Events in SoCal:

Upcoming STARR/Reboot Your Life & Careers Seminars:


Hiring Events:

  • U.S. Department Of Energy:

Events in NorCal: 


Free explorer pass for all members of the military community. The event will be 3 days from July 9th - 11th, from 10:00 am - 5:00 pm, located at the Moscone Center, 747 Howard st, San Francisco, CA, 94103. To register for the passes and to learn more about SEMICON West event agenda please use the links below.



Off-Base Transition Training:

If you're a veteran, a veteran currently serving the National Guard or Reserve, or a spouse of a veteran. The OBTT is a program filled with virtual and in-person workshops to join to focus on what career path you wish to evaluate and what steps to take to get to your desired career. These workshops aim to focus on topics such as job search tactics,  interview skills, federal hiring process, LinkedIn profiles, employment rights, resume essentials and how to create one and much more.

Please use the link below to register for FREE workshops.

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Employment Workshops In Sacramento:

OBTT employment workshops are offering two in person workshops this May to the Veteran community in North Highlands and Rancho Cordova.

Please use this link to register here:





Is the training exclusively for reserve personnel, or does it extend to off-duty personnel? - Training is geared towards Veterans, National Guard/Reserve & military spouses. Also, trainings are open to the public - OBTT will not turn anyone away.

What is the expected duration of the training? - Each interactive workshop is 2 hours, with short breaks in between. Attendees will be provided quality workbooks (no-cost) to fill & take notes and keep for their future reference.

Do you have to attend the entire day - all workshops? - It's your choice depending on your schedule and interest, you can sign up for all workshops or sign up for just a specific workshop.

Is there a fee? - These workshops are no-cost for the attendees. You earned it!


Travis Air Force Base Federal Job Fair: