Thursday, June 11, 2020

VetResources, Want to work at USAA, Amazon, Walgreens, Walmart, or VA? Ask your questions now!

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Want to work at USAA, Amazon, Walgreens, Walmart, or VA? Ask your questions now!

Amazon, USAA, Walgreens, Walmart, American Corporate Partners, Blue Star Families, LinkedIn VA and more will be answering Veteran and military spouse employment questions live on June 16th at 3PM ET. Ask your questions now and connect directly with some of the largest employers hiring Veterans.


Mentorship for Veterans with Fortune 500 companies

American Corporate Partners
Did you know you could be connected with mentors like Rupert Murdoch, George Oliver (CEO of Johnson Controls), or the Chairman of the Board of Bloomberg? American Corporate Partners (ACP) matches post 9/11 Veterans (and military spouses) with the perfect mentors including teachers, nurses, law enforcement officers, cyber security experts and human resource managers. The average starting salary for ACP proteges is $82,000! 


Have you considered working at VA? 

Have you considered working for the VA or the federal government? Veterans preference can boost your application. VA has federal employment support services for Veterans and transitioning service members seeking employment and helps demystify the federal hiring process. Learn how to match job skills and education with federal occupations. Military spouses make great VA employees too!


Get a certificate in agribusiness

The Servicemember Agricultural Vocation Education (SAVE) Farm in Manhattan, Kansas partners with academic institutions to provide Veterans and their families with hands-on agricultural training on a 308 acre working farm. The accredited curriculum provides a certificate within one year. Apply now!


Borne the Battle: Beau Higgins, leading Amazon's Military Affairs team

Marine Corps Veteran Beau Higgins retired from 25 years of service when Veteran unemployment was higher than the national average. But when Amazon pledged to hire more Veterans, Beau jumped aboard and now leads recruitment efforts with Amazon's Military Affairs team. He reflects on his service, his family's support and his work with both Amazon and the Travis Manion Foundation.



National Resource Directory
With over 1,316 resources in the Family Support Category, the NRD provides a central place online to obtain comprehensive and up-to-date information about the services and programs available nationally and in the communities where wounded, ill and injured Service members, their families and their caregivers live and work.

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