A Hire Mission: Dedicated to providing US military veterans with the most comprehensive list of job transition resources for veterans in job search transition.
America’s Heroes at Work: Supporting the Employment Success of Returning Service Members with TBI & PTSD, a U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) project that addresses the employment challenges of returning Service Members and Veterans living with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and/or Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Designed for employers and the workforce development system, this website is your link to information and tools to help returning Service Members and Veterans living with TBI and/or PTSD succeed in the workplace – particularly Service Members returning from Iraq and Afghanistan.
Boots To Suits: Dedicated to connecting experienced US military veterans to professional job opportunities through comprehensive employment training, business engagement and policymaker education. All services are provided at no cost to the veteran.
Career One Stop: Veterans and Military Spouses can receive resources to meet your employment, education and relocation needs. In addition, CareerOneStop’s military transition Key to Career Success website connects veterans, transitioning service members, and their spouses with high quality career planning, training, and job search resources.
Entrepreneur Bootcamp for Veterans Spouses: The Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans’ Families (EBV-F) is an education and training program founded in 2010 at the Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University (SU), which expanded to Florida Statue University (FSU) in 2012 and Purdue University in 2013. The program leverages the flexibility inherent in small business ownership to provide a vocational and economic path forward for military family members who are now supporting a wounded warrior, or for the surviving spouse of a military member who gave his or her life in service to our country. The EBV-F is operated by SU’s Institute for Veterans and Military Families. They also have an Entrepreneur Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities.
Feds Hire Vets: Military Spouse (hiring) Preference (DOD program) is different from Military Spouse Appointing Authority (Federal Executive Order). So if you are only looking for work through MSP and not utilizing your noncompetitive status for potentially ALL federal jobs (the hiring department isn’t obligated from what I can tell), then you might be missing out.
GI Jobs: Your guide to post military success.
Heroes Work Here (Disney): The Walt Disney Company is proud to present our Veterans’ Initiative, “Heroes Work Here.” At Disney we recognize the hard work, dedication and loyalty it takes to serve your country honorably, no matter what point and time in your life it may be. Our veterans and their families have given so much to us, and we want to continue to give back. Through this initiative, we are committed to continuing the outreach efforts we began in 2004, and building upon them. Our goal is to add more volunteer opportunities, and financial sponsorship to support veterans’ education. We are also committed to more recruitment outreach, through “Casting Our Veterans,” which we hope will provide you a way to explore a new chapter in your personal career story.
Hire a Hero: Since 2006, the Armed Forces Support Foundation, a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization, has provided online media resources committed to assisting our armed service men, women and spouses transitioning back into civilian world. Our Flagship program, Hire A Hero; an online job board and employment resources, has been recognized by both Time Magazine, for being the top 21 ways to “Fix America” and Infoworld Magazine as one of the top 100 websites in the world for creative and effective merging of business and technical solutions for veterans. The Hire A Hero community has 337,000 registered members and candidate profiles and in excess of 2 Million unique visitors to Hire a Hero.
Honor, Courage, Commitment: Serial Entrepreneur who is passionate about helping veterans become entrepreneurs to combat the recession.
In Career Gear: A nonprofit organization created by Military Spouses for Military Spouses past and present. We provide a free forum for professional development, community support, information sharing, and networking to address the unique challenges faced by the career-minded Military Spouses.
INC Military Entrepreneurs Program: Inc. launched the Military Entrepreneur’s Program to educate, mentor, and inform service members and their families about entrepreneurship. Applications are in the early fall for the October conference The Grow-Co Applications are due in the early spring for the April conference.The Inc. Military Entrepreneurs Program will continue efforts after a successful inaugural year in 2011. The Military Entrepreneurs will meet with Inc. 5000 CEOs to get personalized advice on their business model and personal goals. Join the Inc. Military Entrepreneurs community by applying to attend the mentoring fair. A special delegation of entrepreneurs will be selected to stay for their entire conference to learn and network with the country’s leading business men and women.
Also see Retirement and EAS’ing the Marine Corps for specific training programs into the civilian world.