This page will provide information about websites that Veterans can go to for information on jobs, career resources, career fairs and resume builders.
The Career Placement Center helps our students explore and define career and educational goals that will assist them in securing employment. Our main priority is to help currently enrolled students and alumni prepare for job searching in their field of studies or secure part-time or temporary work while going to school.
Our services include:
•Resume and Cover Letter Preparation
•Job Search Assistance
•Career Interest Inventories
My Next Move
This site helps you search for a new career to help you move from military to civilian life.
Official Transition Assistance Program website operated under contract on behalf of the U.S. Department of Defense, U.S. Department of Labor, and U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. On this website you can find information on career fairs, resume information, military to civilian skills translator, and Transition Assistance Advisors (TAA’s).
Career and job sites geared especially for military personnel making the transition to civilian jobs.
Corporate Gray Online
This site links employers with transitioning and former military personnel through their Corporate Gray Series of military-to-civilian career transition books, Corporate Gray Job Fairs, and Corporate Gray Online.
Military hiring network developed and maintained by a team of both military veterans and corporate hiring authorities where former military personnel can seek careers and utilize their professional skills. Quick Career Tools: Useful information about resume writing, interview preparation, job search, education, transition resources and tips, and more.
On this website you will find a Veteran job board and important links like; Search Jobs, Build Your Resume, Network with Veterans, and Attend a Career Fair.
Careers in National Defense
Employment information for veterans interested in joining the Department of Defense civilian workforce.
The Military to Civilian by Carl Savino and Ronald Kranich