The ability to engage in career development with communities who share parts of your identity and experience is important. Here, seek groups and local, national, and global resources to help you effectively navigate your transition to professional life during and after SPU.

Washington State Department of Veterans Affairs: 
Visit WDVA for a comprehensive list of local resources and referrals for Veterans. The resources include, but are not limited to Counseling, Education, Housing Resources, Reentry Programs, etc. Employment resources for veterans that will assist in the job search.


Veterans in Global Leadership: 
VGL is a non-profit that seeks to train, mentor and empower student veterans to become global leaders. VGL is a 12-month leadership fellowship for student veterans. VGL believes in the power of veterans to fulfill vital leadership roles across all sectors.

Veterans Administration Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment Program
The Veteran Affairs (VA) department provides various national program, resources and career opportunities. Some veterans may qualify for employment and vocational rehabilitation services.