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Caring enough…to make a difference! Veteran Representatives are available to assist job-seeking Veterans with a range of services and to assist employers with hiring qualified, skilled applicants. The Workforce Development Centers have Veteran Representatives available to assist you via email:

Priority of Service

The Jobs for Veteran’s Act (JVA) requires that veterans and eligible spouses who meet WIA eligibility requirements receive priority of services for all WIA provided services and programs.  See a WIA representative for further details.

Job Seeker Resources for Self-Service

  • JobNet (Veteran’s Preference for veterans who have been discharged from active military service.)
  • Internet Access and Job Search
  • Federal Job Listings
  • Computers for Writing Resumes

Job Seeker Assisted Services

  • Employment Service Plan
  • Labor Market Information
  • Job Skill Assessment
  • Aptitude and Interest Training
  • Resume Assistance
  • Employment Counseling
  • Job Search Workshops
  • Interview Preparation
  • Employment Application Assistance
  • State and Federal Benefits
  • Home mailings of job openings and WDC events
  • Job Referrals
  • Job Seeker Individualized Services
    Depending on your life situation, you may be eligible for one-on-one service that could include all or part of the following:

    • Development of an Employment Plan.
    • Referral to supportive services (food stamps, DVR State and Federal, Veterans Administration CVSO’s, short or long term training, TRA-TAA, dislocated worker program, etc.).

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