• America’s Job Bankwww.ajb.org.  This U.S. Dept. of Labor web site lists jobs available in your state and offers help in building an on-line resume that can be sent to prospective employers listed in the job bank.
  • America’s Heroes At Work https://www.dol.gov/vets/ahaw/  This website is designed to educate employers about the signs/symptoms of combat PTSD and TBI and to use creative ways to support the returning citizen soldier who may need assistance.
  • Employment Resources for Military Spouses – http://www.realwarriors.net/family/care/militaryspouseemployment.php This link offers a wide variety of employment readiness resources for military spouses, but not specific jobs.
  • Employer Support of Guard and Reservewww.esgr.org.  This web site explains the help for returning Reservist and Guardsmen who may be having employment disputes and/or are looking for civilian employers who support our Guard and Reserve. It also has a link to Ombudsmen. This is a group that helps resolve disputes or answers questions about employment related problems for Reservist or Guardsmen.
  • Feds Hire Vetshttps://www.fedshirevets.gov/job/ On November 9, 2009, President Barack Obama signed Executive Order 13518, Employment of Veterans in the Federal Government, which establishes the Veterans Employment Initiative. The Initiative is a strategic, yet very straightforward, approach to helping the men and women who have served our country in the military find employment in the Federal Government.
  • Hero 2 Hired – www.H2H.jobs Hero 2 Hired includes easy access to career assessments, searching for available jobs by city/state, finding out about education and resources.  Launched in Dec. 2011, this website is full of helpful tools and tips for veterans.
  • Job Opportunities for Disabled Veteranswww.JOFDAV.com.  This site is full of information for disabled vets, from tips to seeking jobs, to actual job postings. This may be of great benefit to unemployed disabled vets.
  • Mission Continues – http://www.missioncontinues.org/ The Mission Continues awards community service fellowships to post-9/11 veterans, empowering them to transform their own lives by serving others and directly impacting their communities. Mission Continues Fellows serve for six months at a local nonprofit organization addressing key educational, environmental or social issues. Each Fellow works to achieve one of three outcomes at the conclusion of the fellowship: full-time employment, pursuit of higher education or a permanent role of service.
  • Team Rubicon – www.teamrubiconusa.org Hundreds of US military veterans, many returning home after fighting ten years of war, find a renewed sense of purpose for their skills and experiences through TR, a volunteer disaster relief organization.  To apply, go to “Our Mission” and click on “volunteer application” in the right hand menu.
  • USA Jobswww.usajobs.gov This is the official web site for government jobs. There is a link specifically for veterans.
  • Veterans Employment Toolkit http://www.va.gov/vetsinworkplace/ This is a comprehensive VA and National Center for PTSD effort for both employers and veteran employees.  For veterans, there is a link to “resources” and “resources for veterans” that may have helpful tools in obtaining employment.
  • Vet Power http://vetpower.org/ VET-POWER.COM is an organization that is designed to help our Veterans  to readjust back into civilian workplace with Education, Training, Coaching, Interviewing skills  and connection to the 9 nine Universities who provide Free Entrepreneurial studies program that are one year in length.
  • 1-877-743-8237 sign up for an application or get help to walk through the application for help-to-work.

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