Career Services is happy and proud to support SXU student and alumni veterans and we want to thank you for your service to our country. We want to be of service to you! Below are just some of the ways we can support you:
- Individual Career Counseling and Advising
- Walk-in appointments, Mondays and Wednesdays from 1 to 4 p.m.
- Regular appointments convenient with your schedule
- Networking Events
- Career Workshops and Programs
In addition to our in-person services, you will find a number of helpful resources below to assist you in your career development endeavours.
General Career Resources
You will find a number of general career resources to help you prepare for career and educational opportunities as a veteran student. In addition, you will find resources to assist you with adjusting to civilian life.
The Social Security Administration's Employment Tools for Veterans with Disabilities is a resource guide to help military veterans with a disability enter the workforce and find fulfilling employment
USO Pathfinder is dedicated to providing transition programs to those exiting the military including personalized assistance and powerful on-demand tools.
Hiring Our Heroes is a nationwide initiate to help veterans, transitioning service members, and military spouses find meaningful employment opportunities.
Work It Daily's Using Military Experience on a Resume is a comprehensive overview of how to include your military experience on a civilian resume.
Monster's Get Your Military Resume in Shape for a Civilian Job Search is an outline of how to utilize the military experience you have acquired to conduct a civilian job search.
Military.com has a job database that matches civilian positions to military job title and skillset.
Illinois Troops to Teachers assists transitioning service members and veterans in beginning new careers as K-12 school teachers in public, charter, and Bureau of Indian Affairs schools.
Leave No Veteran Behind is a national non-profit organization that invests in veterans to build communities through employment training, transitional jobs, and debt relief.
The Veterans Business Outreach Center at the Women's Business Development Center serves men and women who are Active Duty Members, Guard, Reserve, Veterans and their family members who want to start a business or grow an existing business.
Below you will find several job search websites that veteran students might find useful in conducting a job search.
ConnectVETS.org is a job database connecting military veterans with civilian jobs and potential employers.
The Illinois Department of Employment Security Veteran Services assists veterans in finding gainful employment and provides veterans with priority of service for employment services.
The Mission Continues empowers veterans who are adjusting to life at home to find purpose through community impact while building new skills and networks.
National Able Network is a job seeker service website with programs designed to assist job seekers from all backgrounds including military veterans with career connections, career training, and career coaching.
Veterans Housing and Employment Assistance is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing affordable housing, employment, and supportive services for veterans and their families
Helmets to Hardhats is a resource for connecting male and female veterans with building and construction careers.
Hire Heroes USA is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing veterans with career development resources and job opportunities.
USAJOBS is the Federal Government's job search database and career development resources for veterans.
The Riley Guide to Veteran Careersis a career development and job search resources for veterans including job boards and career search engines.
Visit the Resources and News for Veterans page for more information for Veterans on campus!