Find the resources you need as you transition from the military to a civilian career, identify programs and workplace supports for wounded warriors, and learn more about employment rights, protections, and responsibilities.
This agency's mission is "to maximize the availability, applicability, and usability of all administration small business programs for Veterans, Service-Disabled Veterans, Reserve Component Members, and their Dependents or Survivors."
Provides resources to assist veterans to "Prepare them to Obtain Meaningful Careers, Maximize their Employment Opportunities, and Protect their Employment Rights."
Get assistance from the VA in finding employment. Jobs are posted by employers on this site as well.
A recently updated guide that points veterans to resources to help their businesses succeed. It is very robust and contains information from generating business ideas to expanding an already established business. It is very helpful for veteran entrepreneurs.
DAV provides information for veterans, and their family, who are looking to become entrepreneurs. It guides visitors to agencies, tutorials, and training information to start their business.
A guide that outlines the steps veterans needs to take to get a successful company off the ground. This site guides users to a wealth of information to help veterans find funding, legal help, and benefits offered by the VA.
The Department of Defense (DoD) has undertaken an outreach effort to identify small businesses owned and controlled by veterans and service-disabled veterans. The DoD outreach effort aims to improve prime and subcontracting opportunities for veteran and service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses. The DoD believes that the sacrifices made by veterans in the service of our country need to be recognized at all levels of government. The Defense Department is committed to make the maximum practicable prime and subcontracting opportunities available to such firms.