Veterans served our country well. You can help honor their service – and benefit your business – by employing them.
Veterans have a proven track record of dependability, teamwork, and individual problem solving from their military experience that can be put to work in your organization.
Providing jobs for Veterans is one of the most important things you can do to help those who served our country.
As a veteran myself, I know that finding
a new job can be overwhelming and challenging, but as your partner, we
will walk you through the process, connect you with resources and
opportunities as well as prepare you for the interview that will make
you competitive for high quality jobs.
to hire a veteran? Then you probably already know the many reasons that
veterans make excellent employees. Their military experience has
provided them with education, training, values, leadership skills and
Then call us at 205-834-6272 for all your veteran employee hiring needs!
Our goal is to connect transitioning U.S. military
service members, veterans and their spouses with job opportunities
through workshops, personalized career coaching and employment
preparation counseling. Our services are provided at no cost to the
transitioning service members, honorably-discharged U.S. military veterans, regardless of separation date and term of service, or spouse.
Whether you are looking for full-time or
part-time work, internships, or training opportunities, our Veteran
Programs Team is here to help. We define success as helping
transitioning service members, veterans and spouses meet or exceed their
FOR HOMELESS VETERANS:
We are dedicated to helping homeless Veterans and Veterans at risk of
homelessness secure and maintain employment leading to increased
residential and personal stability. Our goal is to afford Veterans the
opportunity to return to healthy, productive lifestyles within their own
FOR INCARCERATED VETERANS:
Veterans can sometimes run into issues with law enforcement and the criminal justice system resulting in incarceration.
Our program has been developed to meet the needs of formerly incarcerated
veterans with histories of serious mental illness and/or substance
abuse and who are homeless. Without adequate social or community supports,
they are at risk for returning to criminal behavior.
By providing transition planning and linkage to treatment programs prior
to veterans’ prison discharge, this program seeks to prevent chronic
homelessness, return to criminal behavior and relapse of mental illness
and/or substance abuse.
We provide short-term case
management, providing outreach and discharge planning until the veteran
is involved in outpatient or residential treatment and is linked to
Because this coordinated approach targets veterans immediately before
their prison release, duplication of VA services is avoided and timely
access to VA services is provided. Thus, veterans receive the supports
necessary to maximize their chances of successful community
A family member can call Pamela D. Wray at 205-834-6272 or email us a resume and a short letter explaining the types of employment you are seeking to firstname.lastname@example.org .