We understand that in order to have a successful transition back into civilian life, finding a job may be one of the biggest obstacles you face. We are encouraging you to get enrolled in school, get the health care you deserve, and connect with friends and family. These things are difficult to do when you are worried about paying rent and having reliable transportation.
You may also be facing employers that do not appreciate what you have done for our country. An employer's dislike for the war may sometimes translate into a dislike for you or you may be competing with your high school peers from four years ago that have gone off to college and now have a degree.
One of our goals is to give you the assistance needed to overcome these obstacles and find a job where your experience in the military will be appreciated as something that sets you apart from the other applicants in a positive way.
We are working on accomplishing this goal by helping you write your resume, advising you in your career choices, training you for you interviews, providing a free resume listing and job search resource, and creating a networking environment on this website.