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Veteran Services: 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.


Women entrepreneurs flock to Washington Conference

Legion-sponsored two-day business workshop, For HEROES, proves 'extremely valuable.'

Legion offers up potential 'life-changing' day

Legion, RecruitMilitary bring dozens of potential employers face to face with veterans, military in the nation's capital.

Citigroup focused on veteran employment

Veterans, servicemembers invited to attend free Resume Writing Workshop and career fair in Washington on Thursday.

Business Task Force set to convene

Group of veteran business owners which advises the Legion will meet at Washington Conference, set advocacy priorities for 2014.

Legion to train women veteran entrepreneurs

Course designed to provide women veterans ability to identify a business opportunity, draft a business plan and launch their enterprise.

The Legion on Capitol Hill

Three-hour snapshot of The American Legion’s legislative work in Washington shows that the shortest distance to success is rarely a straight line.

Legion wants to help you find a job

Newest Legion newsletter provides monthly updates on veterans career fairs coming to your area.

Hundreds head to Hiring Our Heroes events

Veterans connect in Louisville, Detroit with employers like Verizon Wireless, Eli Lilly, the Social Security Administration and many more.

Legionnaire finds niche for veterans in workforce

Felix W. Ortiz, an Army veteran, founded Viridis Learning to place veterans in careers where their knowledge, skills and abilities will best serve them.

Your first job: Taking on less responsibility

Veterans may work for younger and less-experienced bosses in the private sector – be prepared for it and don’t take it personally.