Following the Veteran Transition Workshop, please join us for complimentary refreshments after the workshop during the official NextOp Louisiana Launch Party! Attendees from the Veteran Transition Workshop are welcome and highly encouraged to join. Seize your chance to meet other veterans, industry professionals seeking military talent, and connect with organizations assisting with service members’ post-military…

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Military Veterans – are you interested in a career in Oil & Gas, Construction, or Manufacturing? Join us for a networking luncheon where you will connect with employers that are passionate about hiring military veterans to accelerate their companies. This is a FREE event for veterans. You will be matched with employers that are currently hiring for…

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Houston, TX, November 1, 2018– NextOp, Inc. is pleased to announce it has received a generous $10,000 donation from Shell to support multiple programs including the 2018 Shell Petrochemical Industry Day. The overall goal and mission of NextOp is to recruit, train and place high-performing middle-enlisted military leaders into industry careers. This would not be…

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Who are you? John is Executive Director of NextOp, a non-profit organization whose mission is to recruit, train, and place high-performing mid-level enlisted military leaders into industry. John served in the United States Marine Corps from 1999-2007 as an infantry unit leader.  His overseas assignments include Iraq, Kuwait, Syria, Jordan, Djibouti, and Kenya.  In 2009…

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“Join us at Fort Hood in April 2017!” Bringing skilled transitioning Soldiers and Construction Industry professionals together. ABOUT MILCON Military and construction industry experts will come together to highlight upcoming reductions in force, major issues impacting soldier transition into the construction industry, as well as provide direct networking opportunities for soldiers and construction professionals. Organizations…

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John W. Boerstler The War in Afghanistan has claimed many casualties for NATO ISAF forces, the majority coming from the United States and United Kingdom.  However, several smaller NATO member states have made significant troop contributions since the beginning of the mission.  The Kingdom of Denmark is one of these important partners, having contributed over…

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