Development Concepts Incorporated, which trades as Impact Publications, is a Virginia-based publishing, training, and consulting firm that was founded in 1982 by Ronald Krannich, with his late wife Caryl, with a goal of producing quality career resources. We currently publish over 100 books on a variety of career, business, and travel subjects. We also distribute hundreds of related books, DVDs, games, posters, assessment instruments, and software.
Our career and business titles deal with major employment and communication skills, issues, and audiences - assessing skills, networking, writing resumes, negotiating salary, giving presentations, recruiting on the Internet, and assisting young people, students, executives, women, minorities, people with disabilities and learning disorders, ex-offenders, military personnel, career changers, and others interested in business, government, nonprofit, and international jobs.
Representing over 30 authors, our books constitute one of the most important bodies of work defining today's career field. Several of our titles are widely used in college and university courses and in corporate and government career transition programs.
Of particular interest to ex-offenders and others associated with the criminal justice system in the U.S. are the books and pocket guides that strive to help them achieve a successful transition from prison to the outside world. For example, The Ex-Offender’s Job Hunting Guide, The Ex-Offender’s 30/30 Job Solution, Best Jobs for Ex-Offenders, The Re-Entry Employment and Life Skills Pocket Guide, and The Re-Entry Personal Finance Pocket Guide.
Impact Publications is more than a traditional book publisher. We help shape and direct today's dynamic career field. Representing more than 100 publishers and producers, we distribute over 5,000 career products through our catalogs and online bookstore.
As one of the premier publishers and distributors of career and employment resources, we are the supermarket for books, DVDs, games, posters, curricula, software, training programs, and other related products dealing with employment, jobs, and careers. Individuals and professionals - from elementary schools to colleges and from HR professionals and the military to libraries and prisons - rely on us for identifying resource trends and for offering innovative career products to assist their audiences.
For more information on Impact Publications, please contact us.
In addition to www.exoffenderreentry.com, Impact Publications also operates a website for members of the military and veterans, and their families: www.veteransworld.com.
Impact Publications has long been committed to providing career development and transition assistance to military personnel. As a reflection of this commitment, we created VeteransWorld.com, which addresses all aspects of life for servicemembers and their families during active duty and in retirement.
In addition to the website, we publish a number of books targeted at servicemembers, veterans, and their families. Each year we publish the Military-to-Civilian Transition Guide, which has become the gold standard for making a successful career transition to the civilian world.
We also publish other popular military-related books, such as Military Resumes and Cover Letters, The Military Spouse's Complete Guide to Career Success, The Complete Guide to the New NCO-ER, and The Military Guide to Financial Independence and Retirement.
Through our affiliate military transition website, www.corporategray.com, we assist thousands of veterans each year in finding jobs via the Internet and at job fairs.
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