Veterans Village of San Diego Job Club
At the end of Phase I of the program veterans enroll in Job Club, which is a 4-week class on how to conduct an effective job search and make a viable employment plan.
Other Job Club services include
- Resume and cover letter writing
- Researching potential employers
- Mock interviews
- Preparing references
- Salary negotiations.
In order to graduate from Job Club, the veteran must:
- Attend Orientation
- Complete an Assessment Test
- Attend all classes
- Complete all homework assignments.
Once a veteran completes Job Club and transitions into Phase II of the program, he/she begins working with Employment and Training staff on formulating an employment plan.
The veteran attends a meeting with Employment Case Managers to discuss the employment plan, show completed orientation paperwork, all required documentation, and training information.
Upon completion of this meeting, a meeting with the Employment Director, Employment Case Manager, VRC Case Manager, and the veteran is scheduled. The veteranâ€™s employment and training plan is reviewed, modified if necessary, and approved during the three-on-one. Upon completion of this meeting, the veteran is assigned an Employment Case Manager and is enrolled in Employment Services.
Once enrolled, the veteran gains access to services to aid him/her in enacting his/her employment plan. This includes access to the Employment Computer Lab, transportation to and from interviews, and if applicable financial assistance for trainings, license renewals, and/or suitable interview attire.
the maximizing of human potential and a meaningful, fulfilling life.
Our veterans are worthy of nothing less.