• Sep 21, 2020
  • 6:43 AM

Job Seeking Resources

Benefit Category: Federal and State

State of Nevada Veteran Employment Services, Benefits, and Additional Resources: Former Governor Brian Sandoval recommended, and the Legislature approved in 2015, the creation of a Veterans Coordinator position within the Division of Human Resource Management to help match Veterans with job opportunities at the State of Nevada. Click here to learn more about the Services, Benefits and/or Resources the State of Nevada has to offer.

Work for Warriors: Assisting veterans, service members, and their families in the employment process from start to finish to gain employment on track with their career goals. Work for Warriors assists with resumes, interview preparation, mock interviews, job placement, application assistance, and certifications, to enhance your career options

100,000 Jobs Mission: The 100,000 Jobs Mission began in 2011 as a coalition of eleven companies committed to hire 100,000 veterans by 2020. Since then, the coalition has grown to more than 160 companies that represent almost every industry in the American economy. Each company has committed to hire veterans, report their hiring number on a quarterly basis and share best practices. Together, the 100,000 Jobs Mission companies have already hired 161,752 veterans, exceeding the original goal earlier than planned. Building on this momentum, the 100,000 Jobs Mission has now doubled its commitment. In total, the companies plan to hire a total of 200,000 by 2020.

eBenefits Veterans Employment Center: Access tools and resources designed to help Veterans and transitioning Service members translate their military skills into new public or private sector careers. Learn how to identify your professional strengths, create and post résumés, achieve success in your next job, and more. Watch this tutorial to learn more about the Veterans Employment Center and how to use it.

Employment Assistance Guide for Homeless Veterans: This guide lists many resources for homeless veterans searching for employment. Homeless veterans have the same legal rights as all veterans to employment assistance, preferences in federal hiring practices, and eligibility for Departments of Veterans Affairs and Labor employment programs. However, homelessness presents unique challenges and potential obstacles.

Feds Hire VetsFeds Hire Vets is a website for Federal employment information for Veterans, transitioning military service members, their families, and Federal hiring officials.

G.I. Jobs: Our mission is to simplify the military transition experience using education and employment tools and resources to guide you to a successful career.

Homeless Veteran Supported Employment Program (HVSEP)Provides vocational assistance, job development and placement, and ongoing support to improve employment outcomes among homeless Veterans and Veterans at-risk of homelessness. Formerly homeless Veterans who have been trained as Vocational Rehabilitation Specialists (VRSs) provide these services.

Stars and Stripes Veteran Job Center: A dedicated job center that features employers who seek former military members.

U.S. Department of Labor Veterans’ Employment and Training Services (VETS): VETS serves America’s veterans and separating service members by preparing them for meaningful careers, providing employment resources and expertise, and protecting their employment rights.

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Google’s Vets Resume Builder

USAJOBS: As a part of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM), USAJOBS helps recruit, retain, and honor a world-class government workforce for the American people.

Rider University: Online’s Military Skills Transition resource aims to assist veterans and active service members adjust to post-service life and translate their skills learned in service into those that will be helpful in the civilian workforceIt also lists resources for educational grants and tuition assistance, as well as veteran employment resources.