ISCOL

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ISCOLInternational Symposium on Coastal Lagoons
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Founder and CEO Zach Iscol, a former Marine officer and Iraq veteran, built and ran the Recruiting, Screening, Assessment, and Selection Pipeline for US Marine Corps Special Operations.
“Resumes are backward looking, they only illustrate a candidate's job history, but are often shortsighted in measuring behavioral strengths and potential,” says Iscol. “The resume is not a good predictor of job performance, especially for a transitioning or entry-level workforce.”
“It is important to make clear that hiring veterans is not charity or the right thing to do,” says Iscol. “Hiring veterans is one of the smartest business decisions an employer can make.
Branch's triumphs as a community leader are the sort oi success story Jill and Ken Iscol hoped for when they funded the Iscol Family Program for Leadership Development in Public Service in 2001.
26, the Iscol program marked its 10th anniversary by welcoming as Cornell's annual Iscol Fellow Josh Tetrick '04, chief executive officer of 33needs, a microcredit: web platform that allows everyday people to invest in social enterprises around the globe.
John Eckenrode, the co-director of the Iscol program, credited the Iscols for supporting a program that "builds on a strong tradition of public service at the university and among our students."