Veterans Campus to Careers Toolkit

For student veterans moving into the workforce
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Are you ready to go from campus to work?

General resource lists for veterans with disabilities

Employment and veterans with disabilities

  • My Next Move for Veterans: This interactive career-finding site for veterans includes a wealth of career information and veterans’ employment resources.
  • This site has a comprehensive, searchable set of employment resources for veterans and veterans with disabilities.
  • Feds Hire Vets: Learn about job opportunities for veterans in the federal government.
  • Paralyzed Veterans of America Veterans Career Program: Formerly called PAVE, this organization offers employment services assistance for veterans with disabilities.
  • Veterans Readiness and Employment (VR&E): Find free job counseling and training services for veterans with disabilities in their regions or communities. Provided by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
  • Disabled American Veterans: DAV offers a broad range of programs and services for veterans with disabilities, including the DAV Employment Program.
  • Military Skills Translator: Translate military skills and certifications into civilian terms with this handy converter from
  • Onward to Opportunity: O2O offers a wide range of free career transition services for veterans, including training, certifications, job counseling and other services.
  • Veteran and Military Transition Center: A one-stop career center for employment, training, and financial help after military service. The center also provides a wide range of free employment counseling services for veterans.

Research about employment and veterans with disabilities

Legal employment rights of veterans with disabilities

Mentoring, small business support, and internships


Seeking shelter

Planning your career

There’s room to think about how these topics relate to you in the Veteran’s Career Planning Workbook.