Is there a cost for Service Members, Veterans and Military Spouses to attend a CMA workshop?

No, CMA’s workshops are completely FREE for all transitioning service members, veterans, and military spouses.

Your registration page suggested I should dress “business casual,” what does that mean?

Business casual looks different for both Men and Women. CMA strongly encourages you to take a few moments to research and obtain knowledge about what business casual looks like for you. This will be a helpful exercise that will better prepare you for any professional interview, networking opportunity, or casual meeting.
Here are a few helpful links to get you started:
http://www.wikihow.com/Dress-Business-Casual
http://www.businessinsider.com/what-business-casual-really-means-2014-8
https://www.career.vt.edu/JobSearchGuide/BusinessCasualAttire.html#ATTIREMENWOMEN

As an HR volunteer, what do I need to bring with me in order to attend?

Just yourself! CMA will provide all the materials needed.

As a Resume Writer what do I need to bring?

Just yourself! However, in the past, Resume Writers have brought their laptops to help show examples of what a quality resume looks like. You may also bring paper example resumes to share if you would like.

What time should service member attendees arrive?

CMA strongly believe in starting on time and ending on time, CMA asks that all service members are checked in and ready to go by no later than 9:00AM.

Do I have to pay to park?

CMA covers all parking costs for all registrants and guests. CMA covers all parking costs for all registrants and guests.

Since this is an all day workshop, do I need to bring my own breakfast, lunch and dinner?

No, CMA provides breakfast, lunch, and dinner for all registrants and guests.