« View all headlines
Read story - 2 comments
Virtual Job Scout connects veterans, transitioning servicemembers and spouses with recruiters from Fortune 500 companies and other businesses.
Read story - 0 comments
Legion says veterans preference needs to remain in place to help veterans compete with civilians in the job market.
Read story - 1 comment
Teaching certification organization is looking for veterans and servicemembers who wish to continue serving their country as educators to low-income students.
Department looks to build on success of May hiring event by hosting more veterans opportunities this month.
Legion's credentialing working group meets in D.C. office ahead of February summit.
Hiring Our Heroes event welcomes Amtrak, CSX and Norfolk Southern to Indianapolis.
Senate measure would restore federally funded veterans job-search specialists who were cut in April.
Experts from the industry will help VOSBs and SDVOSBs draft GSA Schedule proposals, Oct. 28-29, in the Legion's Washington office.
Legion Department of Texas to host free hiring event on Sept. 24 for veterans, servicemembers and spouses.
The American Legion hosted a two-day small business workshop for veterans and servicemembers.
Veteran-friendly businesses and individuals recognized at the Legion’s 96th national convention
UPS' vice president of U.S. Operations tells national convention that his company''s veteran employees are an investment paying dividends.
Legion had key role in developing online platform that computes benefit totals and education value for student veterans.
At a dinner event during its national convention, The American Legion helped soldiers and Marines prepare for civilian life.
USAA senior vice president offers a simple recipe to guide employers who want to hire veterans.
Hiring Our Heroes event in Charlotte one of many national convention activities aimed at helping military personnel shift into civilian careers.
Veterans, higher education and government officials collaborate at the Legion’s Education Syposium during national convention.
About 70 veterans, servicemembers and spouses gathered for the Legion's Employment & Empowerment Summit to receive job-search advice from renowned veteran friendly employers.
Veterans Employment & Education Commission meeting at national convention featured a panel that examined challenges transitioning servicemembers encounter and how Legionnaires can help.
Telecommunications company will attend convention job fair, hope to recruit veterans into certified field technician training program.
Nearly 90 veteran-friendly employers expected to be on hand Aug. 26, accepting résumés from attendees and even interviewing on the spot.
CSX Corporation, the rail transportation giant and reputed military employer, will have a significant role at the Legion's 96th National Convention in Charlotte, N.C.
Global security giant will bring its renowned support for veterans to American Legion's 96th National Convention in Charlotte, N.C.
National convention event will bring together key officials from higher education and government agencies, and most importantly student veterans themselves.
Employment and Empowerment Summit will offer two days worth of job skills training and employment opportunities to veterans and servicemembers at national convention.
Legion will sponsor 25 career fairs nationwide, including the organization's own job fair at national convention.
Legion-StreetShares initiative focused on providing loans to veteran-owned small businesses.
The Department of Ilinois will conduct a hiring fair for veterans, military personnel and their spouses during the department convention in Springield, Ill.
The Legion will be hosting a booth and conducting outreach efforts at the annual VETS14 conference, June 16-19, in Reno, Nev.