Careers and Employment
In partnership with the United States Department of Labor
We can support you in all stages of your job search—from returning to work with a service-connected disability, to getting more training for new job opportunities, to starting or growing your own business. And, we can connect you with Department of Labor resources for more career advice, help building your resume, and access to employers who want to hire Veterans and military spouses. Find out how you can get the help you need to build your career and find the right job or business opportunity for you.
Are you homeless or at risk of becoming homeless?
VA may be able to help.
We offer many programs and services—including education and job training—to support Veterans who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Find the support you need:
- Contact your local VA medical center for help getting connected with services you may qualify for in your community. Find the nearest VA medical center.
- Call the National Call Center for Homeless Veterans at 1-877-4AID-VET (1-877-424-3838) for help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
- Chat online with a trained VA staff member.
- Get job-placement help from a Community Employment Coordinator (CEC).
We can also connect you with other non-VA resources in your community.
If you’re a female Veteran, you can contact your local VA medical center and ask for the Women Veterans Program Manager for help getting housing, health care, and other benefits. Contact your closest VA medical center.