PVEC Toolkit

Welcome to the Pittsburgh Veteran Employer Coalition (PVEC) online toolkit. This toolkit includes a series of leading practices, processes, and resources for veterans, in the greater Pittsburgh region. This toolkit is designed to be flexible, allowing for the addition of new information and resources.

America’s employers play a critical part in engaging and hiring veterans as they return from service and seek private sector opportunities. This toolkit is one way to leverage insights from research and practice to maximize and benefit from the strong talent pool represented in veterans and their families.

Starting with the kickoff in September of 2017, each topic area of the toolkit corresponds with the previous coalition meetings that have occurred over the past year and a half.

1. Kick-Off Meeting Agenda

2. Employment Impact in the PA Metro Area

3. Revisiting The Business Case for Hiring A Veteran

4. Beyond the Business Case for Hiring Veterans: Strategies for How to Best Support Corporate Sector Recruiting, Hiring and Retention Activities

5. V-START: Veterans Strategic Analysis and Research Tool

1. Activity #2 Agenda

2. Quarterly Workshop #2 

3.The Business Case for Hiring Military Veterans: Strategies, Approaches and Best Practices

4. The Force Behind The Force

1. Activity #3 Agenda

2. Quarterly Workshop #3 

3. What Veterans Bring to Civilian Workplaces: A toolkit for helping private-sector Employers

4. What Veterans Bring to Civilian Workplaces: A toolkit for helping veterans communicate to private-sector employers

1. Activity #4 Agenda

2. Quarterly Workshop #4 

3. I Am A Post-9/11 Veteran

4. Veterans in Higher Education Collaborative

1. Activity #5 Agenda

2. Quarterly Workshop

3. Advancing Veteran Success in Higher Education: Del Mar College, Tarrant County College, and Wake Technical Community College

4. Advancing Veteran Success in Higher Education: San Diego State university, the University of Texas-Arlington, the University of South Florida, and Florida State College Jacksonville

5. Veterans in Higher Education Collaborative

 

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