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Meet Pete Pritchard, a Disabled Veterans’ Outreach Program specialist in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, who shares his experiences serving veterans during the pandemic.
For 40 years, the Veterans’ Employment and Training Service has served veterans, transitioning service members and military spouses.
USMAP lets service members participate in a time-based or competency-based apprenticeship program that results in a journeyman card.
We've collected resources that can help veterans connect with rewarding opportunities as commercial drivers, a growing occupation.
How Employment Navigators can help transitioning service members and their spouses connect with good civilian jobs.
Are you a federal contractor or subcontractor? If so, it’s time to mark your calendars for VETS-4212 filing season!
Becoming a veteran-ready employer provides a tremendous return on investment. See why hiring veterans is good for business and how to get started.
In order to provide military spouses with a successful path to plan and prepare for job searches, we’ve created a new series of short, engaging workshops.