United States Department of Veterans Affairs

Employers Hiring Veterans

Veterans Opportunity to Work (VOW)

The VOW to Hire Heroes Act of 2011, provides seamless transition for Servicemembers, expands education and training opportunities for Veterans, and tax credits for employers who hire service-connected Veterans.

Fact Sheets & Reference Guides

Provides FAQs, dispelling myths, workplace accomodations,  promising practices for employment success, hiring Veterans with disabilities, disability employment laws and legal issues, tax benefits and other financial incentives related to Veterans with Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).

Vocational Educational Counseling

Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment Service provides vocational-educational counseling to veterans and certain dependents.


What Do VR&E Partners Do?

Partners provide a variety of important services in combination with the VA vocational rehabilitation program that can help with adjustment to disability in the work place, enhance self-awareness, and connect people to employers.

Who Are VR&E Partners?

The major national partners of VR&E include the Veterans Health Administration - Hospitals, Clinics, Vet Centers, Veterans Industries, the Department of Labor's Veterans Employment and Training Service (VETS), the National Veterans Employment Program, the Department of Defense Transition Assistance and Disabled Transition Assistance Programs (DTAP). These major partners have staff who are accessible to veterans and VR&E locally. VR&E staff may also enlist the help of additional state or community partners that are unique to a particular community or area.

Small Business Resources

Information on contracting with the federal government and funding of start-up small businesses.

VetSuccess API Web Service

As a registered employer on VetSuccess.gov, your company can post job vacancies automatically into the VetSuccess.gov database. Through our new VetSuccess API Web Service, employers are able to post jobs without having to complete manual entry or edits of job forms directly within VetSuccess.gov. The API Web Service reduces the time required for employers to post or edit jobs and enables nearly instant processing of additions or updates to an employer's list of opportunities within VetSuccess.gov.

With some initial set up (which may require integration assistance from your IT department) employers can integrate directly to the VetSuccess API Web Service.

If you have any questions regarding the VetSuccess.gov API Web Service please contact VetSuccess.gov technical support at VetSuccessTech.vbavaco@va.gov.


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