Warriors to Work FAQs
The Warriors to Work program provides warriors and their family support members with the resources and assistance needed to be successful in the civilian workforce and live financially resilient lives. Through personalized services, qualified participants may receive access to the following resources:
- Career counseling
- Goal setting assistance
- Interview preparation
- Resume writing assistance
- Military skills translation guidance
- Networking opportunities
- Job placement opportunities based on qualifications
- and much more
Absolutely, the Warriors to Work team has career counseling experts that can assist you in finding a meaningful career that suits your current jobs needs.
Yes. Family support members 18 years of age or older are eligible for support from the program.
The program matches job seekers with obtaining full-time or part-time employment. Additionally, interested and eligible participants can be connected to apprenticeships or internship opportunities.
Through collaboration and partnerships, the Warriors to Work program educates and informs employers about the transferrable skills veterans bring to the civilian workforce.
Additionally, Warriors to Work collaborates with employers across the country to:
- Facilitate productive onboarding processes
- Identify roles that are optimal and provide qualified candidates for job placement
- Reduce the stigma around combat-related injuries and veteran employment
- Develop practices to help veteran hires sustain employment and increase retention