If you have seen a blue star in the window of a neighbor’s home it means they have a loved one deployed overseas in the military. And, if you have seen a Gold Star that means that their loved one provided the ultimate measure of devotion to their country. Respectfully, please honor the sacrifice of the families left behind and see how you can provide any assistance.
Local Veteran and ECA Board Member, Jac Charlier, has stepped forward to be a neighborhood contact for Veterans and their families.
Jac Charlier | (773) 266-1420 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Whether you’ve been retired for years or have just finished your service, rejoining the workforce can be tough. You should have access to adequate guidance and support. There are actually a lot of places you can turn to for assistance in your transition from service to career if you know where to look. This guide recommends pages only from trusted organizations and will connect you to all kinds of information, advice, tools, and programs that offer real-world help.
Proofreadingservices.com offers free resume proofreading service to veterans transitioning into the civilian workforce. Resume proofreading includes: grammar, spelling, formatting inconsistencies, word choice and sentence structure. If you are a veteran going into civilian employment from your military service, you may use this resource. The company is providing this for free as a way of thanking veterans.
Take advantage of free resume templates and guides to creating the perfect resume.
Search by job or company and find openings anywhere in the world. Compare salaries for similar positions. Check interview feedback from previous applicants.
Veterans, looking for the best college? Check here to see the top ten best colleges for Veterans.
VA values your commitment as a partner in our pledge to care for those who have "borne the battle." We have several support and service options designed with you in mind. The programs are available both in and out of your home.
The Department of Veterans Affairs has launched a new hotline — 1-855-VA-WOMEN — to receive and respond to questions from Veterans, their families and caregivers about the many VA services and resources available to women Veterans.
Learn more here.
The Internal Revenue Service is committed to providing assistance to all Veterans. We work with community and government partners to provide timely federal tax-related information to Veterans about tax credits and benefits, free tax preparation, financial education and asset-building opportunities available to Veterans.
Veterans are more likely to develop general health conditions, certain cancers, and mental illnesses than non-veterans. These conditions can also lead to poor oral health issues, such as cavities, gum disease, and other oral infections.