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NMR’s M2C Program Helps Veterans Transition to the Civilian Workforce

Third Huntsville Workshop Assists Service Personnel with Their Job Search

05192015-M2C-HSV2HUNTSVILLE, Ala., May 20, 2015 – NMR Consulting (NMR), a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), hosted its third successful Military-to-Civilian (M2C) Transition Assistance Program on Tuesday, May 19, 2015. 12 veterans and transitioning service members met at NMR’s Huntsville office to receive one-on-one advice from experts on their résumés, social media profiles, and interviewing skills.

NMR, an information technology and program management company, created the M2C Program two years ago. Workshops are held throughout the year in both the Washington Capital Region and Huntsville, Ala. Since its founding, more than 75 veterans and transitioning service members have participated. “The workshop with all the insights and…tips was truly inspiring, and I did learn a lot. You turned me into a ‘new’ job seeker,” said one of the May 19 participants.

The May 19 event was hosted in partnership with Still Serving Veterans, a well-known Huntsville-based non-profit that empowers veterans and their families to optimally transition into post military lives.

For more information about NMR’s M2C Program, visit

About Still Serving Veterans

A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, Still Serving Veterans works to empower veterans and their families to optimally transition into post-military lives through workforce development, assistance obtaining all the benefits and services they have earned and deserve, and quality referrals to existing local, state, and national services. SSV staff is comprised of veterans and civilians with expensive experience working with veterans and their families. Staff interacts daily with veterans, works with veteran businesses, and coordinates employment opportunities with the 450 SDVOBs in Alabama. SSV staff also attends, and are member of local interagency meetings so that they might address the health and human service needs of Madison County. As a member of the North Alabama Veterans Fraternal Organizations Coalition (NAVFOC), SSV conducts monthly meetings with each agency to communicate the needs of veterans in Madison County and beyond. SSV also partners with OneStop Career Centers, the Department of Veteran Affairs, and the local Vet Center, whose mission is to provide counseling to veterans.