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- America’s Job Bank – www.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 Reserve – www.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 Vets – https://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 Veterans – www.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 Jobs – www.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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