Merit Career Skills Candidate
Webinars / Remote /
Merit Fellowship Program /
Merit believes that truth and trust can change the world. Our platform helps organizations create, send and verify licenses, credentials and other people-based statements of truth, known as merits. Members in turn benefit by taking control of their valuable personal information while shaping their future based on the opportunities that they are uniquely qualified for.
Every year, hundreds of thousands of men and women leave the U.S. military service and re-enter civilian life. Unfortunately, many of these skilled individuals struggle to find employment in roles that are commensurate with the level of expertise and competence that they have acquired, and addressing this gap is something that Merit has become extremely passionate about.
With all of this in mind, Merit has proudly launched the Merit Career Skills Program. This eight-part tactical skills focused program will cover key elements of transitioning into a civilian career, including:
- Must have DoD affiliation (spouse or family member)
Upon completion of the classes, fellowship opportunities at Merit and other partner companies will be available for service members and their families to apply for, which have the potential to turn into full-time employment. Beyond that, every service member that goes through the program will walk away with a toolkit of tactical skills that they can leverage throughout their lives to help them get more out of their civilian careers. Class size is limited so sign up now.
Each block of training will be provided via weekly 1-hour webinars for 8 consecutive weeks. The Merit Career Skills Program will only be offered once per quarter.
At Merit, we don’t just accept difference—we celebrate, support, and value it for the innate benefit of our employees, the competitive advantage of our products, and the strength of the communities we are a part of. Merit is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity, or veteran status. We will do our best to accommodate any disabilities or special needs you may have.