The Vets Ready2Work Program (VR2W) was established in 2009 with the goal of supporting veterans and wounded warriors with their professional development and finding meaningful, lasting employment opportunities.
Our team of experienced and dedicated workforce specialists work directly with our program’s veterans to ensure a successful transition from the military to civilian sector. We offer services for veterans including:
Professional Career Assessment
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Job Process For Veterans
We offer a seasoned process to help veterans to obtain and retain employment while constantly paying attention to the specific needs of each veteran, considering his/her interests, skills, and career goals. Veterans in our program can expect to work through the following stages for securing employment.
1. Entry into VR2W program, following an initial meeting to ensure qualifications are met.
Career Assessment/Interest Inventory
2. Job Readiness/Development Services
Dress for success
3. Job Placement
4. Job Retention/Follow along services
Job Opportunities for Veterans
For veterans in our Vets Ready2Work program, we are proud to assist you in finding meaningful employment in some of the following fields:
IT, Communications, Contact Centers, Document Management and Conversion, Mailroom, and many more!
If you are interested in seeking employment through our Vets Ready2Work program, please contact us to learn more about these possible job opportunities.
Thank you to DAV Charitable Trust and Employees Community Fund of The Boeing Company for supporting our wounded warriors on their journey to gain sustained employment.
Resources for Veterans
Linden specializes in securing employment for wounded veterans.
For veterans in the VR2W program, new engagement opportunities will be available through our Boot Camp Job Club.
Boot Camp Job Club is a network for our VR2W veterans and program staff to discuss job related issues that affect the veteran population. Presentations on veteran job search tips and skill building will offered regularly, in addition to application assistance and job readiness and development workshops.
For the other important pieces of the employment puzzle, like transportation and clothing assistance, Linden proudly suggests contacting its following partners dependent on your needs.
Network of Champions (General Dynamics, Northrop Grumman)
Operation Renewed Hope Foundation
Concerned Black Men.