In a radio interview earlier this month with the Tide's Andy Harris, Jonathan "JD" Due, the Executive Director for the Center for Military Transition at William & Mary's Raymond A. Mason School of Business, discussed the center's mission to help military personnel transition into leadership roles in the civilian world.
The Veteran Entrepreneur Scholars program is an intensive entrepreneurship boot camp that trains current and former service members to innovate, build startups, and apply the Silicon Valley way of thinking to their roles as rising leaders.
Meet Ted Hallum, MSBA ’20. This U.S. Army veteran and Senior Defense Machine Learning Engineer for Octo Consulting Group hosts The Data Canteen—a podcast that grew out of the Veterans in Data Science & Machine Learning (VDSML) community, which he founded.
Due will be responsible for setting the strategic vision of the Center as it provides transition support and student services to the active-duty and veteran student population at the Mason School.
Former Staff Sergeant Jacob Tatge was stationed as an intelligence analyst with the U.S. Marine Corps Security Force Regiment at Yorktown when he hit his ninth year of service. The Part-Time MBA program afforded Jacob the ability to attend classes in the evening after duty hours.