The transition from military career to civilian life can be a real challenge, and finding a good job is one of the most important factors in a veteran’s success. This month, PAR is pleased to introduce The Veterans and Military Occupations Finder™ (VMOF) , a new product designed specifically to help veterans meet this challenge. Working in conjunction with the Self-Directed Search® (SDS®) , the VMOF allows users to explore career options by linking military occupation titles with civilian jobs. After taking the SDS, users can match their three-letter Holland Summary Code to Occupational Information Network (O*NET) career options and education requirements. The VMOF will help users to better understand how they can apply the skills they developed in the military to civilian occupations. The VMOF includes two indexes. The first lists current Military Occupational Classifications (MOCs), along with corresponding two-letter Summary Codes, from each of the five branches of the military (Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, and Coast Guard). The second lists MOCs from each of the five branches along with corresponding civilian occupations and their two-letter Summary Codes. An online edition of the VMOF, which includes select portions of the print edition, is available at the newly revised SDS Web site ; the full version is available in a print format. The SDS will be featured at the National Career Development Association’s Global Conference in Boston next week! Visit PAR at Booth #12 to learn more about the VMOF and the upcoming SDS 5th Edition. Some NCDA program highlights include: Monday, July 8: “Remembering John Holland and Furthering His Impact on Career Services” (3:00-4:10 p.m.) “Understanding Relationships among Holland’s Self-Directed Search, the Career Thoughts Inventory, and the Career Tension Scale” (3:00-4:10 p.m.) “The Development of the Working Styles Assessment” (4:30-5:40 p.m.) Tuesday, July 9: “Improving Career Interventions by Better Assessing Readiness for Decision Making” (3:00-4:10 p.m.) Wednesday, July 10: “The Development of a Revised Version of Holland’s Self-Directed Search” (8:00-9:00 a.m.) We hope to see you at NCDA!