U.S. companies ramp up hiring efforts for veterans, spouses

Hiring Our Heroes

  MilitaryOneClick reports U.S. companies plan to hire 435,000 vets and spouses over next five years By Danielle Gamiz Staff Writer Blackstone, one of the world’s leading investment and advisory firms, announced today that it plans to hire 50,000 veterans over the next five years across its portfolio of 80 companies, which include Sea World […]

Our Military Kids and Operation: Military Kids

  Our Military Kids Matter Two amazing organizations that support military children are Our Military Kids and Operation: Military Kids.  We continually get the two confused and we know that we are not alone in this. Our Military Kids was founded in 2004 realizing that National Guard and Reserve children lacked access to support services.  Our […]

USAA Names 2013 Best Value Vehicles


  Third-annual list features enhanced safety requirements; USAA offers free Young Drivers IntelligenceTM service to improve teen driver safety   SAN ANTONIO – USAA unveiled its third-annual Best Value vehicles list naming the top 2013 automobiles that offer affordability, safety and reliability. The 2013 Best Value list includes:   Large Sedan:  Dodge Charger Midsize Sedan:  […]

Here’s why MOC exists (in the founder’s words)

By Jennifer Pilcher, Founder, Military One Click People often ask me why I gave up my career as a speech-language pathologist to start my own company, MilitaryOneClick.com. The answer is simple: I didn’t give it up; it’s still a huge part of what I do as the founder and CEO of MilitaryOneClick.com. I combined my […]


In honor of the month of the military child, our guest blogger, Katherine Sumner from Nourish Schools, shares how to feed our children what their bodies are craving. by Katherine on April 8, 2013 “Our bodies crave what nature provides, all we need to do is stop and listen.” Why is it that in the […]

Moving Signs

Thank you to our guest blogger, Shannon Van Heest, for your fabulous writing! The signs are everywhere.  Signs that we’ve already lived here for a year.  The time change and light into 8:00 pm.  Humidity creeping into the endlessly bright forecast.  The waxing and waning of a spring break crowd.  Red tide washing up onto […]