Is There Anyone Who Helps Veterans Find Work?
Yes. The Vermont Department of Labor has trained staff composed of Veterans and non-veteran staff at their Career Resource Centers to help veterans find work. They can also provide assistance with identifying job training needs and funds for training. . If you’re a veteran looking for work, call the Career Resource Center closest to you..
- Barre Resource Center - (802) 476-2600
- Bennington Resource Center - (802) 442-6376
- Brattelboro Resource Center - (802) 254-4555
- Burlington Resource Center - (802) 863-7676
- Middlebury Resource Center - (802) 388-4921
- Morrisville Resource Center - (802) 888-4545
- Rutland Resource Center - (802) 786-5837
- St. Albans Resource Center - (802) 524-6585
- Springfield Resource Center - (802) 885-2167
What Programs Are Available to Help Disabled Veterans Find Work
The Vermont Department of Labor administers the Jobs for Veterans State Grant which provides staff to assist disabled veterans and veterans with barriers to employment, find suitable employment. The Disabled Veterans Outreach Program Representatives travel throughout the state to work with disabled veterans at any one of the 12 regional offices, including the VA at White River Junction. Drop in or call a Career Resource Center nearest you for assistance.