Troops to Teachers: In 2015, the Troops to Teachers program will offer six information briefings for active and Reserve component servicemembers, veterans and retirees.

The briefings will be held from 1 to 3 p.m., at the Bragg Training and Education Center, Building 1-3571, in the F Wing auditorium, March 18, May 20, July 15, Sept. 16, and Nov. 18.

The briefings will inform participants about the teaching profession, the steps required to earn a teaching license and employment opportunities in public education.

For more information, contact the Bragg Training and Education Center at 396-6721.

More information about the Troops to Teachers program, with state specific information, is available at www.dantes.doded.mil/service-members/troops-to-teachers/index.html>.

Job fair coming to Bragg: CivilianJobs.com will host a Job Fair March 11, at Fort Bragg.

This is an excellent opportunity for active-duty servicemembers, retirees, veterans, and members of the National Guard and Reserve and their spouses to meet with local and national employers.

The event is free and transitioning military and military veterans are encouraged to pre-register for the Job Fair at civilianjobs.com so they may take advantage of the matching process which enhances their Job Fair experience.

All military or former military may upload their resume and pre-register for the event to have their skills matched against all attending employers.

Those employers will be sent a copy of the matched candidate’s resume prior to the Job Fair.

Upon signing in at the Job Fair, pre-registered candidates will be given a list of employers that matched with their skills and geographic preferences.

Visit www.MilitaryTransition.com for a blog devoted to helping transitioning military and prior-military find careers in the civilian world.

Army Apprenticeship Program helps Soldiers: Soldiers with military occupational specialties in skilled trades can turn their military training into a civilian career through the Army Apprenticeship Program.

There are more than 70 trades participating in the program, including auto mechanic, welder, power generation equipment repairer, and prime power production specialist.

Apprenticeship is a way to document skills and help with the civilian job search.

To learn more about apprenticeship, visit a representative in the Soldier Development Center, (corner of Old Post Road and Armistead Street), Building 2-1728, Room 309, on Tuesdays, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Thursdays, from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Call 308-9413 for more information.

Notice of estate: This notice serves as an advisory for all those in possession of the property of Spc. Ryan Joseph Sanderson, as well as to persons to whom the deceased is indebted, or those indebted to the deceased.

Please contact 1st Lt. Michael Prescott, summary court martial officer, with all inquires at 432-7628 or michael.d.prescott6.mil@mail.mil.

This notice serves as an advisory for all those in possession of the property of Spc. Nethaniel Wolfson, as well as to persons to whom the deceased is indebted, or those indebted to the deceased.

Please contact Capt. Gaskill, Stefanie, summary court martial officer, with all inquires at 366-6789 or email stefanie.m.gaskill.mil@mail.mil.

 Career opportunity: All interested Soldiers are invited to learn about pathways to becoming an Army nurse through the Army Enlisted Commissioning Program. Recruiters from the U.S. Army Medical Department will brief Feb. 5, from 1 to 3 p.m., at the Bragg Training and Education Center, 4520 Knox St., Building 1-3571, Wing F, Room 116. Recruiters will explain the program, the requirements for admission and what Soldiers can do to prepare. The seminar is an opportunity to ask questions and learn from the program managers.