Military education jobs can include teachers, professors, advisors, and professional trainers.
There are 4 military careers in this industryExplore stories from service members who have Education & Training careers
Education administrators manage personnel development programs and determine training requirements, including program design and execution. They direct the development of learning objectives and lesson plans and oversee all aspects of instructional programs from designing course content to training implementation.
Interpreters and translators are responsible for training military personnel in foreign language familiarization and foreign cultural awareness. They perform written translations and they identify, translate, and summarize communications. They utilize foreign language skills, including knowledge of grammar and vocabulary, to collect and analyze intelligence information.
Language officers participate in and provide supervision in various language translation and interpretation activities related to military and intelligence operations. As part of their translation and interpretation duties, they use appropriate phrasing in their interpretation to successfully preserve the meaning and intention of the original language. They perform interviews with non-English speakers, prepare reports, and translate written material.
The work of a professor and instructor is multi-faceted. Professors and instructors are tasked with the design and delivery of instruction in the classroom. They spend their time teaching, conducting research, and supporting their students in a variety of academic and vocational subjects related to their military occupations. Some specialize by functional area.