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Recruit and Retain Qualified Veterans

Broaden your knowledge of how and where to find Veterans - and consider instituting a few strategies to help Veterans better find you! Reflect on your on-boarding strategies and consider adding a few new elements to be inclusive of Veterans.

The table below will help you in your search for credible resources.
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Helmets to Hardhats (link opens in a new window)
Find highly qualified Veterans to work for your organization by visiting Helmets to Hardhats.

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Student Vets logo (link opens in a new window)
Student Veterans of America is another resource for companies to use to find Veteran employees.

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IWN logo (link opens in a new window)
Use Illinois workNet as a credible source to find qualified Veteran candidates.

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ONet Online logo (link opens in a new window)
Use the Military to Civilian Crosswalk to help you find the appropriate military language to incorporate into your Veteran outreach and job descriptions.

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Marines WW logo (link opens in a new window)
Here is where you will find valuabel information on hiring Wounded Warriors from the United States Marine Corps.

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Registered Apprenticeship logo (link opens in a new window)
Learn more about how your company can participate in the Department of Labor's Registered Apprenticeship training program.

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