Los Angeles County Veteran's Internship Program
The program is administered by the County of Los Angeles Department of Human Resources and provides paid internships for qualified veterans of the Armed Forces of the United States. The internships were designed to afford veterans with on-the-job training and work experience with the County of Los Angeles that will enable them to effectively compete for permanent County jobs.
CalVet Employment Opportunities
CalVet connects veterans to Federal, State and Local employment opportunities. The employers listed on CalVet have expressed a specific interest in recruiting veterans.
VetJobs makes it easy to reach transitioning military, National Guard, Reserve Component Members and veterans that have separated over the last several decades and are now productive members of the civilian work force in all disciplines, and their family members. VetJobs is a leading source for candidates with security clearances!
This site is a military hiring network. It helps connect veterans of America's armed forces with employers who value their experience and skills.
IDEAL Military Hire
IDEAL Military Hire provides transitioning veterans and their families with career tools and resources to assist them during the transitioning process to civilian life.
San Fernando Valley Veterans Employment Committee
The San Fernando Valley Veterans Employment Committee is an all-volunteer organization that works in partnership with various federal and state agencies, employers, training institutions and non-profit entities. They help veterans, their spouses and children with employment referrals, career development, and access to suitable (transitional) housing, medical assistance and supportive services. Employment is their focus.
Serve as a poll-worker on Election Day and receive $80 to $100 plus $25 to attend a training session.
Provide free one on one career counseling, including training programs, EDD on site services, computer training, employment preparation workshops, access to job leads plus free use of tools such as child watch (3 hours per day), computer and printers, internet access, phones, fax, copy machines and more.
Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment Services (VR&E)
The VR&E Vet Success Program assists veterans with service-connected disabilities to prepare for, find, and keep suitable jobs. For veterans with service-connected disabilities so severe that they cannot immediately consider work, Vet Success offers services to improve their ability to live as independently as possible.
Employment Development Department
Services can include counseling, labor market information, job referrals, job search workshops, and job development with potential employers. All veterans are eligible for the Veterans Intensive Program. Special assistance is available for veterans with service connected disabilities.
Veterans Job Bank
The Veterans Job Bank powered by NRD.gov provides Veterans with a central source for identifying Veteran-committed employment opportunities and assists America’s employers in identifying qualified Veterans. It facilitates access to hundreds of thousands of private-sector job openings specifically targeted at Veterans.
City of Los Angeles Community Development Department
The Los Angeles Community Development Department-Workforce Development Division provides veterans who have been released within the past 48 months from the military with complete vocational assessments, a personalized career consultation and planning and a guaranteed job placement among other services for those who may be eligible. A copy of the DD-214 form is required.
Hire Heroes USA
Hire Heroes USA is dedicated to creating job opportunities for US military veterans and their spouses through personalized employment training and corporate engagement. Services are provided at no cost to veterans.
Jewish Vocational Services (JVS) of Los Angeles
JVS Veterans First provides the following services: Professional career coaching to navigate the civilian business and workplace culture; Assessments to help identify transferable skills for civilian jobs; Job placement assistance and Veterans Job Club; Referrals to other VET programs to maximize VET benefits and other services; and Occupational skills retraining.
Veteran Gold Card
The Veteran Gold Card provides post-9/11 veterans with extra support as they transition out of the military. Once a veteran has downloaded the Veteran Gold Card, he or she can access six months of personalized case management, assessments and counseling at the roughly 3,000 One-Stop Career Centers located across the country.
My Next Move
My Next Move for Veterans is an easy-to-use online tool created by the Department of Labor that allows veterans to enter information about their experience and skills in the field, and match it with civilian careers that put that experience to use. The site also includes information about salaries, apprenticeships, and other related education and training programs.
eBenefits is a portal; a central location for veterans, service members, and their families to research, find, access, and, in time, manage their benefits and personal information. It offers a personalized workspace called My Dashboard that provides quick access to eBenefits tools were veterans can apply for benefits, download the DD 214, and view benefits status, in addition to other actions as needed.
Milicruit is a virtual recruitment center where service members, veterans, and military spouses can meet and interact with military friendly employers in real time. It offers the opportunity to visit employer booths, view/apply for jobs, chat with recruiters during career fairs, and email them directly off hours or in between event days.
Career One-Stop Veterans Resources
This is a re-employment, one-stop location site for employment, training and financial help after military service.