The Department of Justice (DOJ) has a careers page that offers opportunities for qualified veterans to begin a second career with the government.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) offers job opportunities across the United States and abroad.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) provides career opportunities in more than two dozen sectors in support of the security mission.
The Career One Stop focuses on the Re-employment of veterans and offers a variety of job search tips and resources.
These well-known, but little used, veteran employment / Re-employment agencies and organizations don’t plaster the internet with job notices. Instead they expect that the individual who has an authentic interest in becoming employed will invest at least the click of a website in order to seek out those job opportunities. If you take a moment to consider this strategy you’ll find that the persons who are unwilling to take the first step toward changing their situation, are far less likely to find long-term success.
Your first step is to click on one (or more) of the highlighted links to begin the transition into your next career…are you willing to take the first step? If so, click the button and see where it takes you?