Career Resources for Military Veterans

 
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Resource Guide for Military Veterans

Military Veteran Resource Guide- 2012 Cover

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Campus Resource

UNF Military Veterans Resource Center

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Internet Resources 

 

Jacksonville Military Veterans Coalition     
The City of Jacksonville, Department of Military Affairs, Veterans & Disabled Services, just launch a new Job for Vets website. It is designed to facilitate the connection between local employers interested in hiring our military veterans, to include members of our National Guard and Reserve Units throughout Northeast Florida

  

http://www.mynextmove.org/vets-  this site is full with interactive information that will help you decide your next move after you have served your country

http://www.taonline.com/- this website is catered to those that have previously served, it offers career tools to finding the right career, and this website also offers a list of Military Friendly Companies

http://www.militaryhire.com/- this website mission is to “Serve Those Who Served”, the way that they accomplish this is by connecting veterans with employers who value the experience and skills of veterans

http://www.gijobs.com/- this website offers many tools to help veterans transition into a civilian. They offer posting that will assist you in finding your next mission. They offer a Pay Calculator, a pay calculator can help you find out  how much civilian salary you will need to maintain your current standard of living

http://www.dol.gov/vets/- Information from the US Department of Labor on regulations, legal issues, and resources related to employment of veterans


http://www.careeronestop.org/MilitaryTransition/- career one stop have partnered up the AmericanJobCenter Network to offers employment aide to the veterans

http://www.vba.va.gov/bln/vre/ - the Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment Program assists Veterans who gotten injured while enlisted to keep suitable jobs

http://www.acap.army.mil/ - this is the army official website, it provide all the information you will need to make a successful transition to civilian life 

 

Skills translator: http://www.military.com/skills-translator/mos-translator-  this page will help you translate your military skills into a civilian skills

 

http://www.corporategray.com/- offer a list of Job Fairs, tailored to veterans, all around the country.

 

http://www.onetonline.org/crosswalk/MOC/ - Military Crosswalk by ONET: Excellent tool that allows one to enter their military job title/duties and it translates this position to civilian careers.

 

www.microsoft.com/veterans - This program is available to military veterans and veteran spouses.  WorkSource has received 700 vouchers for immediate IT skills and 300 Advanced IT skills vouchers

 

http://www.howtobecomeabountyhunter.com – this page has all the information you need if you are interested in becoming a bounty hunter

 

 http://www.coj.net- this is a list of businesses located in The Greater Jacksonville that are dedicated to providing opportunities to veterans

 

Books: 

Military Transition to Civilian Success, by Mary T. Hay, Lani H. Rorrer, James R.. Rivera, Ron & Caryl Krannich,
Find Your Federal Job Fit,
Janet M. Ruck (Author), Karol Taylor (Author)

 

 

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