As a veteran, you are part of a unique population. Unlike many traditional college students, you have already had training and job experience in the military. However, it may not be easy to connect those experiences with potential majors and future job targets. We recognize that the transition from the military to college and civilian life can present challenges. Below you will find helpful information about civilian and federal resumes, transition assistance, and job postings specifically for veterans. Please explore the useful links and documents on this webpage for more information.
Job search advice, veteran-to-civilian resumes, interviewing and networking tips.
A career and job exploration website dedicated to the specific needs of veterans.
Translate your military skills, experience and training to find career opportunities that best align with your capabilities.
A website that will allow veterans to match their military experience to civilian jobs, learn about skills, careers, wages, and get help as they transition from military to civilian life.
This site is the result of a collaboration between the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and the Department of Defense (DOD). We serve Veterans, Service members, Wounded Warriors, their family members, and their authorized caregivers.
Kaiser is committed to your professional future and provide you with the resources and training you need to continue to grow and succeed. Competitive compensation and benefits support your physical and financial health. View the medical and non-medical related opportunities available to veterans through Kaiser Permanente.
Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI) is the largest military job placement firm in the U.S. We help employers hire military for their civilian positions, and provide military job placement services to job seekers who are undergoing military transition, and job seekers with military experience who have worked in the civilian sector.
The skills developed as a service member are truly valuable and in high demand, but describing those skills to a prospective employer can be difficult. This site can help!