Appendix O

Additional References and Information Resources

There are so many information resources available to you that the variety itself is a threat. Where do you go to get good answers and directions? We have selected a few references and sources for you so you don't have to wander through the wilderness of information.

Veteran Support and Benefits Websites

  • Military One Source: www.militaryonesource.mil
    This is a great one-stop site for all things military. If you have a question, you can probably get some direction here.
  • U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA): www.va.gov
    If you have questions about your veteran benefits, this is the place to go. The website is easy to use and it provides a wealth of detail if you want it. If you have to fill out forms to get certain benefits, you'll find those here as well.

Skills Translation

  • This site provides many career tools, but one of the most useful to you may be the crosswalk function that can help you translate your military skills into a language that employers can understand.
  • Personal Branding Resume Engine: www.resumeengine.org
    This is a new site developed by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. It is user friendly and can be helpful. However, we have tested it with a few common military skills sets to find it lacking. Still, it is new and under improvement. So, you should give it a shot.

Career Development Websites

  • Indeed is a global job search and posting site. You can search ...

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