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Scholarship Directories and Finding Tools
Veterans Career Development and Job Search Resources
From the website: “We can support you in all stages of your job search—from returning to work with a service-connected disability, to getting more training for new job opportunities, to starting or growing your own business. And, we can connect you with Department of Labor resources for more career advice, help building your résumé, and access to employers who want to hire Veterans and military spouses.”
Department of Labor clearinghouse for veterans employment. This link includes numerous resources covering training, employers, guides to federal programs aiding in job placement, and news.
Helps veterans research and explore possible career paths based on experience and personal preferences
Website, blog, job listings directory, and online magazine dedicated to helping veterans develop career opportunities.
Includes a military-friendly job finder as well as industry-specific job listings, job hunting advice, networking guidance, and tips for preparing job search materials. (Several useful tools on this site under menu items.)
Joint Services Transcripts
The Joint Services Transcript (JST) provides a description of military schooling and work history in civilian language. It serves as a counseling tool for academic and career counselors in advising service members and veterans. It serves as an aid in preparing resumes and explaining Army, Coast Guard, Marine Corps, National Guard and Navy work experience to civilian employers.
Guidance from MOAA
Career guidance, events, and job boards from the Military Officers Association of America.