Veterans Employment Assistance
OCWIB with Pacific Gateway Workforce Investment Network (PGWIN), Veterans’ and community organizations, community colleges and universities to provide employment and training assistance to qualified Veterans’ towards skills and careers in high-wage, high-demand occupations including sub segments of the emerging clean energy industry, and goods movement.
e-VETS Advisor offers access to more than 11,000 services and resources at the national, state and local levels. In addition to education, job training and employment, it provides information on benefits and compensation; family and caregiver support; health; housing; homeless assistance; and transportation and travel. It integrates with the National Resource Directory (NRD), a Web-based index of services and resources collaboratively managed by the Departments of Defense, Labor and Veterans Affairs.
The e-VETS Advisor is one of a series of elaws (Employment Laws Assistance for Workers and Small Businesses) Advisors developed by DOL to help employers and employees understand federal employment laws. To access it, visit the elaws Web site. To learn more about DOL’s efforts to assist Veterans and transitioning Service Members, visit the VETS Web site
Veterans and their spouses are a priority group for enrollment into the Workforce Investment Act Program.
Services can include:
- paid and unpaid work experience such as on-the-job training
- internships, apprenticeships and job shadowing
- occupational skills training
- career guidance/counseling
- job referrals; and supportive services
If you are a recently separated Veteran (released in the last 48 months) you may qualify for a special grant that includes the above mentioned services.
For more information please call the following numbers.
(714) 241-4900 Westminster
(949) 341-8000 Irvine
(562) 296-5722 Los Alamitos
visit the Joint Forces Training Base in Los Alamitos
The SBA also offers assistance to Veterans
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