Helping Veterans Transition to Civilian Life in Indiana
INDIANA IS FULL OF OPPORTUNITIES
Past the professional sports, the arts, the lakes, trails, rivers and forests, Indiana is home to a growing base of communities and industries. We tailor our assistance to meet you and your family where you are, and show you where you can be, living and working in Indiana.
With a thriving job market and low cost of living, Indiana is an ideal place to put down roots. We help find access to multiple benefits available to veterans and their families; relocation assistance, tax deductions, tuition assistance for children of veterans, and other resources to ensure the transition to Indiana is a smooth one.
“We chose to move to Hamilton County, IN because my husband was offered a great job right out of the service. We also wanted to move here because of the great school system, the lifestyle, and all the opportunities. There are big cities to visit but also lots of countryside to enjoy boating, camping, and trails—Indiana really has it all.”
How It Works
With more than 150,000 unfilled career opportunities in Indiana, we will help you find a career that matches your specific skills and interests. We can help you stay prepared through individual assistance with resume building, interviewing, company research, question preparation, in addition to finding opportunities.
With over 550 INvets employer partners, we have a dependable network who know the value veterans can bring to their workplaces and communities. This is across a rich range of industries, manufacturing and logistics, IT healthcare and banking but including diverse fields, like motor racing, and wind turbine techs.
Veterans Jobs Indiana Industry Pathways
Health Care careers
Public Sector careers
Power Plant Operator
Banking Careers careers
Indiana is a home to rich landscapes, tight knit communities, and growing urban hubs, offering all four seasons; it is a wonderful place to call home for any veteran. Part of the INvets approach is a tailored approach to helping each veteran and their family, sharing information and access for family needs in your new community, from childcare, healthcare, and schools, through recreational and social activities.