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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.

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New Jersey hiring fair offers port jobs to veterans

Legion-sponsored event to offer special employment opportunities for veterans at the Port of New York and New Jersey.

'Vetrepreneurs' should look to Internet to raise capital

Mark L. Rockefeller, CEO of StreetShares.com and industry expert, says the new frontier of business lending is online.

Legion discusses veterans transition to civilian jobs

American Legion attends National Veteran Employment Summit in Washington, D.C., where Medal of Honor recipient Sal Giunta was keynote speaker.

Career fair brings 100 job offers to Ohio town

Hiring Our Heroes connects veterans with employers who are ready to hire in Celina, Ohio.

Nine employment obstacles veterans face

Veterans should keep in mind that their new civilian jobs will most likely be less intense and less important than their military duties.

Veteran employment summit set

The summit, held April 29-30 in Washington, will feature Medal of Honor recipient and Legionnaire Sal Giunta.

College gives special deal to Connecticut Legionnaires

Department of Connecticut launches partnership program with Goodwin College that gives Legion family members 33 percent discount in tuition.

Legion appeals for extending vet training program

Retraining program for older veterans set to expire March 31. Legion appeals for extension.

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.

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