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Employment Support Resources

There are many resources to help you in your search for employment, from help preparing a resume to networking sources to veteran job search assistance programs. For a handy list of resources download the Job Search Tool Kit and be on your way to finding a new job!

 

Azule Staffing

Azule was formed in 2012 with the goal of putting veterans to work in lucrative, rewarding vocations outside the military with a corporate goal of 80% of our placements being veterans. Azule also works with military spouses and families.

More Info: Website

 

Compass Point

Compass Point will help you find a job in healthcare at one of the 240 Good Samaritan Health Care, long-term care facilities or another partner healthcare facility.

More Info: Flyer and Program Description

 

Employment Action Center

Over the past five years, the Jobs for Veterans program has served over 1,500 veterans from every branch of the military by helping them to find employment.

More Info: Website

 

Enable America

Enable America is a nonprofit organization dedicated to assisting people with disabilities re-enter the workforce and educating the public. Enable America's VetConnect program assists seriously wounded warriors in the recovery and rehabilitation process by providing mentoring and wellness programs as well as assisting with community reintegration and providing employment assistance. 

More Info: Website

 

Employment Training Resource Opportunities

Take advantage of the many training events located across the state to prepare job seekers for job fairs.

More Info: Website

 

Hilton HHonors Program

Veterans traveling to Minnesota, or to a different region within the state to search for employment or housing, can access free hotel accommodations through the Hilton HHonors program.
More Info: Website

 

Hiring Our Heroes Wounded Veteran and Caregiver Program
Hiring Our Heroes Wounded Veteran and Caregiver Program assists clients who are engaged and actively participating in their own job search, but may not know where to begin or need a hand along the way.

More Info: Flyer

 

Hubert H. Humphrey Job Corps
Job Corps has partnered with the Veterans Employment & Training Service to offer Veterans between the ages of 16 to 24 free training and support to transition into a career.

More Info: Flyer and Website

 

GIJobs.com

Military to Civilian Pay Calculator, 10 Ways to Civilianize Your Resume, Making a First Impression and links to employers, including Verizon, looking to hire job-seeking Servicemembers - just a few resources to be found at GIJobs.com.

More Info: Website

 

How to Prepare for a Job Fair

Learn what you need to do to get the attention of recruiters and get your resume in an employer's hands.

More Info: Website

 

Minneapolis Job Support Workshop

This non-profit organization is dedicated to helping individuals be more successful in their job search and career development. The moderator and workshop instructors are human resource professionals, career consultants and experienced executives.

More Info: Website

Contact: Dave Rickert (ret. Navy Cpt.) 763-421-2029

 

MyMilitary GPS LifePlan
Helps Veterans, Servicemembers and their families set goals and design plans that will lead them to the success they desire. There is no starting or ending place; you can determine which areas are most important for your needs. There are five areas of the MyMilitary GPS LifePlan: Career, education, finance, leadership and personal.

More Info: Website

 

Veterans Employment Initiative

On Nov. 9, 2009, President Barrack Obama signed Executive Order 13518. This order established the Veterans Employment Initiative, which aims to align Servicemembers with job opportunities in the Federal Government.

More Info: Website

 

Veterans Employment Representatives

Are located across the state in Minnesota‚Äôs 49 WorkForce Centers. They offer one-to-one assistance to eligible Veterans in areas such as skill identification and assessment, resume writing, interview preparation and a variety of job search and training services.  They also offer several very effective workshops and seminars on a variety of job search topics.

More Info: Website 

 

Veterans Gold Card Employment Program

Program designed to give post-9/11 veterans one-on-one career counseling and job-search assistance for up to six months. Simply print out a Gold Card and visit the nearest One-Stop Career Center.

More Info: Website

 

 

 

 

 

 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 July 2015 08:50