WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Labor today announced the selection of eight Employment Navigator and Partnership Program partners with the department’s Veterans’ Employment and Training Service. The ENPP provides service members transitioning from active duty and their spouses with personalized employment assistance. VETS signed three-year memorandums of understanding with organizations in California, Colorado, the District of Columbia, Florida, Idaho, Massachusetts and New York, which will provide services through the agency’s Transition Assistance Program.The ENPP complements the department’s typical transition workshops for service members and their spouses with personalized employment assistance. It also connects participants with partner organizations to provide additional employment services before and after their military separation. The latest additions to the Employment Navigator and Partnership Program include the following: Organization nameCityStateOrganization nameCityStateHesperusSan DiegoCASkillstorm Commercial Services LLCJacksonvilleFLClearance JobsCentennialCOIdaho Veterans Chamber of CommerceBoiseIDManufacturing InstituteWashingtonDC7 Eagle GroupAmherstMATroops to Energy JobsWashington DCStratus Consulting GroupGlen FallsNYOperating at 37 U.S. and overseas Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marine Corps and Navy installations, Employment Navigators provide transitioning service members and their spouses with individualized career assistance, which can include apprenticeship opportunities, training, digital matching of skills and experiences, employment networking, mentoring and referrals, hiring events, placement services, and other services. The organizations announced today will join 56 other non-governmental and two governmental organizations in the program.Organizations interested in becoming an ENPP partner should email TAPPartnerships@dol.gov or visit the Employment Navigator and Partnership Program to learn more.

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