that feature a variety of bachelor's and master's degree programs designed to meet the needs and busy schedules of working adults. Depending upon the program, students can attend class at either of these locations, or they can attend online, anytime and anywhere. Campus-based students go to class once a week, generally in the evening, plus meet weekly with their learning teams. Both campus-based and online students take just one course at a time, with courses lasting five or six weeks. For those seeking an associate's degree, Axia College of University of Phoenix provides the convenience of online learning and a variety of concentrations to choose from. Courses last nine weeks.
West Florida Campus in Temple Terrace
12802 Tampa Oaks Boulevard
Temple Terrace, FL, 33637-1920
Westshore Learning Center in Tampa
4805 W. Independence Parkway
Tampa, FL, 33634-7527