The resources on the right are arranged by type: Books, eBooks, articles, streaming videos and websites. These resources pertain to military veterans transitioning to civilian life. Some are specific to joining the civilian workforce.
Combat Veterans to Careers (CVC) was founded in May 2012 to serve combat veterans and their families. Since its inception, more than 955 veteran families in the area of education, employment, housing and wellness have been assisted. The Combat Veterans to Careers (CVC) has partnered with local residents, clubs, businesses, colleges and VA offices to bring combat veterans and their families “home” to a community that embraces them and provides education, understanding and meaningful employment to minimize hardships. In addition to counseling, housing, career and educational opportunities, the CVC provides veterans with opportunities to deliver services beyond themselves, which is essential in assisting veterans to successfully reconnect with others in the community.
The United States Veterans Magazine is a source that offers articles and pertinent information for returning deployed personnel as they learn to re-adjust to living with their family which may be less structured. Other topics include: Adusting to a different pace of life and work, and joining or creating a community.
MVPvets is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit endeavor connecting life science companies with veteran talent ready to bring an exceptional work ethic, a broad bandwidth of skills and an extraordinary focus in achieving business goals.
Hire Our Heroes (HOH) is a non-profit 501 C(3) organization that has connected over 100,000 veterans with civilian employment. The HOH organization provides veterans with the training resources needed so that veterans can ultimately have meaningful careers and have a better quality of life for themselves and their families. Hire Our Heroes (HOH) is a not-for-profit organization founded by veterans for veterans. HOH partners with world-class organizations to offer veterans a cost-free, best-in-class, transition experience. HOH secures employment opportunities where veteran populations can cultivate their talents, traits, and attitudes.
Military One Source is a go-to site for those who have chosen to leave the military and are looking for information to aid them in a smooth transition from military separation to a successful return to civilian life.
This website offers videos, treatment options and self-help tools as military personnel transition from active duty to civilian life. Guidance and resources are available to help those who may be having difficulties with the transition process.