SBT Resource Center
Find out more about other resources and programs offered by other organizations that are useful for veterans. These will be updated frequently so make sure to check back often!
Hire The Homefront
Hire the Homefront is a non-profit program that works to connect employers with military members and their spouses who are seeking freelance opportunities. They strive to create a marketplace that allows veterans and their spouses with the opportunity to work remotely and freelance around the world.
Hiring our Heroes
Hiring our Heroes is a nationwide initiative aimed at providing veterans and their families with meaningful employment opportunities. They can provide resume help, interaction with employers and they have many job fairs that are open to the veteran community.
Feds Hire Vets
Feds Hire Vets is a career building resource focused on federal veteran employment information. It is a critical component of the Federal's Government's plan for the recruitment and employment of veterans. Their goal is to provide consistent and accurate information and useful training and other resources in a way that will inform both the applicant and hiring agent.
Federal Job Results (FJR)
Federal Job Results can help you navigate through the job search maze saving you significant time, targeting your efforts and eliminating the typical frustration most job seekers face. Armed with knowledge of job search best practices and leading edge technology FJR provides a series of steps that help you wade through the job search and make the process easier on yourself and more productive in the end. Use the link below to complete their Federal Job Results Assessment and learn more about their process.
Federal Job Results Assessment
Military Spouse Interstate License Recognition
It is the policy of the U.S. Department of Labor to reduce employment barriers and enhance career opportunities for military spouses. Many states support military spouse license recognition options by allowing for expedited applications, temporary licenses, or complete license recognition. Use their Military Spouse Interstate License Recognition Options map below to find out the rights of a military spouse.
Recruit Military provides Veterans with job opportunities through connection with employers as well as various job fairs throughout the year. They offer their services free of charge to veterans and their spouses to aid them in their job search.
Job Fair Schedule
Search thousands of jobs nationwide
Register on veteran job board to become visible to recruiters
MilitaryHire.com is a leading job and resume site for veterans, developed and maintained by a team of both military veterans and corporate hiring authorities. They provide articles and tools for resume writing, job searching and locating salary information.
List of veteran friendly employers
American Corporate Partners (ACP)
American Corporate Partners is a nationwide, non-profit organization. They offer a FREE, one on one, year long mentorship with a mentor from one of their 65+ partnering companies, most of which are Fortune 500 (21st Century Fox, AT&T, Caterpillar, Disney, The Home Depot, Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, USAA and Wells Fargo, just to name a few).
ACP’s Women’s Program offers enhanced support for female veterans, including access to women executives through exclusive networking events and monthly professional development workshops. Past workshops include Navigating and Advancing in a Male Dominated Field, and Serving up Feedback, One BITE at a Time.
This is a great program for those currently transitioning, getting ready to transition or those who have been out and need guidance in the search for their next career field. Learn more and apply today at www.acp-usa.org.
Fairygodboss is the largest career community for women, Fairygodboss provides millions of women with career connections, jobs, community advice, and hard-to-find intel about how companies treat women. They listen. They encourage. They share what they know so you can take on the world.
Roadmap to Job-Winning Military to Civilian Resumes
written by Barbara Adams and Lee Kelley
Roadmap to Job-Winning Military to Civilian Resumes provides an easy, thorough how-to guide to writing military to federal, defense contractor and corporate resumes that will help earn job interviews. This book will help you know your options, find jobs, identify your skills and write a resume that reflects those.
Your Next Mission:
A Personal Branding Guide for the Military-Civilian Transition
Your Next Mission: A Personal Branding Guide for the Military-Civilian Transition specifically addresses the gap in current tools available for the military-to-civilian transition challenge by providing a clear, and compelling guide to building a unique personal brand, evaluating career options, and providing clarity in the job search process. Containing interviews from key executives from America’s leading companies, transitioned veterans and veteran advocates, Your Next Mission provides insight, tools, and competitive advantage for the veterans’ transition to civilian life.
Business Networking for Veterans
Business Networking for Veterans is a guidebook to help make the transition between military to civilian workforce successful. It has excellent information about how to network and build the connections that are needed to succeed in civilian life. Networking is vital to the transition to civilian life and this books helps you get there!