Business USA aims to make it easier than ever for small business owners by providing a centralized, one-stop platform for businesses to access services that help them grow and hire.
GI Jobs provides a transition readiness quiz, along with other resources. The website also features a hub for education options.
Military.com taps into the power of 3.6 million veteran-owned businesses to develop small businesses.
National Veteran-Owned Business Association (NaVOBA) provides general information to veterans in business following transition. This association also publishes Vetrepreneur magazine.
Recruit Military is the top full-service military-to-civilian recruiting firm in the United States. The website serves veterans of all ranks, rates and branches. It provides a job board, resume writing services, an education center, career guide, opportunity expos and more.
United States Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) provides valuable information on VA implemented programs and coordinates for veteran-owned small businesses.
Veterans Business Network (VBN) is an organization of veteran business owners, executives, and entrepreneurs. Its primary goals are to develop the largest veteran-owned business database in the country and assist with transitioning veterans from military to civilian life.
VETS: Veterans’ Employment and Training Service is offered by the U.S. Department of Labor and prepares service members for their next career through providing resources and expertise, including information on available grants. VETS also aims to protect the employment rights of servicemen and women.