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Employer Reference Desk: Veterans with Disabilities in the Workplace

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Resources and incentives to help employers hire veterans with service connected disabilities.

Navigating Government Benefits & Employment: A Guidebook for Veterans with Disabilities

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In response to a need for more easily accessible and organized information on governmental benefits available to veterans and their families, the Institute for Veterans and Military Families  at Syracuse University (IVMF), in collaboration with…

From Battlefield to Classroom: Findings, Barriers, and Pathways to Engineering for U.S. Servicemembers

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This report identifies veterans' interests and aspirations for technical and engineering higher education, explores the likelihood that veterans will pursue an engineering program, and suggests assessment tools for profiling veteran engineering…

Veterans Talent Index: Insights and Analysis from Veteran Professionals, Recruiters and Hiring Managers

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The Veterans Talent Index includes a comprehensive analysis of transitioning military service members, veterans and their employers. The three indices include: the Veteran Career Confidence Index; the Veteran Job Search Activity Index; and the…

Hiring Heroes: Employer Perceptions, Preferences, and Hiring Practices Related to U.S. Military Personnel

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The aim of this research is to better understand employer perceptions, preferences, and hiring practices regarding military personnel, and to provide useful information to those helping service personnel transition into civilian work.

Returning From Service: College and Careers for Veterans with Disabilities

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This publication synthesizes key issues to consider and interventions to explore to help postsecondary institutions make their programs more welcoming and accessible to veterans returning to school after sustaining injuries during service.

Show-Me Heroes

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Missouri's Show-Me Heroes program was established by Gov. Nixon in 2010 to expand employment opportunities for Missouri's military veterans and spouses.