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Transition Overwatch Provides Career Options For Transitioning Service Members

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Ten years ago, Transition Overwatch founder and CEO Sean Ofeldt was in a position that many military people find themselves in when getting ready to leave the military and make the move into civilian life. He didn’t want to continue doing what he did in the military, but he had no mechanism or support system to help him find a path that would match his skills to a career more suited to what he wanted to do.

Seven years later, after much thought and research, he started Transition Overwatch with the idea of finding a different way for service men and women to combine military-trained talent with workforce needs. The company’s goal is to align, equip, and launch 20,000 transitioning service members each year.

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