· The veterans’ staff often refers qualified veterans to local employers who are seeking employees. As new employment opportunities become available, the LVER conducts veteran résumé searches to seek out potential qualified applicants. A daily email is sent to every veteran currently registered with the Career Center advertising local job openings. The veterans’ staff often refers qualified veterans to local employers who are seeking employees. As new employment opportunities become available, the LVER conducts veteran résumé searches to seek out potential qualified applicants. A daily email is sent to every veteran currently registered with the Career Center advertising local job openings.
· Are you struggling to find a job, a better job, or a career? Are you having difficulty translating your military experience and skills into civilian job-relevant language? Are your resume and job search strategies leading you nowhere? Still Serving Veterans is here for you!
· UAB proudly supports the policies and practices of equal opportunity in education and employment, including the hiring of veterans and their families. Provided are links to information, forms and other resources that you may find helpful as a veteran at UAB.
· Alaska Department of Labor offers a priority of service and benefits to veterans, and eligible spouses or caregivers, seeking employment, apprenticeship opportunities, and on-the-job training programs that pay you while you prepare for a sustainable career.
· The Transition Assistance Advisor (TAA) is the statewide point of contact to assist service members in accessing Veterans Affairs benefits and healthcare services. We help you navigate through the vast myriad of benefits and entitlements in the DoD and VA system.
· The Arizona Department of Veterans Services is actively working to ensure every Veteran and Service Member comes home to a job. Whether you're wishing to work for an established employer or start your own business, the Arizona Department of Veterans Services is compiling the tools and information to help you secure your economic well being.
· The Arizona Coalition for Military Families is a nationally-recognized public/private partnership focused on building Arizona’s statewide capacity to care for and support all service members, veterans and their families.
· Disabled Veterans Outreach Program (DVOP) and Local Veterans Employment Representatives (LVER) staff, through outreach with employers, develop increased hiring opportunities within the local workforce by raising the awareness of employers of the availability and the benefit of hiring veterans. To meet the specific needs of veterans, particularly veterans with barriers to employment, the Arkansas Division of Workforce Services utilizes DVOP and LVER staff who are thoroughly familiar with the full range of job development services and training programs available at the State Workforce Agency One-Stop Career Centers, Department of Veterans Affairs Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment Program locations.
· The Program, now called the Military Dependents Scholarship Program (MDS), provides financial aid for undergraduate students seeking a bachelor's degree or certificate of completion at any public college, university or technical school in Arkansas who qualify as a spouse or dependent child* of an Arkansas resident who has been declared to be missing in action, killed in action, a prisoner of war, or killed on ordnance delivery, or a veteran who has been declared to be 100% totally and permanently disabled during, or as a result of, active military service.
· The Employment Development Department (EDD) assists veterans and their eligible spouses to maximize their employment and training opportunities. Veterans are entitled to many resources designed to help in their search for employment.
· California offers a variety of employment services and benefits to veterans who are unemployed or seeking employment including employment services to help you find a job, unemployment benefits for while you are seeking employment, and apprenticeship and on-the-job training programs that pay you while you prepare for a sustainable career.
· Work for Warriors (WFW) is a State and Federally funded FREE Job Placement Program in California. The intent of the employment initiative branded “Work for Warriors” is aimed at assisting Post 9/11 Veterans, Active National Guard, Active Reserve members, Spouses, and Gold Star Families in finding civilian employment in their region of California.
· Veterans Transition Support (VTS) is an All Volunteer Orange County, California based 501(c)(3) Nonprofit created specifically to help transitioning service members and veterans bridge the gap from military life into civilian life.
· Located in San Diego and becoming a nationally recognized independent 501(c)3 non-profit organization in January 2019, zero8hundred has, to date, proactively linked over 3,200 transitioning service members and their spouses to the broad range of community resources and opportunities to best support their employment, education, basic needs, health and well-being, and social/community connections, easing the transition into their civilian community.
· Our Veterans Employment Specialists serve our fellow veterans by providing expertise in job and training opportunities. Our partnerships with local Workforce Centers allow any veteran who has served at least one day of active duty to receive additional support with their job search.
· You've done your duty for your country. Now you're focused on your own career. The Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) licenses and regulates more than 50 licensed professions and occupations in the state of Colorado and is committed to providing professional support and customer service to military personnel, including Active Duty, Reserves, National Guard, military spouses and Veterans.
· We stand ready to assist jobseeker veterans with a wide range of services from job search assistance, resume writing, interviewing techniques, and skill assessments. We also provide referrals to other organizations.
· As a veteran who has provided great service to this country, you have earned benefits for yourself and potentially for your family. Let us assist you in applying for some of these benefits as well as exploring job placement opportunities that fit your particular skill set.
· Connecticut statutes provide that tuition may be waived for qualified veterans attending Connecticut State Universities and the 12 Community-Technical Colleges. Waivers cover only the cost of tuition for credit-bearing undergraduate and graduate programs.
· The University of Connecticut recognizes the sacrifices made by members of the military. Through the Office of Veterans Affairs and Military Programs, we provide student support services specifically for veterans, active service members, and their families who are attending the university. Our services include certifying VA educational benefits, assisting students in their transition to student life at UCONN, and providing supplemental programs and activities to student veterans.
· This is an exciting opportunity in an award-winning AmeriCorps program for Military Veterans or immediate military family members. Learn skills and gain certifications that will assist you in gaining employment in the natural resources field.
·Veterans Florida’s career team will help you connect with employers eager to hire veterans and positions perfectly suited to your background. Register for Veterans Florida Career Services and check out current career listings.
· CareerSource Pinellas offers innovative veterans services to help the honorable men and women who have served this country have meaningful careers. Generally, these veteran services include career exploration, skills training, referral services and more! Veterans representatives are dedicated to sharing knowledge and resources that will give veteran job seekers a competitive edge.
· The Florida Department of Education is proud to provide opportunities for members of the United States Armed Forces, veterans and their spouses to become part of our team working hand in hand to improve Florida’s education system for students of all backgrounds and abilities.
· We know that transitioning from the military to the civilian sector can be challenging. We know first-hand how difficult it is to translate military skills and experience to find meaningful civilian jobs and household sustaining employment. We’re here to help.
·The Veterans Resource Center at Georgia Tech is dedicated to serving students who are veterans, military, reservist, guard members, and dependents by providing comprehensive support services that enhance and complement the academic experience.
· The Hawaii Department of Labor Workforce Development Division (WDD) and its network of One-Stop Career Centers not only offer its array of employment and training services to veterans but also provides relevant applicant recruiting assistance tailor to the needs of the business community. Specialized staff known as Local Veterans Employment Representative (LVER) are employed at the centers to offer assistance to employers seeking to hire veterans with specific skills and experiences. LVER staff are military veterans themselves and have received specialized training at the National Veterans Training Institute (NVTI).
· The Veterans Business Outreach Center of the Pacific is a program of the University of Hawaii at Hilo, funded in part by a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. Our advisors are committed to assisting veteran entrepreneurs in business planning, financial statements, strategy mapping, marketing, operations, or any other aspects of starting, running, or exiting a small business.
· In April 2009 Michael K. Peacock received the phone number for a national tele-conference that introduced him to the VA Vet 2 Vet program from the VA LRC Andrew Dahlburg. While this program was originally designed for veterans with mental illness, Mike learned he could customize Vet 2 Vet so it addresses the challenges veterans are facing in Hawaii.
· Need help using military base resources as a spouse? Don't know where to start with your resume? Check out these guides for the best info on topics like Priority Placement, employment opportunities & more!
· More than 130,000 Idahoans are veterans of the Armed Forces. If you are a veteran, you have earned benefits for yourself and potentially for your family, but you must apply to receive these benefits. We are grateful for your service and want to ensure you receive all the employment and training support you deserve.
· The purpose of the Transition Assistance Advisor (TAA) program is to provide a professional in each state/territory (some states have two TAAs) to serve as the statewide point of contact to assist service members in accessing Department of Veterans Affairs’ health care services and benefits.
· The Illinois Hires Heroes Consortium is a group of Illinois employers who recognize the great value veterans bring to the workplace and operationalize the term "veteran-friendly" by committing to implement military veteran recruitment, training and retention practices.
· The Illinois Veteran Grant (IVG) Program pays eligible tuition and mandatory fees. Benefits are limited to use only at Illinois public colleges or community colleges. This grant is an entitlement program and is awarded to eligible applicants regardless of the funding level.
· Illinois Joining Forces serves as a statewide public-private partnership that promotes the efficient delivery of Growth and Wellness initiatives for Service Members, Veterans, and their Families at the community level throughout the State of Illinois. Our range of services includes careers (Employment and Education).
·This site allows veterans and transitioning service members to source employment options and resources by matching their military skills to civilian careers through translation of MOC/MOS codes or military job title.
· Instead of combing through hundreds of positions on a job board, with INvets, employers come to you. We use a unique system that allows you to add military specific documents to your profile which allows us to help employers maximize your potential.
· If you need an employee that is dependable, trustworthy, hardworking and well-trained, then HIRE a VETERAN. Today’s Veteran is one of the most highly-trained assets an employer can have in their workforce.
· This page contains links to information of interest to military veterans and their families. Topics include employment, disabled resources, veterans organizations, Veterans Affairs (VA) services, and more.
· Iowa is committed to providing quality employment services to all veterans at our IowaWORKS Centers through Home Base Iowa, Iowa's one-of-a-kind program that connects veterans and transitioning service members to career opportunities.
· Home Base Iowa (HBI) is a one-of-a-kind program connecting veterans and transitioning service members with HBI partners and resources. Currently, Iowa’s unemployment rate is at 2.4 percent and businesses are looking to hire skilled workers. This program helps connect Iowa businesses with qualified veterans looking for career opportunities.
· The Department of Education has been designated by the governor of the state of Iowa as the location for the Iowa State Approving Agency. The State Approving Agency is responsible for approving all GI Bill programs in Iowa for veterans and other eligible persons. Program approval is a function of the State not the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).
· Warrior’s Compass, powered by JobPath, is part of Hope For The Warriors’ comprehensive Transition Services offering. It offers resources for veterans starting new careers and opportunities for employers to find qualified veteran candidates and post job opportunities.
· It goes without saying that employers are actively searching for men and women with the skills already possessed by military veterans. In serving our country, these individuals have proven a great work ethic, a willingness to learn, and the ability to lead themselves and others. All of these are attributes that play a major role in a successful career in the construction industry.
· The U.S. Department of Labor, Veterans' Employment and Training Service (VETS) offers employment and training services to eligible veterans through a non-competitive Jobs for Veterans State Grants Program.
· The Kansas Commission on Veterans Affairs (KCVAO) continues to help our state's veterans and their families to improve the quality of their lives. From helping veterans to file claims for education, medical or other benefits, to assisting them in obtaining earned medals and military awards, KCVAO is here to serve you.
· This program is a strategic partnership initiative between the Kentucky Department of Agriculture (KDA) and USA Cares, a Kentucky-based 501(c)(3) charitable organization providing financial and advocacy support to military members, veterans, and their families since 2003. KDA and USA Cares established this initiative to match veterans who have served in any of the branches of the United States Military (U.S. Air Force, Army, Marine Corps, Navy and Coast Guard), ranging from Vietnam to post-9/11 service, needing good jobs with Kentucky-based farmers and agribusinesses needing quality labor.
· This program provides individuals with tools and resources to better prepare them for the hiring process, and refers qualified candidates to corporate organizations with open positions of employment specific to their skillsets.
· Home to over 300,000 veterans and their families and three major military installations, Kentucky has a distinguished history in serving the U.S. military, veterans, and their families. The West Kentucky Workforce Board provides job seeker services for veterans, transitioning service members, and eligible spouses.
· The Veterans Community Alliance of Louisville was established in 2014 as a means for coordinating veterans services in Louisville and promoting veteran-friendly community relations. VCAL is a comprehensive network, comprised of veterans, veteran service providers, and other community members who care about the state of veteran services and veteran relations in Jefferson County.
· Supports returning warriors and families through their transition from military service and beyond by providing a healing environment within an intentionally designed neighborhood. In 2018, Bastion announced the establishment of a new career services office for veterans on the Bastion property.
·Ready to take your business to the next level? EBV Accelerate is a 3-phase boot camp-style program that gives military veterans with a successful business the tools and coaching to propel their business to the next phase: sustainable growth. Topics will include acquiring growth funding, rebranding for expansion, determining a sustainable growth rate, establishing partnerships, managing cash flow, and much more.
·The CareerCenter offers specialized employment and training services for Veterans. If you served in the U.S. Armed Forces a CareerCenter Representative can help you find a job, obtain new skills, or access other state or federal resources available to Veterans.
·Maine’s annual Hire-A-Vet campaign provides support for employers to expand the hiring of veterans and military families, including a network of state and federal agencies, resources and nonprofits, education on military language and culture, assistance with recruiting, hiring, assimilation and retention, and recognition for the hiring and advancement of Veterans.
·The Maine Military and Community Network is a community effort to understand, prevent, and help address the challenges faced by current and former military members and their families, as well as their communities.
·Maryland State Government appreciates the value of the experience you gained while serving our country. This page contains resources Maryland provides to returning veterans - employment opportunities, veteran services, upcoming events and more.
·Military Corps Career Connect, better known as C3, is a workforce lead initiative aimed at reducing the unemployment rate of veterans and active duty spouses in Maryland. Transitioning active duty service members, active duty spouses, and recently separated veterans (non-retiree) are provided a customized set of services that allow them to successfully transition careers.
·The Maryland Center for Veterans Education and Training (MCVET) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) Corporation designed to provide homeless veterans and other veterans in need with comprehensive services that will enable them to rejoin their communities as productive citizens.The Education, Training, and Employment (ETE) program's goal is to involve the residents of MCVET in higher education or skilled training programs that will enable them to secure first-rate employment and higher paying salaries.
·Veteran’s Edge is proud to partner with employers that see the many benefits of hiring Veterans. Find specific positions that local businesses have listed as ones that they’d like to fill with veterans.
·MassVetsAdvisor.org is an easy to use online resource created by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts that strives to serve the nearly half-million Veterans living in Massachusetts, and their Families, as a bridge to the many benefits that they have earned in defense of our nation. By combining state and federal benefits, as well as non-profit resources into one tailored online search, Veterans and their Families now have access to one stop shopping for all of their needs.
·MVAA is committed to easing military members' transitions from the service into the civilian world. The following resources, combined with tips and tools on applying for jobs, can help veterans establish a great career in Michigan.
·Many resources are available for veterans that are transitioning back into civilian life, including opportunities to find work similar to your military career, or training to change directions completely. We can help you find local opportunities to connect with employers looking to hire skilled workers like you.
·Current or former military members, no matter the era of service, receive priority services in all CareerForce locations across the state. Our staff provide the fastest, most-effective service possible – in person or online.
· The University of Minnesota welcomes military veterans, service members, and their families. We understand that the skills, discipline, dedication, and leadership you developed in the service are invaluable assets. Like the military, a career at the University is an opportunity to work where your work matters, by supporting the U's mission of education, research, and outreach.
·Military and Combat Veterans where you at? Veterans are you having a difficult time connecting with civilians or adjusting back to civilian life? All Wartime/Peacetime Veterans are welcome with events to include but not limited to the following: *Wellness and Recreational groups (ie. Coed softball, bowling, yoga, golf, basketball, etc), peep to peer support groups (ie. OEF/OIF/OND support, LGBTQ support, Women support, African American support, Family support, Employment support, etc) at the local Vet Centers, sporting event outings, etc.
·MDES salutes all veterans of our armed forces and thanks you for your service to our country. Our dedication to you includes providing every service possible and all assistance within our power to help you successfully obtain and maintain employment. In fact, as a veteran you will receive priority services from MDES.
·Our Diverse Populations resources have been compiled to assist you with exploring how ethnicity, sexual orientation, veteran status, and other diversity topics affect career exploration and development. Its purpose is to highlight Career Center resources to assist you with your career planning as it relates to your diverse identities.
·Is your next mission to build the future of energy? As a veteran, you understand the value of teamwork, responsibility and dedication. These are the foundations of military service and qualities we value at Southern Company.
·Jobs.mo.gov is the Missouri Division of Workforce Development (DWD) web site. DWD provides various workforce development and employment related programs, products, and services for businesses and job seekers.
·Missouri State Parks values the contributions of veterans, current service members and their families. To honor their dedication to service, we make it a priority to hire veterans and to support their work.
·Together, the Veteran and VCP's specially-trained case managers work to achieve incremental, lasting results in the areas of health and wellness, education, employment, financial literacy, and the development of a personal support network.
·Employment Connection became a full United Way member agency and expanded its service beyond ex-offenders by assisting recovering substance abusers, the homeless, high school dropouts, women on welfare, U.S. veterans, and non-custodial fathers. Today Employment Connection assists nearly 2,000 individuals who have barriers to employment every year.
·Whether you’ve completed your military service, are transitioning to civilian life, or are currently a reservist, there may be a place for you at Cerner if you have the unique experience and knowledge we require.
·Montana’s department regarding employment has a special job search page for veterans. The Employment Specialists at Montana's Job Service offices can assist all Veterans in securing employment and training, as well as refer Veterans to other service providers in both public and private agencies and organizations.
· Goals of the Division: 1) Establishing a statewide network of service for discharged veterans and their families, 2) Providing services and assistance for all Montana veterans, and surviving spouses and dependents in coordination with associated federal and state agencies, veterans' services organizations, private organizations and individuals.
·The MCC Veterans Green Corps is an intensive 11 week training program that certifies you for jobs in wildland firefighting and other natural resource careers. The program is camping-based with extended periods in remote settings.
·Montana is home to more than 90,000 U.S. veterans, which is nearly 10% of the state’s population. As such, many high tech companies in Montana provide resources that can help veterans transition from military life to civilian life.
·As an eligible individual, our trained staff of specially trained veterans will evaluate your situation, ensure your basic needs are being met, and create a plan to help you along the path to reemployment.
· For Eligible Veterans and Eligible Spouses the Disabled Veterans Outreach Program (DVOP) specialists can provide additional one-on-one employment services. Nevada's affiliation with US Jobs and VETCENTRAL offers employment services with the greatest number of employer job openings in the State of Nevada.
· The Veterans Coordinator provides individual assistance to Veterans in the following ways: 1) Identifies current openings that match well with the Veteran’s skills and experience; 2) Answers questions about state employment and its hiring process and 3) Advises and assists Veterans with completing state jobs applications to best represent themselves.
· We have a commitment to helping Guard Members, Veterans, and their family members begin meaningful careers that fit their skills, knowledge, and abilities. This is accomplished through one on one assistance and partnerships with local businesses and organizations.
· UNLV is honored to have the opportunity to educate and serve our nation's heroes. We strive to provide responsive academic, social, and administrative support to student veterans, as well as active duty military members.
· Veterans and eligible spouses receive access, on a priority of service basis to the full range of public employment and training services, including job search assistance, workshops, resume assistance, labor market information, career guidance, job referral, and referral to other supportive and training resources.
·Not only does the Granite State have a strong interest and track record in hiring veterans, New Hampshire is also home to beautiful communities and plentiful benefits that support members of the armed forces.
· Veterans Job Connection helps veterans and their families achieve personal stability. We do that by surrounding each veteran with resources, including a Career Advisor, a Life Navigator and access to the Veterans Fund.
·Professional résumé writers will help you to design and write, re-write and tweak your résumé, free of charge. Seasoned résumé writers will convert your military experiences and terms into words that civilian hiring managers will easily understand.
·The SAA is responsible for the inspection, approval, and supervision of programs of education and training under the GI Bill. The Agency is under annual contract with the US Department of Veterans Affairs to provide for these services ensuring that veterans and other eligible persons have access to high quality programs of education and training.
·This page contains links to information of interest to military veterans and their families. Topics include employment, disabled resources, veterans organizations, Veterans Affairs (VA) services, and more.
·Can be used by any veteran who has served in combat since 1990 and who has exhausted all available federal G.I. Education Benefits options. An eligible combat veteran who has served since 1990 will thus no longer have to worry about utilizing their GI Education Benefit bill under a deadline which may not fit their time frame.
·The Port Authority of NY & NJ is dedicated to hiring veterans and providing a rewarding career. We value the unique skill sets and discipline that you possess: leadership, grit, commitment—characteristics sought after by the Port Authority and embedded within you.
·New York State for Veterans, Inc. is a Non-for-Profit organization which provides counseling and employment assistance services to honorably discharged veterans seeking meaningful employment in their communities.
·Known for its variety of opportunities, New York City is the perfect cityscape for any veteran or service member pursuing a career after serving in the military. VetConnectNYC is connected with veteran resources and will work doggedly to make sure that all veterans and service members can find satisfying employment.
·Veterans may face significant barriers that make it difficult for them to find suitable employment, when transitioning back into civilian life. Currently, NC Government is the single largest employer in the State.
·Our team at the Division of Workforce Solutions provides experienced help to veterans, transitioning service members, and eligible spouses seeking a job. North Carolina, home to nearly 800,000 veterans and several of the nation's most important defense installations, understands the needs and challenges of military life.
·Charlotte-based Bank of America is committed to hiring veterans. Returning to civilian life can be difficult without a team to support you. With thousands of veteran employees among us, you can find the support you need with our team. We value where you’ve been, and the entire company stands behind you.
·At Friday Staffing, we are dedicated to helping veterans find jobs and have helped more than 600 veterans find employment in Western North Carolina. Check out our detailed guide on simple and specific resume advice for veterans, which includes a military skills translator that converts the language you used during your service into terms a civilian employer can better understand.
·Active military personnel and veterans will find endless opportunities in North Dakota. Military service provides skills that put you in a talented pool of job seekers looking for military-friendly companies that will put your hard-earned skills to good use. The resources below will help you in your journey to making North Dakota your home.
·If you’re transitioning to civilian life or you have previously separated from service, Ohio offers many benefits designed to assist you and your family. Check out the Career Information Center for quick access to information on how Ohio is working to provide you credit for your military training and experience.
·The Ohio GI Promise seeks to make Ohio the most veteran-friendly state in the country for higher education. To encourage veterans from across America to bring their families, leadership, motivation and maturity to Ohio's colleges and universities, the State of Ohio, as part of the executive order creating the Ohio GI Promise, outlined criteria that allows qualified veterans and their dependents, from anywhere in the country to skip the 12-month residency requirement and attend University System of Ohio schools at in-state tuition rates.
·The Tristate Veterans Community Alliance (TVCA) provides advice and assistance to all veterans who want to find work that they enjoy, allows them to grow and provides financial stability for them and their families.
·In establishing employment lists of eligible persons for competitive and noncompetitive appointment, certain preferences shall be allowed for veterans honorably discharged from the Armed Forces of the United States.
·If you served in the U.S. military or are a spouse of a veteran, you can qualify for Priority of Service. This includes priority referrals to jobs and other employment and training services over non-veteran applicants with the same qualifications.
·COVO is proud to announce that we are partnering with a pilot program here in Oregon to provide career counseling and employment placement services for not just active military and Veterans, but also their family members.
·Returning to civilian life? Starting a second career? Looking for an employer that values active National Guard and Reserve service? Bring the unique experience and personal qualities you developed in the military and continue your work in public service with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania!
·For those transitioning from the military or who once served in the armed forces, designated veteran employment counselors are prepared to assist veterans and eligible spouses in finding a new career.
·Favor Foundation is a public charity (P41999) local to Charleston, South Carolina that provides free food, clothes and job resources to South Carolina’s homeless, underserved or poverty stricken individuals and Veterans in crisis.We can work with you to build the resume that will get you the position you need.
·Military Community Connection provides employment training, transition plans and placement assistance to service members, veterans and their families. Our holistic approach is one of the few that addresses your needs and assesses your skills while planning for your future. MCC is your partner in taking the next step into the future chapters of your life.
·Goodwill is well-versed in aiding those with barriers to employment but recognizes that Veterans often need assistance tailored to their unique situations. From finding companies committed to employing Veterans to crafting resumes that incorporate military accomplishments, knowledgeable Employment Specialists are available to help Warriors find employment and career opportunities that are a good match and will lead to success.
·Located in Pine Ridge, South Dakota, we are a small non-profit organization (IRS Approved 501-C-3) made up of Native American Veterans working to make a difference in this challenging world on the reservations. Historically Native Americans have volunteered for military services at a much higher rate than other demographics in the United States. We are very proud to defend this great country. Yet so many of us return to the very challenging conditions of unemployment and violence on the reservations.
·The Veteran Outreach Center (VOC) in Rapid City, SD is the latest in a number of veteran services offered by Volunteers of America Northern Rockies across a three-state region. Veteran Affairs case managers are on site by appointment to help veterans reintegrate into the community by connecting them with resources for housing, employment, healthcare and other basic life necessities.
·Our offices serve as an outreach to veterans and ensure veterans' priority of service in referral to jobs and other services. Employment-related testing, training information, skills assessment, and case management are among the services provided. Our local offices assist more than 39,000 veterans annually. Additionally, we work with employers to match their needs with your qualifications.
·At TVA, we understand what it is to serve. We understand that the diverse backgrounds and skills of our military veterans and their families can be a critical asset in our mission to deliver safe, clean, reliable and affordable energy. For that reason, we actively recruit veterans for positions at TVA and also serve as a resource for those seeking employment across the energy sector.
·OSDTN partners with a number of employers in Tennessee. We can help you get a foot in the door. Our Career Services team works with these employers to find suitable employment for Veterans, regardless of their education or experience.
·Finding employment can be a challenge to veterans and their family members. A number of organizations and employers have teamed up to help make finding jobs easier for those who have served our country. On this page are some helpful links to employment resources and job opportunities. There are also helpful links on how to better market yourself if you are looking for a job, networking tools, career assessment tools, and much more. If you need help in accessing this information or how to use it please feel free to contact us.
·Maximize your employment opportunities as you transition into civilian life. Search for jobs, receive priority service at Texas Workforce Solutions offices and get information on transition assistance and benefits.
·The Veterans Employment Program’s mission is to provide sound job coaching and to assist employers with understanding the unique benefits of hiring Veterans so that every Texas Veteran and eligible Veteran spouse has access to long term and meaningful employment.
·TxDOT is actively seeking talent with experience in the United States Armed Forces. We know the valuable skills and ability you can bring to TxDOT. From working under pressure to knowing what it takes to work in a team environment, we want to help build on your experiences. We would be honored if you would explore a future with us.