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ThursdayJuly 19, 2018

Why Companies Don't Hire Veterans (And What Can Vets Do About It)

Why Companies Don't Hire VeteransWhen it comes time to put your uniform away and begin transitioning into civilian life after years of military service, you may be feeling confident about your job prospects. After all, the military taught you a variety of valuable skills, including leadership and how to be a team player.You would be an asset to any employer.

Unfortunately, the unemployment rate for veterans is much higher than that of the general population. That means there could be a disconnect somewhere between the skills valued military members offer and those that civilian employers are looking for.


Free Christmas Tree Contest for Vets

Christmas Tree MarketChristmas Tree Market is hosting a giveaway in honor of veterans this season.

In recognition of the great sacrifice our soldiers and their loved ones endure, they will be offering a special Christmas decorating package to three military families.


Top Organizations Providing Vocational Support for Veterans

Flickr Official U.S. Navy Imagery Sailors re roof the home of a WWII veteran and former SeabeeWhen a soldier returns home from time spent overseas, they may have a tough time sifting through the various resources available to them. While numerous organizations exist to help veterans readjust to civilian life, there are some more helpful for returning veterans striving to establish and build careers for themselves. Here are some of today’s top organizations helping veterans with vocational support in both traditional and unique ways.


A Foreign-Born Vet’s Guide to Citizenship

Military couple and childWhat does it take to become a citizen of the United States?  Despite what you might believe, not military service.1


More Slots Available in Veterans Innovation Partnership

Veterans Innovation Partnership (VIP)In August of last year there was a exciting opportunity for Veterans who have or are in a Master’s degree program. This program is the Veterans Innovation Partnership (VIP), a new public-private alliance platform aimed at serving America’s veterans and separating service members by preparing them for diplomacy and development careers, providing education and employment resources and expertise while enhancing America’s global leadership. Last year The State Department received over 1600 applicants, with 22 VIP fellowships chosen. This year the number of fellowships will increase to 40. The following provides more detail information regarding eligibility and the application process.  


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