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Employment History

Lead Recruiter

The Boeing Company

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Military Support | Support Our Troops | Radio talk Show | » WATCH NEW Videos Welcoming Our Troops Home at Atlanta Airport with the USO, Troops and More!! [cached]

Thank you to Mark Lyden with for introducing me to Embry Riddle. We are heading back over with the troops very soon.

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Thanks to Mark Lyden with who introducted Bob to Embry Riddle Aeronautical University.

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Thank you to Mark Lyden with for introducing me to Embry... Read more >

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Embry-Riddle was introduced to Talking With Heroes by Mark Lyden, a university alumnus and lead recruiter at Boeing Co., whose book, Veterans: Do This! Get Hired!, offers proven advice to veterans who are seeking a job.

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"Getting an internship is critical because it is often the deciding factor on who gets the job or who gets the interview, says Mark Lyden, a recruiter for Boeing, a Fortune 50 company, and author of College Students Do This! Get Hired!

"Internships are the easiest ways for companies to try before they buy," he adds. "It's a great strategic business decision because the company can try you out and test your performance and see if you fit in their environment and corporate culture. The cool thing is it gives students the same advantage. It's a win-win," he says.
"You really have to do your due diligence," Lyden warns.
To find out if an internship is legit, first do a deep dive into the company's website. Granted, a website may be nothing more than a façade. That's why it's important to take your cyber sleuthing one step further with searches on Google, LinkedIn, Twitter and Glass Door, where people post their experiences and salaries at various companies across the country. Next, get it straight from the source's mouth-talk to people who've actually worked at the company. "Use your network to ask questions," Lyden says. "You've got a powerful network through the University of Phoenix."
Smart moves
When you apply for internships, make sure you incorporate key phrases listed in the job description into your resume to show you're a great match for the job, Lyden advises.
"An internship is worth it any time you have the opportunity to gain experience in a brand-new field," Lyden says.

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