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Employment Services

You may be eligible for one-on-one support, counseling, and training to boost your skills and build your career through VA's Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment program, available to transitioning Servicemembers and Veterans. Family members caring for a service-disabled Veteran may also be eligible for career assistance, job training, and other services.

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Tips

  • If you are eligible, you will receive a letter confirming your eligibility and inviting you to attend an orientation at a nearby VA facility.
  • If you are not eligible for these services, you'll receive a letter from VA explaining why.
You may be eligible for VA benefits if you were discharged from active duty under any condition other than dishonorable. Some benefits may be used by active-duty Servicemembers. Spouses, children, and survivors of Veterans or Servicemembers may also be eligible for VA benefits. Consult the VA benefits booklet or visit the nearest VA regional office for more detailed information.