|Professional Associations and Resources for Veterans
American Corporate Partners: Nationwide mentoring program dedicated to helping veterans transition from the armed services to the civilian workforce through mentoring, career counseling, and networking with professionals from some of America's finest corporations and select universities.
American Legion: Provides active duty members, veterans and their dependents support, financial assistance and opportunities.
Armed Services YMCA: Offers childcare, hospital, spouse support services, food services, computer training classes, health and wellness services, and holiday meals assistance.
Department of Veterans Affairs: Provides benefit information (such as medical, educational, home loan, pension, etc) for military veterans and their dependents
Disabled American Veterans: Dedicated to building better lives for America’s disabled veterans and their families.Grace
Under Fire: Provides support for women to re-engage as mothers, wives and daughters in civilian life.National
Guard Association: Provides National Guard representation in Washington D.C.National Military Family
Association: Dedicated to providing services to the entire military family through research, education, and legislation.
ABA Home Front: Provides legal assistance and referrals for military families.
National Veterans Foundation: Operates nation’s only toll-free helpline for all veterans and their families and provides outreach services that provide veterans and families in need with food, clothing, transportation, employment, and other essential resources.
Non-Commissioned Officers Association: The NCOA offers its members a wide range of benefits and services designed especially for enlisted service members and their families.
Professional Women Veterans Association: Promoting the growth and development of women through Special Events, a Membership Directory, Seminars & Workshops, Wellness Programs, Networking, Community Education and Entrepreneur Opportunities.
Service Women’s Action Network: Supports, defends, and empowers today’s servicewomen and women veterans of all eras, through groundbreaking advocacy initiatives and innovative, healing community programs.
Special Forces Association: Serves as the Voice for the Special Forces Community; Perpetuates Special Forces Traditions and Brotherhood; Advances the Public Image of Special Forces and Promotes the General Welfare of the Special Forces Community.
Special Operations Association: To unite all veterans who have been or are now assigned to supporting classified "Special Operations".
Student Veterans of America: Provides veterans with the resources, support, and advocacy needed to succeed in higher education and following graduation
United Service Organizations: Provides extensive programs and entertainment events to troops serving in combat, their families, our wounded warriors and their families, and families of the fallen.
USA Jobs: Federal Government Official Job Site
Vet Jobs: America’s premier job board for veterans
Veterans Family United: Providing resources for veterans, their families and friends.
Veterans of Foreign Wars: Serves war-time heroes and fights to the improve benefits for all active-duty, retired, and veteran population.
VETWOW: Informational resource and advocacy group for men and women affected by military sexual trauma
Wounded Warriors Program: To honor and empower wounded warriors.