In today's world the computer is a incredible resource. You have access to information portals that provide you with a wealth of information, samples of how to translate your skills information so others understand what and why you can do certain things, and templates to use to package information.
Following are a list of sites you can just "click on," read the information (print it if you like), and get more from the next listing. Hopefully, you should have enough information that you will be able to write your "career" story that employers and others will read. However, if you still need more go to the side column - Learn More - on this page and learn where you might go to pull your story together, get assistance to polish your story, or discover new ways of packaging yourself so others will be excited to learn more about you.
Keep an eye on this section as we will periodically upgrade, refine, and add more resources and links.
I've tried to go through the information under Finding the Information, but its either overwhelming, confusing, doesn't fit me or I'm still lost. Are there "human resources" I can talk to?
In a word, "Yes."
In addition to your County or Tribal Veteran Service Oficer (CVSO or TVSO) in Wisconsin, or Veteran Service Officers at Veteran Service organizations in Wisconsin and around the country; you have access to veteran specialists at your nearby Job Service, Or One-Stop Employment Service, or Workforce Development Officer. The states' employment services, in most cases have a Local Veterans' Employment Representative (LVER) and/or a Disabled Veterans' Outreach Program (DVOP) specialist, often through Vocational Rehabilitation, training to work with and for you in seeking employment and/or training prior to employment.