Transition Listings

Updated October 17, 2021

This webpage is dedicated to job opportunities here in Arizona. If you are looking for a job anywhere in the nation, try the MOAA National database at this link: MOAA for Job Seekers


Know someone in a crisis?? The VA has provided a handout to help you talk to that person. Click here to see how you can help.


ATTENTION!! Congresswoman Martha McSally's office has released the Veterans’ Resource Guide for Arizona’s 2nd Congressional District. It is full of information for Southern Arizona Veterans on topics such as: Accommodation for Disabled Veterans; Employment; Financial; and Southern Arizona VA Health Care System (SAVAHCS). Click here to download the document or go to her website.


NOTICE: If you know or think you may have been exposed to asbestos while serving in the military, visit the websites,, and for more information.


NOTICE: If you served in the Southwest Asia theater of operations on or after August 2, 1990, or in Afghanistan or Djibouti on or after September 11, 2001, please read the following two documents concerning Airborne Hazards and the Open Burn Pit Registry - DraftDODFactSheet, SignedImplementation.


Periodic reminder that Vets can go on line for employment assistance through the Veterans Retraining Assistance Program here or initiate application on line at https.// For more information on the Veterans Opportunity to Work (VOW) program, the Hire Heroes Act of 2011, VRAP, high demand occupations, and application procedures, visit the website at, or call VA National Call Center toll free at 1-800-827-1000. Veterans are also encouraged to visit the nearly 3,000 One-Stop Career Centers across the nation for assistance from staff, Local Veterans Employment Representatives (LVERS), and Disabled Veterans Outreach Program (DVOP) specialists. Center locations are listed at


ACS provides many services in the Ft Huachuca area. Click here to view their latest brochure.

Is your DEERS information up to date? See this article about keeping your info up to date.



SPECIAL NOTICE: The statewide Red, White and You Hiring Fair is back for 2021 as an IN-PERSON (not virtual) 10th Annual event on November 4th. It is FREE for veterans and spouses. For statewide locations, times and registration info, click HERE and see this Flyer.

For information on the event being held in San Antonio from 9:00am to 1:00pm click HERE and to register click HERE.

For those of you in transition this is a don't miss event. There will be over 100 employers that are hiring and several veteran resource organizations to help you in your transition. This is the best hiring fair in Texas!


A new eBook entitled Hacking the Job Search: How to escape the rat race of unread résumes and unanswered applications [Kindle Edition] By Graham Plaster walks you through a 5 step networking process of

1. Knowing your niche

2. Perfecting your pitch

3. Cultivating your contact list

4. Leveraging Weak Ties

5. Managing Multiple Opportunities

It is available from for about $4.00. Click here for more information.