Program Offers Preparation for New LifeFebruary 1, 2018 | :
by Airman Chad Gorecki
“I came into the military when I was 18 years old; this is my first job,” said TAP attendee Chief Master Sgt. Anthony Roane, Air Mobility Command Director of Logistics. “A lot has changed over the past 27 years. TAP helps a person like me catch up with the times of what is on the outside and how things have changed.”
Ricardo Tibbs, AFRC assistant TAP manager, explained that TAP helps service members overcome some of the challenges they will face and gives them the tools to find—and land—a civilian job. TAP offers pre-separation counseling, networking, resume building, and mock interviews.