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LinkedIn Learning

Transition from Military to Student Life

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Making the most of your military education benefits can catapult you ahead in your post-service career to a broad range of opportunities. Get the skills to gain admission to schools, excel as a new student on campus, and use your education to establish an exciting career. If you are a veteran, take advantage of one year of free access to LinkedIn Learning by visiting LinkedIn's veteran program.
  • Prepare for college and graduate admissions exams.
  • Excel in the classroom with top study skills.
  • Leverage internships to launch a career.


  • Course 1: Florent Groberg on Finding Your Purpose after Active Duty
    • Join Medal of Honor recipient and LinkedIn for Veterans spokesperson Florent Groberg to explore the challenges and opportunities of leaving military service for civilian life.
  • Course 2: Test Prep: ACT
    • Ace the ACT. Explore the five key components of the ACT exam—English, math, reading, science, and essay writing—and get study strategies and test-taking tips to improve your score.
  • Course 3: Test Prep: SAT
    • Get your SAT prep off to a great start with these study and test-taking strategies. Review the test format, learn study strategies, and get sample questions from each section.
  • Course 4: Test Prep: GRE
    • Study effectively for the GRE. This GRE test prep course prepares you for the analytical writing, verbal reasoning, and quantitative reasoning sections of the exam.
  • Course 5: College Prep: Writing a Strong Essay
    • Learn to write college application essays that will impress admissions officers and help improve your chances of getting into a top-choice school.
  • Course 6: Learning Study Skills
    • Get tips for improving your reading speed and memory, creating detailed notes, and preparing for tests.
  • Course 7: Time Management Fundamentals
    • Get time management strategies to stay organized, keep a clear mind, and be more productive—in work and life.
  • Course 8: Learning Speed Reading (2014)
    • Learn how to read faster. Improve your reading speed and comprehension with these proven speed-reading techniques.
  • Course 9: Overcoming Procrastination
    • Learn strategies for overcoming procrastination, managing your time, and getting more done.
  • Course 10: Balancing Work and Life
    • Learn how to have it all and enjoy it all by balancing your life and work.
  • Course 11: Job Hunting for College Grads
    • Position yourself for a post-graduation job that plays to your strengths, interests, and values. Get tips for finding a job, standing out from the crowd, and acing your interview.
  • Course 12: LinkedIn for Veterans
    • LinkedIn seeks to helps veterans take the next step in their careers. Learn how to use LinkedIn to grow your network, learn new skills, and find job opportunities.
  • Course 13: Turning an Internship into a Job
    • Find an internship and turn your experience into a full-time job opportunity with these career development tips.
  • Course 14: Insights from a College Career Coach
    • College career coach Valerie Sutton answers common questions about early career development.
  • Course 15: Translating Your Military Skills to Civilian Workplace
    • Learn how to transition your military experience into a fulfilling civilian career.
  • Course 16: How to Rock an Interview
    • Up your interview game. Learn how to rock an interview and land your dream job, in this course adapted from the podcast How to Be Awesome at Your Job.

Taught by

Florent Groberg, Vince Kotchian, Vince Kotchian, Vince Kotchian, Leigh Ann Chow, Paul Nowak, Dave Crenshaw, Paul Nowak, Brenda Bailey-Hughes, Dave Crenshaw, Elise Gelwicks, Greg Call, Elise Gelwicks, Valerie Sutton, Lida Citroën and Pete Mockaitis | How to Be Awesome at Your Job


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