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Insurance Producer License Exam Reimbursement For Eligible Veterans

Commissioner Al Redmer Jr. announced on October 5, 2017 the Maryland Insurance Administration has been approved for participation in the GI Bill Reimbursement Program. The innovative program, spearheaded by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, reimburses veterans for the costs of approved licensing and certification tests required to become a Maryland insurance producer. Maryland is  Read More…


Operation Hire: Veterans Feedback

This is a dedicated veteran page for Operation Hire.  Please share success stories as well as challenges you have overcome as you transitioned from military service to civilian employment.   **Comments Policy, once posted, we reserve the right to delete submissions that may contain inappropriate language, personal attacks of any kind, offensive comments that target or  Read More…


Operation Hire: Employer Feedback

This is a dedicated employer page for Operation Hire.  Please share success stories, tips for effective veteran recruitment and best practices for supporting veterans in the civilian work place. **Comments Policy, once posted, we reserve the right to delete submissions that may contain inappropriate language, personal attacks of any kind, offensive comments that target or disparage  Read More…


Employment Resources

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The Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation facilitates the Maryland Jobs for Veterans Program.  Veterans services representatives, specifically Disabled Veterans’ Outreach Placement Specialists and Local Veterans’ Employment Representatives, commonly referred to as DVOPs and LVERs, provide specialized employment services to veterans. Local Veterans’ Employment Representatives Veterans have highly marketable skills and experience. LVERs work  Read More…


State Employment Veterans Credit and Credit for Service Connected Disability

Maryland State Careers for Veterans Maryland State Government appreciates the value of the experience you gained while serving our country.  This page contains resources Maryland provides to returning veterans – employment opportunities, veteran services, upcoming events and more. Am I eligible for veteran’s credit? Article – State Personnel and Pensions §7–207. (2)    (i)   An appointing authority shall apply  Read More…


Commercial Driver’s License Skills Test Waiver

Effective January 1, 2013, the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA) will have the ability to waive the driver skills test required in order to obtain a Class A or B Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) for recently discharged service members who meet the following criteria: Individuals must have 2 years of experience driving vehicles as part  Read More…


Reach Independence through Self-Employment (RISE) Program

For individuals eligible for services through the Maryland Division of Rehabilitation Services (DORS) and who are interested in starting their own business the RISE program can help explore the feasibility of self-employment as a realistic vocational option; develop a comprehensive business; receive individualized technical assistance; explore multiple funding sources; obtain market information to help select the right industry; and receive an assessment  Read More…


National Guard Transition Assistance Advisor

The Maryland National Guard (MDNG) Transition Assistance Advisor (TAA) provides a number of supports to the National Guard and Reserve Components in Maryland.  Post deployment, MDNG and Reservists can receive help coordinating with the U.S. VA, Veteran Service Organizations, Department of Labor, Employment Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) and other resources that may help with  Read More…


    
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