Veterans that have significant barriers to employment (SBE) such as disability, homelessness, or incarceration are eligible for intensive services provided by the local Disabled Veteran Outreach Program (DVOP) specialists. These services include resume preparation assistance, mock job interviews and other valuable tools to assist the veteran in gaining meaningful employment.
Indiana Department of Veteran Affairs
Find services for veterans in your area by consulting the Veterans Affairs Department website for your state.
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs provides services to help veterans and their families, including medical, education, survivors' and vocational rehabilitation and employment benefits, disability compensation, and service pensions.
References for homeless veterans on medical, substance abuse, counseling, housing and general assistance issues. Also included help on how to locate services for homeless veterans in your area.
Jobs for Veterans State Grants
The Jobs for Veterans State Grants (JVSG) program provides federal funding, through a formula grant, to 54 State Workforce Agencies (SWAs) to hire dedicated staff to provide individualized career and training-related services to veterans and eligbile persons with significant barriers to employment and to assist employers fill their workforce needs with job-seeking veterans.
Transition Time for Veterans (Interactive Tool)
This interactive tool allows veterans to estimate the preparation time required to transition from their military occupation to another one in Indiana. "Transition time," while measured in weeks of academic, technical or vocational training, is a relative measure to provide an estimate of the relative time moving from one type of job to another. This method, in effect, compares the similarity of education and training between occupations.