The Army Corps of Engineers' Veterans Curation Program gives veterans five-month contracts that provide 40-hour-week salaried employment and a chance for them to pick up skills while deciding whether to go back to school or pursue full-time jobs. Unlike most other veterans transition and jobs programs, VCP gives veterans employment and a chance to adjust while making future career decisions, said Kevin Bradley, the lab manager for the Alexandria, Virginia, site. Three hours out of the 40-hour week are devoted to counseling and training on working up resumes and preparing for job interviews, he said. Read more on Military.com.
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