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Veteran Services: Jobs

Jobs

When you leave the military, the biggest question is "what's next?" It's a scary job market right now, but the skills you've received in the military make you highly marketable. The Legion sponsors dozens of veterans hiring fairs each year, and our employment experts also provide tips to writing resumes, networking and making a strong impression in the interview process.

News

Credentialing efforts recognized

First Lady Michelle Obama expected to mention Legion's credentialing, licensing efforts during address to National Governors Association.

An end to veteran homelessness in sight

Despite current and forecast fiscal challenges, ending homelessness among veterans is still an achievable goal, said Legion roundtable participants.

50 employers, 500 job seekers at hiring fair

With cuts, hiring freezes looming, fewer federal recruiters appear at Legion/RecruitMilitary career fair; law-enforcement agencies, colleges and universities, and financial institutions well represented.

Credentialing roundtable to focus on states

Washington Conference event to explore ways to improve credentialing opportunities for veterans at the state level.

VOSBs need process that ‘makes more sense’

Legion-hosted entrepreneur groups seek a VA that is ‘helping, not hurting’ veteran owned small businesses.

Confronting veteran homelessness

Homeless Veterans Roundtable will bring homeless veterans topic to forefront of Washington Conference.

D.C. office to host business task force meeting

Legion to connect its Small Business Task Force with VET-Force at a meeting on policy.

Washington Conference invites vet entrepreneurs

Registration open for Legion’s annual Small Business Task Force Business Conference.

Job-seekers invited to Washington Conference

Veterans welcome to attend Legion and RecruitMilitary career fair in February.

Boots on the ground for D.C.’s homeless vets

Washington office staff, Post 1 Legionnaires donate winter gear to homeless vets.

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