Posted on Nov 9, 2017
SSgt John Axtell II
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Jessica Luebke
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Work with an experienced civilian recruiter! Happy to provide more info via private message.
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PO3 Jacob Jenkins
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On my company's site we have a huge resource page from job boards to LinkedIn groups.
It can be found here, feel free to check out everything else we have to offer as well. but for resources this is what we have compiled. We will soon rank and organize them for what and how they help but for the time being at least you don't have to navigate through google. just click and see if it is what you want.
https://usveteranjobs.com/career-resources/
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SPC Margaret Higgins
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SSgt John Axtell II: I would check with one's local VA Hospital. -Margaret
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PO3 Paul F.
PO3 Paul F.
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Absolutely! Get an appointment with the VA Patient Advocate Rep at your VA clinic. He/She may know of veteran organizations in your area that help Vets find work or get into a college, among other things. You can also find similar resources at colleges and universities. Also, check your city/county jobs programs and ask to speak with their VA Rep.

While your at the VA get established with the Clinic before you need them! Even if it's only to get a checkup once a year. I waited over 30 years to do that and it took almost a year to get my first appoint with a Doc.

Good Luck, SSgt!
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