I uploaded mine. I believe they ask for it right in the bid description.So basically we did not have to right? We did not have to post transcripts?
You could certainly mention that in your application, but the letters "CTI" didn't show up once throughout the entire application process. If you received any relevant ratings (as in a CTO from working live positions) while at school, you can check this off in the Biographical Questionnaire.If we were CTI grads do we list relevant courses in the "List the titles and completion dates of training courses that are relevant to the position you are seeking." or "Enter job-related honors, awards, leadership activities, skills (such as computer software proficiency or typing speed) or any other information requested by a specific job announcement." ?
I still listed contact information for them from what I had last and if they ask about it, then that's when I will tell them that they went out of business. That and the placed I worked went out of business about 3 years ago so it's been a while since I've worked there anyway.Anyone know what to do for the job builder resume if one of your previous employers went out of business? What to do about contact information?
It says that is to claim vet preference. You can still qualify by having ATC experience in the military or if you've worked full time in the military for at least 3 years, or if you have a Bachelor's degree. I know it sucks not getting vet preference, but you are likely still eligible to apply and be competive. I would apply with vet preference anyways to see what happens. But just know, this does not mean you are NOT eligible to apply, just not eligible for vet preference.AHH So I was 100% planning on applying for this bid(currently active USMC) but its saying that you can only apply if you are out in 120 days, i'm going to apply anyways but that worries me.