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MVPvets is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit endeavor connecting life science companies with veteran talent ready to bring an exceptional work ethic, a broad bandwidth of skills and an extraordinary focus in achieving business goals.


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Massachusetts, Online-Nationwide

NextOp recruits, trains, and places high-performing middle-enlisted military leaders into Industry careers in Houston.


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Texas, Online-Nationwide
North Carolina for Military Employment (NC4ME)

NC4ME is a coalition of organizations from the North Carolina’s public and private sectors working together to implement a unique, employer-centric approach to military hiring.

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North Carolina
North Texas LEAD

Connect top talent to outstanding organizations whose leaders are committed to driving diversity and inclusion.


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Onward to Opportunity (O2O)

O2O is a free, comprehensive career skills program that provides civilian career training, professional certifications, and job placement support to transitioning service members, members of the selected reserves, veterans, and military spouses.


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Operation: Job Ready Veterans (OJRV)

OJRV provides employment transition assistance and customized job placement services to Veterans and their families, allowing them to achieve their employment and career goals. OJRV services are located in Indianapolis and at other locations throughout Indiana and the Chicago area.

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Illinois, Indiana
Operator Transition Assistance Corp (OPTACorp)

Career Placement for Special Operators (and their spouses) as they transition out of the military to civilian employment.


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Florida, Online-Nationwide

Welcome to the most advanced employment alignment engine in the world. Other sites work by matching the number of certain keywords in your resume with a job posting, whereas Oplign’s Artificial Intelligence engine works by understanding the context of your education and experiences and matching them to the context of the world’s open opportunities. Align in seconds and open all the opportunities around the world.


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Orion Talent

Building on the very best of what we have built as military recruitment experts (vigorous customer service, candidate commitment, speed and accuracy), we have expanded our capabilities to help businesses overcome their greatest recruitment challenges.


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Paralyzed Veterans of America 

Paralyzed Veterans of America has been a leading advocate for quality health care, spinal cord research, VA benefits and civil rights for veterans and all people with disabilities.


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It all started with a letter written by Claire and Rev. Charles Orr, calling for the community to address the ever-increasing issue of homelessness. In response, on the night of December 8, 1983, 60 people gathered together to figure out how to help people who were experiencing homelessness in their neighborhoods. On that night, PATH was born.

The group started by distributing food and clothing to people living on the streets. As homelessness continued to grow nationwide, research revealed that Housing First—a best practice model that first connects people to permanent housing and then focuses on stabilization through voluntary supportive services, proved more effective. Now, over thirty years later, we provide services in more than 140 cities in six regions, and have more than 1,500 units of permanent supportive housing completed or in the pipeline.

Across the state, we help people find permanent housing and provide case management, medical and mental healthcare, benefits advocacy, employment training, and other services to help them maintain their homes stably. Since 2013, we have connected more than 9,000 people to permanent homes.

Our mission is to end homelessness for individuals, families, and communities. PATH envisions a world where every person has a home. Our values include creative collaborations, strategic leadership, empowerment for all, and passionate commitment.

Greater Los Angeles
Santa Barbara/ Central Coast
Greater San Diego
San Jose / Bay Area
Orange County


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Patriots Path

Patriots Path supports veterans, transitioning service members, and military spouses in finding meaningful employment opportunities by defining career goals, mapping out job search strategies, identifying opportunities, creating a marketing approach and connecting within a community to peers, mentors and coaches for continued networking and support.


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North Carolina, Online-Nationwide
Power4Vets Veteran Job Training Placement Program

Veteran Training & Placement Program

Our Mission: To help veterans start new careers in the exciting and evolving energy sector. The men and women who monitor and control the North American electric power grid are a highly specialized and highly trained group of operators who shoulder a huge responsibility. The quality of their decisions affects (1) the reliable delivery of electricity to millions of customers (2) the safety and lives of field crews and (3) the protection of multi-million dollar equipment.

At IncSys we are convinced that these important roles can and should be filled by some of the most qualified members of this country – United States Military Veterans. This conviction gave rise to the Power4Vets™ training program in 2009. This multi-faceted program is designed to match the human talent needs of America’s electric power organizations with the unique skills, experience, and knowledge of United States Military Veterans.

The Power4Vets™ helps vets find the best job openings, and we also help facilitate them for those jobs by providing relevant online coursework, online simulator training, online certification prep work, personal coaching, and individualized job placement assistance.

To date we have helped over 300 veterans start or advance their careers in the power industry.

Power4Vets graduates work at 90+ different employers nationwide. The Power4Vets network of employers is growing as companies are eager to hire our students because they have applicable military experience, world-class simulator training, and the valuable NERC RC certification.


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Project Ropa

Our Mission
Project Ropa is a nonprofit organization restoring dignity and empowering the lives of people experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles by providing clean clothes, hygiene essentials, and employment opportunities while reducing textile waste and minimizing our carbon footprint.

About Us
Project Ropa is the only nonprofit organization of its kind in Los Angeles: our mission is to restore dignity and empower the lives of people experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles by providing clean clothes, hygiene essentials, and employment opportunities while reducing textile waste and minimizing our carbon footprint.

Our retrofitted van, functioning as a mobile walk-in closet, carries hope as well as a full selection of clothes, shoes, accessories and hygiene products.

To further our mission and help break the cycle of homelessness, we provide transitional job opportunities to people with barriers to employment, including homeless and previously incarcerated individuals.


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Purepost - Be Future Ready

Purepost is a Veteran owned and operated public benefits corporation and was born out of a desire to help veterans transition to civilian life. As Purepost grew it’s skills taxonomy, we leveraged our technology to apply not only to civilian jobs, but college course work as well.

We created the first cloud-based software that fully translates previous work experience, military or civilian, into transferable hard, soft, technical skills and easy to understand job kits. We’re here to advance careers, and help companies quickly and easily bring the best talent into their workforce.

Purepost aims to reduce under-employment and churn by helping everyone understand an applicant’s capabilities through high resolution translation, while advancing the them on a path toward optimal job fit through connections to key resources in the employment ecosystem: Employers, Veteran Service Orgs, Universities and Colleges, and Job Boards.

For Jobseekers (Purepost Passport)
Receive interview prep questions, view your accumulated skills, obtain a professional work profile/resume

For Career Service Professionals (Purepost Compass)
Instantly communicate with jobseekers, quickly assemble resume books, manage support requests, and more

For Employers (Purepost Sonar)
Find skilled professionals, expedite the hiring process ,identify internal talent, reduce the potential for human bias


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Quad Cities Veteran's Network

The QCVN delivers a networking event series that meets monthly to connect transitioning service members, veterans, and their spouses to employers, mentors, and other resource providers in the Quad Cities area.


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Recruit Military

Job Search Database.


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recruiterboom is a boutique Staffing and Recruiting firm serving the Greater Boston area. We specialize in the placement of talent acquisition and recruiting candidates on a permanent, temporary, contingent and contract basis.


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Massachusetts, New Hampshire

The program is similar to a military apprenticeship program in that, upon completion, you’ll receive a certificate (from the US Department of Labor) as a Heavy Duty Truck Driver.


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San Antonio Coalition for Veterans

Our mission is to provide leadership, to connect veterans, families and caregivers with community resources to improve their lives


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Service Academy Career Conference

SACC is the only job fair exclusively for service academy alumni. SACC allows candidates to interface with a large number of companies and universities. Companies and universities are encouraged to have in-depth conversations with the candidates to evaluate their skill sets. Semi-private “interview” tables are provided at each venue. By registering in advance, the candidate has the opportunity to have his resume reviewed by the companies prior to SACC and the companies are encouraged to reach out to the candidates and invite them to their booths. It is a win-win for all involved!


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California, Florida, Texas, Virginia, Online-Nationwide

Shift is partnered with companies in major cities that take your career to the next level. Our talent development process helps you find a great fit.


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Skillbridge Program from the Department of Defense (DoD)

Information on the DoD Skillbridge Program which offers Job Training, Employment Skills Training, Apprenticeships, and Internships for eligible and authorized service members.


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SkillMil make it easy to find the job that’s best for you. When you’re ready to transition careers, Skillmil’s technology works quickly to narrow down job possibilities into a list of customized matches.


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Soldiers to Sidelines


Soldiers To Sidelines provides training and opportunities for military members to be excellent coaches in various sports so they will inspire, motivate, and encourage athletes.


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District of Columbia
South Texas Afghanistan Iraq Veterans Association

The South Texas Afghanistan Iraq Veterans Association is a non-profit organization which helps ease the transition for military members of all branches and their families from military to civilian life. Our goal is to help, advocate, educate, assist veterans to any needed resources, funding, medical care and emotional support.


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Texas Rural Water Association (TRWF) Registered Apprenticeship Program

The TRWA Registered Apprenticeship Program is a combination of On-the-Job Training (OJT) and Related Technical Instruction (RTI) in which the apprentice learns the practice, theoretical aspects and concepts of the occupation. The program is designed to enhance and prepare the apprentice to be fully qualified in multiple aspects of the water/wastewater industry. Apprentices will complete 4,000 hours of OJT and 288 hours of RTI. Upon completion of the program, each apprentice will have acquired three operator licenses: D Water or Wastewater, C Water or Wastewater and CSI. Some systems will be eligible for financial assistance.


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Texas Veterans Commission


Since 1927, the mission of the Texas Veterans Commission has been to advocate for and provide superior service to veterans that will significantly improve the quality of life for all Texas veterans, their families, and survivors.


The Texas Veterans Commission will aggressively advocate for Texas veterans, their families, and survivors.

The Texas Veterans Commission will provide quality service through eight program areas: Claims Representation and Counseling, Veterans Employment Services, Veterans Education, Veteran Entrepreneur Program, Health Care Advocacy, Veterans Mental Health Program, Women Veterans Program, and the Fund for Veterans’ Assistance.

The Texas Veterans Commission will provide quality service through a dedicated, professional, and well trained workforce.

The Texas Veterans Commission will connect with all veterans across the state, and tailor its service to meet their needs and the needs of their families and survivors.

The Texas Veterans Commission will take the lead in coordinating efforts between our eight programs and with federal, state, and local governmental offices and private organizations that provide services and assistance to veterans.

The Texas Veterans Commission will ensure that Texas veterans maintain the highest quality of life and well-being through its advocacy and dedication to veterans’ services.

We hold ourselves personally and professionally accountable to provide exemplary customer service to veterans, their families, and survivors through our core values.


Perform your duties to the highest standard and providing excellent customer service in every program area.


Provide fair, honest and objective advocacy in an ethical manner while displaying the highest standard of conduct both on and off duty.


Consistently demonstrate care, concern and understanding in every encounter with Veterans, family members and stakeholders.


Fully dedicated to develop yourself to become the best you can be in carrying out the mission of the TVC.


Working together in a positive and productive manner to accomplish the mission and goals of the agency.

The Texas Veterans Commission was created in 1927 as the State Service Office to assist veterans of the Indian wars, Spanish-American War and World War I. Our purpose has always been to act as the state appointed advocate of Texas veterans as they attempt to secure the benefits rightfully earned in exchange for their service in our nation’s armed forces.

We are able to do this through our eight program areas:

  • Claims Representation and Counseling serves veterans, their dependents and survivors, in all matters pertaining to veterans’ disability benefits and rights. It is the designated agency of the state of Texas to represent the State and its veterans before the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).
  • Veterans Education Program approves all programs for Chapter 30, 33, 35, 1606, and 1607 federal educational benefits. Through an approval process, the Texas Veterans Commission ensures that institutions and employers are in compliance with federal guidelines and are qualified to provide the type of training offered.
  • Veterans Employment Services offers employment services to Texas veterans and helps employers find qualified veteran job applicants. The goal of these services is to match veteran job seekers with the best employment opportunities available.
  • The purpose of the Veteran Entrepreneur Program (VEP) is to foster and promote veteran entrepreneurship throughout the state of Texas.  The Texas Veterans Commission, with the help of the Governor’s office and several prominent Legislators, passed Senate Bill 1476 in 2013. This allowed for the funding of a team of experienced business consultants to be available for any veteran in the state of Texas to consult with, free of charge to the veteran.
  • Fund for Veterans’ Assistance is a program that makes grants to eligible charitable organizations, local government agencies, and Veterans Service Organizations (VSOs) that provide direct services to Texas veterans and their families.
  • The Health Care Advocacy Department is a team of highly-trained Texas Veteran Commission staff, strategically positioned across the state to act as liaisons for Texas veterans in addressing issues involving Veterans Administration health care related services.
  • In collaboration with the Department of State Health Services, the Texas Veterans Commission’s Veterans Mental Health Program consists of multiple initiatives focusing on peer support, clinical mental health care access, and community collaboration.
  • The Women Veterans Program serves women veterans by helping them to obtain their benefits and services. We strive to raise awareness of women veteran contributions and services to our country and state, as well as inform and educate women veterans and their resource providers about the benefits and services to women veterans.

Through these program areas, the Texas Veterans Commission provides excellent service so that each veteran receives every benefit that they deserve. As a veteran works with our counselors, the quality of life for that veteran and their family significantly increases.

Today, Texas is leading the country by making sure each veteran is represented and cared for. The people of Texas have sent a clear message that the sacrifices made by veterans and their families are deeply appreciated, and that there is an agency that will stand by them and take care of them: the Texas Veterans Commission.


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The Commit Foundation

The COMMIT Foundation objective is to connect service members and veterans to a professional network that encourages them to widen their apertures and translate their cultivated professional skills to a meaningful career in the civilian sector. Our programs uniquely expose service members and veterans to opportunities they may never seek out due to a lack of information or confidence.

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Maryland, Montana, Texas, District of Columbia
The Department of Labor Workforce Commission

The mission is simple and straightforward – The Department of Labor Workforce Commission puts people to work.


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The K.E.Y.


What does The K.E.Y stand for?

Keep Elevating Yourself

What is The K.E.Y?

Our intent is to bring everyone together, in hopes that we can help & continue to elevate others – as we are stronger together. The K.E.Y is purely a volunteer endeavor – we DO NOT charge any of the participants who join us. We plan & facilitate events for FREE that we feel our community can benefit from.

We provide/host workshops, presentations & panels for multiple entities that support our milcommunity. We aim to raise awareness & connect our community to one another globally.


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The Posse Veterans Program

The Posse Veterans Program identifies, trains, and supports veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces interested in pursuing bachelor’s degrees at top colleges and universities.


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New York
The United States' Job and Hiring Events Calendar

A useful tool to locate upcoming events in your area and find job fairs to add to your calendar.


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Troops to Teachers

Troops to Teachers was established in 1993 to assist transitioning Service members and veterans in beginning new careers as K-12 school teachers in public, charter, and Bureau of Indian Affairs schools.


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U.S.VETS Career Development Initiative

The Career Development Initiative (CDI) provides targeted career preparation, job placement assistance and job retention services to veterans with a focus on post-9/11 Iraq and Afghanistan veterans. The program expands veteran employment opportunities by growing the network of employers willing to hire these men and women when they complete their tour of service; identifies veterans’ skill sets so that appropriate career matches can be made; directly connects veterans to private employers; tracks employment for 12 months following placement; and collaborates with other nonprofit providers to achieve the greatest number of veteran placements. CDI is a priority for U.S.VETS as it empowers at-risk veterans to become self-sufficient, reducing the likelihood that they will become homeless.


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VAUSA (Virtual Assistants)

Veteran owned organization providing opportunities for remote work.


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Vet Journey

Today, we help active-duty service members across the globe build their next career using our cutting edge platform. We offer a personalized experience complete with a curated collection of resources from the world’s largest single veterans transition resource library. Our culminating goal is to equip service members for their next big transition, whether that is in academia, as an entrepreneur, or begin their role in the private sector.


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VET TEC’s 3-5-7 formula for high technology industry success will equip Veterans with the skills and expertise needed to land a job in this field in as little as six months. Training paid by the VA, monthly housing for students during training, only one day of GI Bill entitlement needed!


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Veteran Employment Services Office (VESO)

The Veteran Employment Services Office (VESO) provides employment readiness assistance and outreach to transitioning service members, Veterans, and eligible military spouses while advocating the use of special hiring authorities, employment programs, and Veteran retention strategies to help VA become the employer of choice for Veterans and military spouses.


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Veterans CARE Project

The Veterans Coordinated Approach to Recovery and Employment (Veterans CARE) is a $5.1 million Pay for Success initiative that supports unemployed or underemployed Veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in attaining competitive, compatible employment.


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Massachusetts, New York
Veterans Center of North Texas

The Veterans Center of North Texas connects Veterans with qualified service providers that can address each Veteran’s specific needs.


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Veterans Chamber of Commerce

To holistically enrich the lives of our nation’s transitioning military, veteran, and their families across a wide spectrum of needs under our five pillars of support: Business, Employment, Education, Wellness, and Family.


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Veterans Coalition of Tarrant County

The Mission of the Veterans Coalition of Tarrant County (VETCO) is to improve the quality of life for service members, veterans, and their families.


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Veterans Curation Program

The VCP was created to process at-risk archaeological collections belonging to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Many of these collections require rehabilitation in order to meet federal standards, and the VCP employs veterans as laboratory technicians to perform this work. This includes cataloging and photographing artifacts, and cleaning, scanning, and re-housing photographs and documents, providing veterans with a valuable bridging experience from the military into the public sector.


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Arkansas, California, Georgia, Missouri, Texas, Virginia, Washington
Veterans Florida

Veterans Florida is a non-profit created by the State of Florida to help military veterans transition to civilian life and to promote Florida’s status as the nation’s most veteran-friendly state. Veterans Florida provides powerful tools for veterans to take advantage of the benefits of living and working in the Sunshine State.

Through our Career Services Program, we connect veterans with employers who are eager to hire veterans for jobs that put their particular military skills to use. We also assist veterans in creating a winning resume and preparing for job interviews. Employers receive veteran recruiting assistance and may apply for our Workforce Training Grant.

The Veterans Florida Entrepreneurship Program provides all the knowledge needed to successfully launch and operate a business. As soon as their business is up and running we keep them connected with mentors and resources.

Veterans Florida’s mission can be summed up in our theme – Your Pursuit. Our Power. – because we recognize military veterans are incredibly focused and will succeed in achieving their personal and professional goals when they take advantage of our tools and resources.


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Veterans Service Alliance of Central Texas

Our mission is to measurably improve the quality of life for Veterans by increasing awareness among our member organizations of all the resources available in our community.


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Veterans Watchmaker Initiative

VWI is an organization set up to provide training, support and referral services to the wounded veterans returning from the wars and return their dignity of purpose in a time honored craft.


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VetFriendly Jobs Initiative

Veteran Recruiting Services (VRS) is laser focused on ensuring the men and women who have worn the Nation’s uniform have access to rewarding careers when they return to civilian life.


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VetJobs is an anchor member of the VetJobs OCEAN (One Central Employment & Advancement Network) family of websites.

We are the #1 online resource for military-affiliated job seekers looking to attain a rewarding career and maximize their earnings.

Over the past 16 years, we and our sister sites have actively helped more than 63,000 military spouses, active duty military and veterans connect to high-earning careers.

What We Do

VetJobs has honed a very successful, proven method for ensuring our job seekers connect with the career opportunities they deserve.

Our approach has three parts: people, technology and education.​​​​​​​

1. People. Our people — all of whom are highly-educated veterans and military spouses themselves — get to know our jobseekers personally. They work to understand a candidate’s military service, the skills they’ve acquired and how that translates to today’s job market. We then provide personal, high-touch, free job placement support, leveraging relationships with hundreds of leading national employers.

2. Technology. After we get to know our candidates personally, we tap into a world-class technology backbone — graciously donated by IBM — which enables us to access over two million high-paying openings, donated through DirectEmployers Association, plus view applicants and track hiring outcomes the same way top employers do. Further, we track our job seekers’ progress after we place them, helping to ensure they succeed. As they progress along and advance in their career – we’re right there with them to help as needed.

3. Education. For candidates who need extra support when transitioning from the Military to the private sector, we have developed top-notch training, educational tools, career development resources and mentoring. Our training team — which includes professionals who have developed curricula for prestigious American universities — works closely with each job seeker to guarantee they’re positioned to get the job they deserve.

Our Values
We believe a big part of what sets us apart is our core values, which were deepened
through serving our country. Those values include:

Integrity – We don’t accept funding from any branches of the Military or corporate HR departments; our singular allegiance is to the jobseekers we serve.

Respect – We have the deepest respect for those who are serving, have served, and surround those wo have served; that reverance guides every decision we make.

​​​​​​​Commitment – We don’t think it’s enough to just help a veteran or spouse get a job. Nobody goes deeper, or stays involved longer, to help military-affiliated job seekers attain a rewarding career.

Focus – We have never strayed from our founding charter. If it doesn’t help active duty military, veterans or military spouses connect with a high-paying career, we won’t do it.

Efficiency – We are tirelessly devoted to ensuring every penny we spend advances our mission. Deloitte audits show that 96 cents on the dollar goes to that mission.

About the VetJobs OCEAN Family.

Chapter 1: Helping Military Spouses Thrive

The VetJobs OCEAN family had humble beginnings — founded with $323, in military housing, at the outset of the Iraq War. When Deb Kloeppel, a successful entrepreneur and senior executive at American Airlines, left her position to PCS overseas, she realized there was a need to better support the career aspirations of military spouses. She saw women and men who were accomplished, highly trained and highly educated, but suddenly found themselves living someplace very far away — because of their devotion to family and country. So, in 2004, Military Spouse Corporate Career Network (MSCCN) was born.

Chapter 2: 1 : 1 Job Placement Support for Active Duty Military and Veterans

MSCCN quickly grew to become the premiere job placement and career development facilitator for military spouses and family members. It was so successful that it inspired Deb and her husband, Rear Admiral Dan Kloeppel (U.S. Navy, ret.), to co-found CASY: Corporate America Supports You. Armed with a letter of need from the Army National Guard and startup money from Direct Employers, CASY was chartered in 2010, with the mission of providing free employment readiness, vocational training and one-on-one job placement services for National Guard, Reserves, transitioning service members and veterans of all branches of service. RADM Kloeppel — after a 36-year military career, plus 36 years as a commercial airline pilot — has gained a unique perspective on how to best support service members transitioning to the civilian workplace.

Chapter 3: Supporting Tens of Thousands, Joining Forces with VetJobs

From just under 500 job placements its first year, CASY quickly grew to become a powerhouse in helping military-affiliated job seekers connect to high paying, rewarding careers. By 2019, CASY and MSCCN had surpassed their 57,000th verified hired. It was at this point, with the financial help of Swift Transporation, that the opportunity emerged to acquire, the best-known, online military job board. One immediate impact was the addition of thousands of new applicants, now receiving our one-on-one help. With the addition of VetJobs, CASY and MSCCN had their most successful year ever in 2019, helping nearly 9,200 active duty service members, veterans, and military spouses connect to career opportunities.

To begin 2020, the VetJobs OCEAN family welcomed — powered by MSCCN, now sitting alongside, CASY.US and​​​​​​​. provides the same unparalleled career placement and advancement services to military spouses, caregivers, and military family members that MSCCN has delivered for years, as these onboarding gateways all lead to our same IBM technology, DirectEmployers Jobs, and our one-on-one assistance.


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Vetlign gets Veterans, transitioning military, and their spouses to the right job opportunities automatically, without the language, cultural, and word search barriers that plague present job searches.


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Vets In Tech

VetsinTech supports our current and returning veterans with re-integration services, and by connecting them to the national technology ecosystem. VIT is committed to bringing together a tech-specific network, resources, and programs for our veterans interested in Education, Entrepreneurship, and Employment – the 3E’s!


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Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, North Carolina, Oregon, Texas, Washington, District of Columbia
Vets Ready Employer Initiative

The Department of Workforce Development is honored to deliver critical services that help veterans achieve their employment goals.


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Vets Work Environment

VetsWork: Environment is an eleven month career development internship program for military veterans interested in the natural resources management, public lands, and environment sector.

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Alabama, Arkansas, Alaska, Georgia, Illinois, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, Oregon, South Carolina

Vets2PM uses cutting-edge curricula, training aids, and learning management system delivered by Military Veterans-turned-Civilian Project Managers to provide Veteran Clients with a familiar military foundation useful for building their civilian context on. (Program has costs that should be covered through educational assistance.  Contact your local Education Center or Veteran’s Affairs)


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Vets 4 Success helps unemployed military Veterans and their families by providing job opportunities, training, work experience, and employment support.


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Virginia Employment Commission (VEC)

Veterans from all periods of military service are eligible for job referral, job training, and job placement assistance through the Virginia Employment Commission (VEC). Veterans may access these employment services through a statewide network of VEC offices. They also work with those that are currently transitioning out of the military.


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Virginia, Online-Nationwide
Virginia Values Veterans

The Virginia Values Veterans Program is a free training and certification program for employers to help them implement nationally recognized best practices in recruiting, hiring, and retaining highly-skilled and dependable Veterans.


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