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Employers and Industry Partners


There are several ways employers can recruit Veterans for job openings in the Transportation industry.

Contact your LOCAL Department of Labor American Job Center

Nearly 2,500 American Job Centers nationally offer employers assistance connecting with and recruiting veterans. Many Centers offer resources including specialized local Veterans' Employment Representatives (LVERs) and Disabled Veterans' Outreach Program (DVOP) staff who work solely with veteran populations and can provide relevant veteran applicant referrals. To get started accessing these services, locate your local American Job Center.

Post your job openings on the following veteran’s job sites:

  • Employers can post currently offline jobs to the NLX at no-cost through your state job bank.

  • Veterans Employment Toolkit provides a variety of resources for employers, managers or supervisors, and human resource professionals. 

  • The National Resource Directory provides resources to connect wounded warriors, their families, and caregivers with those who support them.

  • The Veterans Employment Center has tools and resources for service members and veterans to help with their transition to civilian employment.

  • CareerOneStop ReEmployment Portal Resources for Veteran Employers
    Employers can use the Veterans ReEmployment Portal on CareerOneStop to help them hire veterans! 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 teamwork experience to explore civilian careers and quickly identify civilian job openings related to their prior military experience. Take two simple steps to hire a vet!

  • Wounded Warrior Project - Employer Resources 
    The Warriors to Work® team has created a series of fact sheets for employers who are hiring and providing employment opportunities to injured service members.