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UCLA Veterans Work Experience Program (VWEP)

The UCLA Veterans Work Experience Program (VWEP) is designed to assist Veterans in their transition to full time employment in the private or public sector through the experience of non-military related work.

Learn more through UCLA Employment Services.

UCLA’s Staff and Faculty Counseling Center (SFCC)

UCLA Staff and Faculty Counseling Center fosters a productive and supportive work environment for all employees. Services are free, voluntary, and confidential.


UCSF is committed to building a broadly diverse community, nurting a culture that is welcoming and supportive, and engaging diverse ideas for the provision of culturally competent education, discovery and patient care.

UCSF Annual Virtual Veterans Job Fair and Open House

Wednesday, November 10, 2021, 1:00-3:30pm

Join us to network with UCSF and community partners focused on serving veterans. Access resources and gain insider tips to support you in your job search.

  • Roundtable discussion: Unconventional Job Search Advice in a Virtual Environment
  • Keynote speakers: Chancellor Sam Hawgood and Chief Human Resources Officer Corey Jackson
  • Network with UCSF hiring leaders and recruiters
  • Join job fair breakout rooms to learn about current and future job opportunities

RSVP for the UCSF Virtual Veterans Job Fair and Open House.

Stay for the whole event for a chance to win door prizes!

UCSF Veteran Community and Newsletter

Join the UCSF Veteran Community and receive the monthly newsletter!

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab

Veteran Self-Identification Campaign

LBNL has kicked off its veteran self-identification campaign, aimed at helping veterans properly self-identify and confirm veteran status so the Lab can recognize the importance of its veteran workforce, accurately track progress in increasing its veteran presence and help develop further veteran-friendly programs and policies.

View the official LBNL Veteran Self-ID Campaign announcement to learn more and watch a video featuring Ray Turner, 21-year Navy veteran and current Division Deputy of Operations for the Joint Genome Institute.