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When you leave military service behind, the transition to civilian life can often be turbulent. From understanding how your military skills translate to the civilian world, to facing the world of resumes and stressful interviews, the VFW's Transition and Employment services are committed to providing all service members and veterans with the resources and assistance they need to find a job befitting of their skills and military service. Knowing what civilian employers are looking for helps the VFW provide you with resume and interview tips that really work. We're dedicated to providing you with key resources and services designed specifically to help you find meaningful work!
From Department of New York VFW State Commander Michael Hoag on observing Patriot Day and National Day of Service and Remembrance
Veterans of Foreign Wars, District 5 CMDR Scott Cox and Sr Vice Paul Hrynio Sr. bring the VFW for the first time to the State Fair
The Dwyer Family along with Elected Officials and Rocky Point VFW Post 6249 gathered to unveil the Joesph P. Dwyer Statue in Rocky Point, NY
Persons interested in applying for this position should forward an up-to-date resume, cover letter and a copy of their DD-214 which shows eligibility to the Veterans of Foreign Wars via e-mail to Robert J. Mitchell, State Adjutant, at email@example.com Department of New York Veterans of Foreign Wars. Resumes must be received by the close of business September 15, 2021