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Jerome T. Stevens Housing for Homeless Veterans | job training
Jerome T. Stevens Housing for Homeless Veterans | job training

Our Employment & Training services include career counseling, training and education, job search support, and job placement. An apprenticeship or on-the-job (OTJ) training program is an effective way for veterans to use their Post-9/11 GI Bill benefit. These programs allow veterans to learn a trade rather than going through a formal education system. A veteran will enter into a free paid apprenticeship training program for a stated period of time.

When it comes to helping veterans, we don’t just work to address their immediate needs; we give them the tools to rebuild their lives, helping them to regain self-sufficiency and reconnect with their family, friends, and community. In short, as our clients tell us time and again, we save lives.

Partnership with the Center for Energy Education (C4EE)

partnership with the Center for Energy Education (C4EE)

JTS in partnership with the Center for Energy Education (C4EE) a hub for the renewable energy industry, offers a hands-on training for solar installations. C4EE is a destination for students and families to learn about renewable energy resources, and an education and training facility to provide the knowledge and skills needed to pursue a career in the growing renewable energy industry.

​The Center’s main campus has fun, educational opportunities for all ages to learn about renewable energy, discuss current climate topics, and explore healthy living options in an innovative and relaxed indoor/outdoor learning space!

​Affordable healthcare is also a great issue – according to the New Harvard-Public Citizen Study around 1.53 million veterans are uninsured and 2 million can’t afford healthcare.

We are excited to share the C4EE Online Learning. This program is dedicated to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) and Renewable Energy activities that students can participate in from home. The contents include hands-on activities, education videos, online quizzes, interactive activities, and new content uploaded weekly. The classes are taught by school teachers and industry experts.

Online Learning

Job opportunities for veterans

Entering the civilian workforce is a huge step for any member of the U.S. military—especially if you’re not quite sure what career path you want to pursue. Between taking time to network and explaining your transferable skills on a resume, job hunting is complicated enough without the added pressure of finding the right company. Luckily, you don’t need to look very far: The following organizations are actively seeking veterans to join their ranks.

Here, you’ll find 18 employers who are committed to hiring and training former service members, from companies founded by veterans, such as Enterprise Holdings, to corporations in military-adjacent industries like BAE Systems and Northrop Grumman, to the Wounded Warrior Project, a nonprofit that helps other veterans. One of them may just be the perfect company for you to begin your new career.

Jerome T. Stevens Housing for Homeless Veterans | job training

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