Transition Assistance Online, TAOnline.com, is the largest source of transition assistance information, jobs, and tools for today's separating military. On this career site for military veterans, service members can find the resources needed to transition from their much appreciated military service, to the perfect civilian career.
- Hire Heroes USA is dedicated to creating job opportunities for US military veterans and their spouses through personalized employment training and corporate engagement. CAP provides needs assessments, assistive technology and support services free of charge to federal employees with disabilities and wounded Service members. CAP supports federal employees throughout the employment lifecycle, including, recruitment, placement, promotion, and retention. Visit www.cap.mil to learn more.
- This is the ONET site for military. The O*NET program is the nation's primary source of occupational information. Central to the project is the O*NET database, containing information on hundreds of standardized and occupation-specific descriptors. The database also provides the basis for our Career Exploration Tools, a set of valuable assessment instruments for workers and students looking to find or change careers.
- MortgageLoan.com - comprehensive consumer guide on housing and mortgages for veterans and active military. It covers what VA loans are, its benefits, how to apply for one, special protections against foreclosure, etc.
Resource Directory - An online partnership of "shared care" providing
information on, and access to, services and resources for wounded, ill
and injured service members and veterans, their families and families
of the fallen, and those who support them from recovery and rehabilitation
to community reintegration.
Servicemembers and their families have a new resource to turn to for help. AfterDeployment.org
is a congressionally mandated pilot program that is designed for active duty,
veterans, National Guard and Reserve Soldiers and their families. AfterDeployment.org
addresses the post-deployment psychological health issues of warriors and
- Department of Labor (Veterans Section) - Military skills licensing and certification.
- Women's Research and Education Institute
- Department of Veterans Affairs - Home Page
- Department of Veterans Affairs - Medical Center - for medical information.
- Department of Veterans Affairs - Education Service - for education information.
- Morale-Welfare-Recreation - This site is provided as a public service by the US Army Community and Family Support Center.
- Defense Finance and Accounting Service
- Social Security Online - The official web site of the Social Security Administration.
- Recovery and Employment Assistance Lifelines provides veterans and transitioning service members wounded and injured as a result of the War on Terrorism, and their family members, with the resources they need to successfully transition to a rewarding career.
- CAP offers you several ways to learn about the assistive technologies available to improve your capabilities. These technologies, which can be used to maintain, increase, or improve your ability to perform your job or seek employment, are available to accommodate people with all types of disabilities, including both apparent physical disabilities as well as hidden cognitive disabilities.
- DOD Jobsearch - Clients in any of the following
categories are eligible to use this new web site.
- transitioning service members and their spouses, with the eligibility period beginning 180 days prior to, and ending 180 days after seperation or retirement.
- DOD federal civilian employees after receiving notification of a reduction-in-force or other notification of eligibility.
- Spouses of active-duty service members before or after relocating to a new duty station.
- Franchise Opportunities
- Vetrecs.archives.gov - dd-214 on line
|Page last updated May 18, 2009