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This site contains information for job seeking veterans, veterans currently employed by the Federal Government, and Federal human resources specialists. This site will assist individuals when determining a veteran's special rights and privileges for Federal civil service employment. The links below contain the most recent information and developments regarding Veterans employment.
In partnership with Monster.com, veterans, active duty, guard and reserve can search for thousands of jobs for veterans from employeers who value military experience. Plus a special section for security clearance jobs.
The Air Force Palace HART (Helping Airmen Recover Together) program serves to assist in the recovery of wounded members until they return to active duty or are medically retired. This includes finding them jobs in government civilian positions or making arrangements for higher education.
Provides service-connected disabled veterans opportunities to seek employment, career advancement, job mobility, family economic well-being and greater financial security. The program is an Army Material Command based initiative, and the website provides information regarding the program, employment opportunities, and important links.
The Red Cross provides active duty, community-based military, veterans and military families with a variety of services including access to financial assistance and counseling.
Program provides severely disabled soldiers and their families with a system of advocacy and follow-up to provide personal support that assists them in their transition from military service and into the civilian community.
The U.S. Department of Defense's CAP program is committed to providing assistive technology and support to returning wounded service members. Accommodations are available for wounded service members with vision or hearing loss, upper extremity amputees as well as persons with communication and other disabilities to access the computer and telecommunication environment.
Links to Congressionally-Chartered Veterans' Service Organizations and the dates the organizations were chartered.
Provides veterans and transitioning military personnel with employment training and reemployment rights, information and assistance.
Through this Initiative, civilian work experience is made available to eligible service members pending medical separation from active duty at major Military Treatment Facilities. Participants work with a Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor to obtain un-paid work experience in a Government facility.
Presentation about a program managed by the VA's Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment Service that helps veterans with service-connected disabilities transition to civilian life.
Information from VA's Office of Human Resources and Administration on recruitment and hiring of people with disabilities.
National employment resource designed to provide trained, educated and experienced disabled veterans in line with employers' human resources requirements.
Information from VA regarding services available from the Vocational Rehabilitation & Employment Program, which helps veterans with service-connected disabilities prepare for, find and keep suitable jobs.
Up-to-date, database driven Web site from the Department of Veterans Affairs allows users to view VSO information in a variety of ways.
Home page of the organization that is the official voice of America's service-connected disabled veterans, their families and survivors.
Information on the DAV's Transition Service Program, which is designed for those enlisted soldiers, sailors, Marines, airmen and officers making the important transition back into civilian life.
The purpose of the DVOP/LVER Locator is to provide the user with the ability to quickly locate other veterans' service professionals in a particular geographic area.
Information from the Department of Defense for veterans with disabilities. Topics covered include scholarships and other financial aid, education and training opportunities, grants and loans and access to transition centers.
Helps active duty personnel, veterans, reservists, Guard members and their family members sort through the vast amount of resources available on the Internet, including job search tools and tips, career assessment and education benefits.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has issued two new question-and-answer (Q&A) guides providing technical assistance for employers and veterans on workplace issues affecting veterans with service-connected disabilities.
This program is designed to offer cutting edge, experiential training in entrepreneurship to veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan with disabilities.
Describes the affirmative action obligations of federal contractors regarding the hiring and promoting of qualified special disabled veterans of the Vietnam era and selected other veterans who served on active duty.
The Veterans Transition Franchise Initiative, commonly known as "VetFran," allows veterans to acquire a franchise at a discounted rate that is established by the franchisor.
Information regarding opportunities for service-disabled veteran-owned businesses to sell to the federal government.
Program designed to help military veterans who were wounded while serving in Afghanistan, Iraq and other locations around the world find careers working in many types of jobs, especially the healthcare industry.
A comprehensive career Web site for hiring veterans of America's military.
Certified non-profit rehabilitation program to utilize federal government procurement requirements to initiate managed employment opportunities for service disabled and prisoner of war veterans.
Provides information for disabled Marines regarding the medical care and financial benefits they are entitled to as a result of a disability separation or retirement.
Your resource library for military spouse employment, education and relocation information. Here you will find thousands of links to employment related information and other resources for military spouses and military families.
From pay to the GI Bill, from VA home loans to health care, your military service has earned you valuable military benefits. Whether you're on active duty, a veteran or retiree, we make using your military & Veteran benefits easy.
Lists upcoming career fairs across the country for veterans, enlisted personnel, military officers, noncommissioned officers, retirees and military spouses.
Designed to help America's troops and their families deal with life's issues. Log on to access articles, educational materials, interactive tools and more.
The center ties together military and other government programs, such as the Army Disabled Soldier Support System and similar programs in the other services, and those run by the departments of Labor and Veterans Affairs.
Center offers comprehensive career services including employment information for wounded Service members and veterans. 24 hour a day, 7 day a week family support from the Center is available by calling 1-888-774-1361.
One-stop resource for information for service members and veterans. Includes information on benefits, employment and educational opportunities.
The central, trusted, up-to-date source for Service members and families to obtain information about all Quality of Life programs and services. Whether you live the military lifestyle or support those who do, you'll find what you need!
Information from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs on the Montgomery GI Bill, which provides education benefits to eligible veterans for college, business, technical or vocational school; tuition assistance; apprenticeship; job training; correspondence courses and other educational programs. Document is in Word format.
Develops and enhances the professional skills of veterans' employment and training service providers throughout the United States.
Program provides personalized support and assistance to severely injured Sailors and their family.
OWF is sponsored by the Department of Defense Military Severely Injured Center and is a temporary assignment or internship program for Service members who are undergoing therapy at military treatment facilities in the U.S. OWF provides recuperating Service members with meaningful activity outside of the hospital environment that assists in their wellness and offers a formal means of transition back to the military or civilian workforce.
Provides information and services that assist veterans in understanding and obtaining benefits from the Veterans Administration.
The Recovery and Employment Assistance Lifelines (REALifelines) Advisor helps wounded and injured service members and veterans access valuable online resources and contact information for one-on-one employment assistance to help them successfully transition into the civilian workforce.
REALifelines is a new approach to ensuring that wounded and injured service members and their families get the support they need to be successful and competitive as they return to the homes and lives they left in service to our country.
List of resources for those returning from deployment including information for active duty, reservists and National Guard members and their families.
Provides technical assistance, resources and training to individuals throughout the country who are interested in pursuing self-employment. The site offers a Web cast series in which successful entrepreneurs share their secrets for success and online seminars on topics including self-employment for individuals with disabilities.
Links to information on self-employment from Milspouse.org.
Programs helps to create strong relationships between Service Disabled Veteran Enterprises (SDVE) federal, state and local governments and majority businesses to stimulate economic growth.
Includes information on procurement preference for service-disabled veterans.
Resources and information from the Small Business Administration to assist veterans who are self-employed or small business owners. Includes information on the Service-Disabled Veterans-Owned Small Business Concern Program and the Getting Veterans Back to Business Guide.
Select a state from the map to find out about services and benefits for veterans.
Still Serving Veterans (SSV) is a non-profit service organization committed to long term career development and life skills support for severely wounded veterans and their spouses.
The Transition Assistance Program (TAP) is a partnership among the Departments of Defense, Veterans Affairs, Transportation and the Department of Labor's Veterans' Employment and Training Service (VETS) created to meet the needs of separating service members during their period of transition into civilian life by offering job-search assistance and related services.
The House Committee on Veterans' Affairs reviews veterans' programs, examines current laws and reports bills and amendments to strengthen existing laws concerning veterans and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), such as for health care, disability compensation, GI bill education and job training, home loan guarantees, life insurance policies and a nationwide system of veterans' cemeteries.
This Committee handles all proposed legislation, messages, petitions, memorials and other matters relating to veteran's issues such as compensation, pensions, readjustment of servicemen to civil life, medical care, vocational rehabilitation and education.
The USERRA Advisor helps veterans understand employee eligibility and job entitlements, employer obligations, benefits and remedies under the Act.
Fact sheet from the U.S. Department of Labor provides information on job rights for veterans and reserve component members.
The U.S. Department of Labor Veterans' Employment and Training Service issued proposed rules implementing USERRA. This document sets forth the Agency's review of and response to comments on the proposal and any changes made in response to those comments.
Veteran Resource Information Web site designed to assist veteran entrepreneurs who want to start and expand their businesses in the federal and private marketplace.
Veterans can use this website from the Department of Veterans Affairs to determine what path to employment is best for them, including reemployment with previous employer, rapid employment services for new employment, self-employment and employment through long term services.
Information from the VA about services that the Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (VR&E) program provides to veterans with service-connected disabilities.
Web site offers multiple tools and resources for all U.S. Veterans, including job opportunities, forms, benefits and program information as well as training assistance for private sector employment.
Guide from the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) explains the hiring authorities and preference for veterans, including disabled veterans, in federal civil service employment.
The WWP seeks to assist men and women of our armed forces who have been severely injured during the conflicts in Iraq, Afghanistan and other locations around the world. WWP provides programs and services designed to ease the burdens of the wounded and their families, aid in the recovery process and smooth their transition back to civilian life.
Employers are required to provide to persons entitled to the rights and benefits under USERRA a notice of the rights, benefits and obligations of such persons and such employers under USERRA. Employers may provide the notice, "Your Rights Under USERRA," by posting it where employee notices are customarily placed.