Recruiters perform all tasks related to the application process. They participate in promotional events, interviews, and consultations related to potential enlistments. They provide applicants with all the necessary information related to enlisting and they prepare enlistment reports. They maintain statistics on recruiting programs and administrative records. They serve as liaison with high schools, colleges, and industry officials, and they participate in community activities, such as state ceremonies and fundraising drives.
Recruiters work in local recruiting offices, on high school campuses and career centers, and in local communities. They may travel often.
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Recruiters in the Military
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All enlisted service members complete basic military training, which includes time spent in a classroom and in the field, and covers tactical and survival skills, physical training, military life and customs, and weapons training. Recruiters in the Military will gain skills through classroom study and on-the-job experience. Job-specific training content may include: Recruiting proceduresInterviewing techniquesPublic speaking Community relations Social networking/marketingEvaluating prospectsRead More