MOAA’s 2021 Transition Guide

MOAA’s 2021 Transition Guide

In today’s workplace, technology is essential. But now, tech skills have become more than a résumé bullet — they are part of the day-to-day grind.


The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many of us to rely on virtual communication — and all the advantages and frustrations it brings — more than ever. Board meetings and sales calls have become video teleconferences. Training sessions reach us on our tablets. Laptops and cellphones serve as mobile workstations, allowing us to create and collaborate in our homes and beyond.


Virtual work continues to change how businesses operate, and career success depends upon adapting to the changing nature of the workplace. So, whether you’re looking to forge new professional connections, fine-tune your remote workplace, or decide what to wear for your video interview, MOAA can help you succeed in the digital domain.


How MOAA Can Help

For currently serving active duty, military families, and surviving spouses, MOAA is now more than ever committed to “never stop serving.” While the global COVID-19 pandemic continues to wreak havoc on the economy, MOAA has reinforced its resources in this virtual environment. For those facing transition during these extraordinary times, let MOAA lend a hand.


MOAA’s team of career transition and financial and benefits education specialists has long provided information and resources via in-depth briefings, counseling sessions, and veterans services to MOAA members, the broader military and veteran community, and military installations nationwide, including support of Transition Assistance Programs.


Topics and resources include:


Don’t let your job potential lag in the virtual environment. Take advantage of these MOAA resources, and consider joining a MOAA chapter where you live or work.