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Professional Organizations

  • American Women Veterans Foundation: Women's organization that provides a range of veteran services for female veterans and their children.
  • Army Women's Foundation: The premier center for educational excellence, the national network for today's Army women and a dynamic advocate for telling the history of Army women.
  • Feds Hire Vets: Provides federal employment information for Veterans.
  • G.I. Benefits: Educational benefits provided by the Department of Veterans Affairs.
  • Military Veterans Association of Real Estate Professionals: Organization dedicated to helping military veterans realize the dream of home ownership and building leaders as real estate agents, lenders, home inspectors, and appraisers.
  • National Association of Veterans Upward Bound (NAVUB): The professional association for Veterans Upward Bound (VUB) staff personnel. Veterans Upward Bound projects, supported by NAVUB, are dedicated to fully developing the personal potential of all U.S. military veterans, just as NAVUB is dedicated to fully developing professional staff members who work with VUB’s veterans.
  • Recruit Military: Dedicated to helping American veterans achieve their dreams: education, veteran jobs and civilian careers, new business and franchise ownership, training, and much more.
  • Society of American Military Engineers: The premier professional military engineering association.
  • Society of Hispanic Veterans: To assist veterans, their spouses and dependents, survivors and families.
  • Student Veterans of America: Provides military veterans with the resources, support, and advocacy needed in higher education and following graduation.
  • The American Legion: A patriotic veterans organization devoted to mutual helpfulness.
  • Veterans Green Jobs: Engages, transitions, and connects military veterans with meaningful employment opportunities that serve our communities and environment.
  • Veteran Mentor Network: Open to veterans and non-veterans who wish to serve as mentors. The biggest bonus for participating in this group is the free one-year job seeker subscription upgrade available to all member veterans who apply, courtesy of LinkedIn.


Dartmouth Specific Resources

Wondering how to format a post-military resume? Here are some great tips and tricks on how to explain your military experience to a civilian. It is important that you be able to clearly explain what you did, but in a way that shows your transferable skills. Visit the links below for some helpful information about creating a resume with your military information on it.