Resources for Recruiting Military Men and Women

At ERE’s conference last month in Hollywood, Florida, a panel of recruiters from Sodexo, Wal-Mart, and elsewhere, as well as an employment-law attorney from Ogletree Deakins, discussed the hiring of men and women who had served in the military. Here are some of the notes jotted down from that session — websites that might be useful. Thanks to John Amodeo and HireVelocity for compiling it.

American Legion

Corporate Gray

Corporate sponsorships of the Army Reserve

GI Jobs

Helmets to Hardhats

Hire a Hero

Hire Vets First – arm of the U.S. Dept. of Labor

Marines for Life

Military Chefs

Military stars

MOA and ROA career fairs

NCOA career fairs

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Operation war fighter

Recruit Army

Recruit Military

Transition offices


Working with ESGR and its Reserve Unit Listings

Wounded warriors

5-star employer recognition


3 Comments on “Resources for Recruiting Military Men and Women

  1. Thanks Todd. A decent list, but it (curiously) omits some of the biggest and most established resources that employers utilize.

    Find out more about how to hire and retain military-experienced talent at our blog:

    In addition to great info on this subject, you’ll find links there to some of the resources omitted above.

  2. Actually,this is a very small list of the sites that are out there. I know this is just a sample, but there are hundreds of resources for hiring Veterans.

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