Part: 3 Resources 46 to 56 (of 101)
Part 1: Use Your Military Benefits to Pay for School
Part 2: Scholarships, Federal Student Aid, Navigating the “New GI Bill®, and VA Quick Links
Part 3: Making Career and Education Decisions
Part 4: Making the Transition from Military Service to School
These links will be helpful for those weighing their civilian career options during or after their military career.
46. Career Command Post (CCP)
CCP specializes in bringing transitioning active duty military personnel and armed forces veterans together with civilian employers hiring for executive, managerial, professional, technical, skilled, and semi-skilled positions, from the Military Transition Group, Inc. http://www.quintcareers.com/former_military.html.
47. Vet Biz
Vet Biz is set up for veterans to start their own business. More information is available at http://www.vetbiz.gov/.
48. Patriot Express
The Small Business Association (SBA) has launched loan programs to help veterans start their own businesses. http://www.nfib.com/article/calling-all-veterans-patriot-express-wants-to-help-you-start-a-business-63818/
49. Vet Jobs
This is a great resource for veterans and employers looking to connect with veterans for specific and general careers. Jobs listed here are both government and private http://www.vetjobs.com.
50. Recruit Military
This is an excellent source to connect student veterans with jobs in corporate America http://www.recruitmilitary.com/.
HireVetsFirst is a government-backed free job search engine that includes help with resume building/writing for veterans http://www.hireveterans.com/.
52. Veteran Employment
This Veteran Employment website has partnered with Monster.com and allows veterans to search for jobs including ones that require a security clearance http://hiring.monster.com/solutions/hire-veterans.aspx.
53. Hire Veterans
The Hire Veterans website provides resume posting, archiving, and several employment opportunities for veterans http://www.hireveterans.com/.
54. Helmets to Hardhats
Helmets to Hardhats was started in 2003 to help veterans with a construction background, or those seeking to enter the field, facilitate streamlined information to construction-related careers http://www.helmetstohardhats.org/.
55. Federal Jobs Search Engine
USAjobs.gov is a government-employment database. It is set up to facilitate streamlined searches for federal jobs throughout the world http://www.usajobs.gov.
56. Vet Friends
This job database includes employers from all 50 states that are geared toward veterans seeking employment opportunities https://www.vetfriends.com/jobpagevetfriends.cfm.