After serving their country, many U.S. military veterans start and run their own businesses.
We encourage small businesses to hire U.S. military veterans. We also encourage veterans who own or want to start a business to look into these Small Business Administration programs.
Every veteran has had experience being both a leader and a follower, of taking the initiative and also of following the chain of command.
Military veterans are great workers to hire when your business has an opening. Here are groups that will help you find candidates.
If your company is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), it may be eligible for set-asides in federal contracts.
State government agencies that help veterans access benefits, run programs related to the employment of veterans, and encourage business ownership by military veterans.
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