Veteran Jobs


April 23, 2024


The American Legion and MilitaryHire will co-host a virtual hiring fair on April 23, 2024, from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. EST. This partnership enhances our efforts to connect U.S. service members, Veterans, Military Spouses, and our valued members with meaningful employment opportunities. Hosted on Brazen, this state-of-the-art virtual career fair platform will enable easy registration, employer and candidate navigation, and interactive chat functionality. 



Participating companies and organizations include:

The American Legion, General Dynamics Missions Systems, Stadium Medical. Zeiss, Aflac, US Customs and Border Protection, AESC, Molina Healthcare, JDog, DataPath, ESS Metron, The U.S. Department of Labor, The U.S. State Department, Rocket Companies, Constellis, TekSynap, The Hershey Company, The U.S. Department of the Treasury. NCR Atleos and Trane Technologies.


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MilitaryHire partners with to offer Veteran Networking Guide

All service members must navigate the maze of transition and the process can be difficult, stressful, and confusing. Research with veterans highlights five elements that lead to success, and networking is #1 on the list.

Elements of a successful military transition according to research with veterans:

  • 86% – say that networking is important
  • 84% – recommend starting early
  • 83% – recommend having a transition plan
  • 83% – emphasize the importance of learning how to translate your skills
  • 82% – say you should remain patient


Although important, many veterans struggle with building networks prior to transition. They have some contacts but don’t purposely develop these into supportive relationships. This guidebook clarifies the purpose of networking along with specific actions to enable success. Click below to download and read the entire guide.