We are always expanding the VetCV Resource Library to help you Navigate Quickly to resources and tools you will find useful from time to time.
The list will grow over time but if you have any suggestions, let us know. Take a deeper look at these VetCV Tools by clicking on the Download or Learn More buttons.
The VA Benefits and Services course is now available online through TAPevents.org to transitioning service members, Veterans, family members, and caregivers. You do not need to be on a CAC-enabled device to access the course.
This is a short two page PDF quick read to understand and manage your expectations when you are faced with change. It puts the process into perspective and enforces the fact that we all go through these six stages when we manage change. It's a normal process for all of us but seeing it and understanding it will make you feel much better about it. Plus, you can use this tool to help manage others expectations too.
Here are a few sample questions you should be ready to answer in an interview. We've even included few sample answers too.
Being prepared also includes asking great questions as well. Remember to do your Recon on not only the company but also on key employees and even leadership. Here are some samples to get you started.
We are always negotiating! We have summarized a few key insights and tactics you should know about when negotiating your salary, a business deal, or even with your spouse or teenager! Download the VetCV Negotiation Primer, scan it and try a few methods as practice so they become Muscle Memory when you need them.
Check out DoDSKILLBRIDGE if you are looking for your next career step after your military Service, especially if you are within 180 days of transition. They will help you find opportunities to participate in training and development with industry and employers who are seeking the high-quality skills that you bring to the table. Learn more here >>
An extremely powerful resource for information and resources vetted by the Department of Defense. connecting you to programs, services and products developed to help you navigate military life. Explore the links to the benefits found throughout the Military OneSource website.
The O*NET Program is the nation's primary source of occupational information. Use the O*NET information to quickly crosswalk your MOC to a potential civilian equivalent job category and details to help people find the training and jobs they need. We strongly encourage you to take a look at this powerful resource!
This is the main DoD Credentialing Opportunities On-Line site. Each branch of the military Service (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard) and DoD Civilians have their own COOL website and respective links here, designed expressly for them. See How is COOL Organized for links and more information. Learn more here >>
The NRD is a database of validated resources that supports recovery, rehabilitation, and reintegration for service members, veterans, family members, and caregivers. We strongly encourage you to take a look at this powerful resource!