Trident University International

MEET REGIONAL MANAGER & VETERAN VALENTINE CAMERON

Posted by Daniel Sloan on May 5, 2016 6:38:52 PM

Valentine Cameron, a Regional Manager of Strategic Military and Community Relations for Trident, covers the Northeast region of the United States. He is a veteran of the United States Air Force, retiring after 24 years of service.

His leadership experience is extensive, covering some of the highest levels of the military, including work as a mission planner, planning multiple missions for the White House, Joints Chiefs of Staff, National Security Agency, and NASA. He also has high-level recruitment experience in the Air Force Recruitment Service, recruiting physicians, dentists, pilots, and engineers over the course of two wars.

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Topics: Veterans, Military Education, Military, Veteran Education

WHICH MILITARY SKILLS ARE MOST USEFUL IN THE CORPORATE WORLD?

Posted by Daniel Sloan on Mar 15, 2016 1:15:32 PM

The transition out of the military does not end when a veteran gets his or her first corporate job. Transitioning is a process of getting acclimated to this new culture, building one’s professional network, and learning what it takes to succeed. While the process is rewarding, it does come with its own set of frustrations.

What military skills will help you the most after you transition? Here’s some advice from Trident’s Outreach & Partnerships team:


James Shiver

Director, Strategic University Alliances
Veteran, United States Army
“My military experience helped me to become motivated, goal-oriented, and disciplined, all which has been invaluable in my professional life.”

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Topics: Veterans, Military, Veteran Education, Careers

HOW EDUCATION CAN HELP PREVENT CYBERATTACKS

Posted by Daniel Sloan on Mar 2, 2016 11:00:00 AM

Last month a hospital in Los Angeles was the victim of a serious attack. Rather than the type of attack that most people would expect, the Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center lost access to its email and electronic health records for more than a week due to a cyberattack.

This is a serious crime that occurs often – a hospital in Philadelphia saw a similar attack recently, as well as small police departments in Massachusetts, Tennessee, and New Hampshire. According to the Los Angeles Times, at least 158 medical providers, insurers, and hospitals have reported being hacked since 2010.

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Topics: Information Systems, Faculty, Master's Degrees, Veteran Education, Bachelor's Degrees, Cybersecurity

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