DoDLive Bloggers Roundtable: The Virtual Career Roadmap

The Defense Department Spouse Education and Career Opportunities program just launched a new self-service career planning tool on myseco.militaryonesource.mil.

The My Individual Career Plan (MyICP) is a virtual career roadmap. Virtual Career Counselor “Jane” walks spouses through the development of a career plan based on their goals, occupational interests, challenges and growth opportunities. As a result, the plan offers activities for spouses to complete along a specific path for each individual goal.

Ms. Meg O’Grady, Spouse Education and Career Opportunities program manager, joined bloggers on Tuesday, Jan. 28, to demonstrate the MyICP tool and answers questions about the site and the program.

Download the audio (MP3).

Read the transcript.

Joining us on the call were Amy Buschatz, of Military.com; Phyllis Zimbler-Miller, of Mrs. Lieutenant; and Michele Cowell, of My Military Matters.

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  • oodnidezyark@yahoo.com

    I want to Thank You for being so smart . You are my hero and role model .
    I like stuff in this field for research in retirement communities . Retired senior citizens should have the best virtual for future cures like alztymers instead of pills , you know .
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