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Resources to help veterans find a job

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.

my next move for veterans

Career planning and exploration that matches your military skills.

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Manage your benefits, a Service of the Department of Veterans Affairs and the Department of Defense.

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career one-stop

Employment, training, and financial help opportunities available for veterans.

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G.I. Jobs

Navigate your education, training, as you transition out of the military.

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Veterans Employment Center

Options for military friendly jobs and opportunities geared to veterans.

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Learn How To Become

Resources to help veterans transition into the civilian workforce.

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Military Resume – Practical advice for military veterans to align military skills and experiences with civilian positions.

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Small Business Guide for veterans.

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Vet Crisis Hotline

Help is available around the clock for veterans in crisis and their friends and family.

Make a confidential toll-free call to
1-800-273-8255 and press 1

Send a text to 838255

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Medicare Plans Resource Center

Medicare Plans resource for veterans.

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Best Trade Schools for Returning Military Service Members.

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We can help you prepare for and find a job.

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