The Army knows that finding and maintaining employment is one of the most significant issues for Army Families. Military families are often faced with challenges of the mobile military lifestyle. Soldiers and their families may also find it trying when transitioning into the civilian sector following military service. The goal of the Employment Readiness Program is to assist with the challenges associated with the job-search process, resume writing/review, and interviewing techniques. 

Who's eligible to use the program?

Active Duty Members, Spouses and other Family Members (to include youth), Surviving Spouses, Retirees, DA civilian employees, and contractors are eligible to participate free of charge.


Professional Career Development Services include:

  • Career Coaching
  • Job-Search Assistance
  • Individual Skill and Interest Self-Assessments

Assistance includes:

  • Practice Interviews
  • Job-Search Strategies
  • Employer Referrals
  • Job Fair Preparation
  • Resume Coaching & Review
  • Monthly Employment Classes (Click Here)
  • Referrals for Educational Resource Programs 

Find resources & job listing sites for:

  • Federal, State, County & City Job Openings
  • Contractors and Staffing/Employment  Agencies
  • Local & National Employers/Listings
  • Military Spouse Employment Partnership (MSEP) Opportunities 
Employment Readiness


No, the Employment Readiness Program is NOT a job placement service. It only provides information and referrals for employment assistance and resources.

Come visit us at 1145 Niles Ave, Bldg. 4973 and we will assist you with locating the best job search options both on and off post! We are located directly across from the Emergency Room entrance of Winn Army Community Hospital.

No, we review resumes and provide classes on how to build master and targeted resumes.