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Our Veterans' Employment and Training Service supported hundreds of thousands of veterans and their families in 2022
Navigating military transition while outside the continental U.S. can be extremely challenging - but we can help.
How our IT hub helps support tools that connect veterans and their families with career training and good jobs.
Marine Corps 1st Sgt. Aubrey Wrenn was ready to retire and work as a civilian.
Harbor Care, our grantee, is on a mission to end veteran housing insecurity in New Hampshire. We recently spoke with former client, Army veteran Wade Thompson, to see how his life changed through the support he received.
A great career with competitive wages doesn't always have to include college.
When the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Operations and Management, Margarita Devlin, visited the Boston Region Department of Labor Veterans’ Employment and Training Service team, it was clear their sense of teamwork contributed immensely to their success. The Boston Region Department of Labor Veteran Employment and Training Services team is committed to doing everything they can to ensure that veterans can enjoy long-term employment and a better quality of life.
For Air Force veteran Lane Dyer, giving back to the veteran community is more than just a job; it’s a passion.
Every year, more than 200,000 service members transition out of the military. The transition experience can be full of unknowns and unexpected emotions. A common transition concern for many service members is how to find a new professional identity and navigate the civilian job world.
The last time we spoke with Anthony and Yasmin, they were eagerly anticipating Anthony’s separation from service and working to complete their pre-apprenticeship program. We checked in to see how they're doing in their Registered Apprenticeship programs.