PCC has many resources to help our veterans seek jobs in the civilian sector. There are several programs that you can take advantage of and online resources here that can help with networking and finding a career.
This is a resource center and club on campus for veterans. We recommend Half of Us, which is an excellent resource and support tool for making the transition from the military to the college environment.
This is a guidebook including job search tools, unique job search challenges faced by veterans, and various vocational rehabilitation programs for vets.
Visit this page to learn how to apply for benefits, find schools and colleges, find “success stories”, submit questions, etc.
Come here for information and numerous links to assist you in obtaining GI Bill benefits from Military.com.
Input your MOC or job title on this site and it will help you translate those skills to relevant civilian tasks.
This is a comprehensive site with financial, lifestyle, and career related information.
An all-expense paid one-year residential demonstration project for veterans aged 20-24. Offering intensive training in more than 100 career areas including green jobs, advanced manufacturing, automotive and machine repair, and construction.
Visit for information about the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act that is designed to protect civilian jobs and benefits you might've left to perform military service.
This site offers resume posting, career advice, military skill code translator, relocation assistance, company profile pages, newsletters, and more!
Excellent and extensive information about reentering the workforce after a military career.
This program from the US Department of Education and the US Department of Defense to help veterans transition into positions in the field of education.
This program from the United Association of Plumbers, Pipefitters, and SprinklerFitters (UA) provides accelerated training for veterans who want to become plumbers and pipefitters.