Your skills, your talents, your aspirations—they matter now as much as they ever did. About half of all returning veterans have a disability. Veterans with disabilities have a lot to contribute to our workforce. Our businesses need them. Our country needs them. Having a disability means that a veteran might do things a little differently, but they will do them with excellence and pride.


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The Proud, the Strong, the Many

Be proud. Employers need you!

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What Are Your Rights?

Moving from campus to career as a veteran with a disability

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Finding Your Career Path

Your interests, strengths, and aspirations

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Getting Ready

Thinking through your directions and decisions

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Workplace Learning

Apprenticeships, internships, and real-life job experience

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Getting Hired

Applying for a job as a veteran with a disability

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Getting what you need to perform at your best

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Real Life on the Job

Working with others as a veteran with a disability

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Women Veterans

Your unique issues

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Are you ready to go from campus to work?