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Frequently Asked Questions

by Hire A Vet   November 10, 2011 at 12:00PM  |  Views: 2,474

Spike is committed to helping our veterans find jobs. We know that these men and women are some of the best trained, most dedicated leaders and teammates this nation has to offer. Hiring them isn't just good for the country, it's good for business. This campaign is dedicated to making sure that message is heard. The website is a place where resources can be found, connections can be made and futures can be built.


Q: I'm a veteran, can Hire A Vet help me find a job?

A: We have assembled multiple resources on the HireAVet.Spike.com site that can be used to help you find a career: job search, job fair postings, job training, resume building, entrepreneurship and community service opportunities. Click here to find out more.

Q: My company would like to join the Hire A Vet honor roll of businesses who hire vets, what are the next steps?

A: If your company already has dedicated veteran hiring practices in place and you are actively employing vets we'd love to include you on the honor roll. Please contact lamar.jones@mtvnmix.com for further information.

If your company does not currently hire vets but would like to start, that's great news and we'd like to help you begin the process. On our For Companies page you will find information about best practices as well as resources that can help you find veterans that match your needs. Once you've begun hiring veterans, let us know and we'll make sure to salute you on our Honor Roll.

Q: We think our organization deserves to be included as one of your resources. How do we make that happen?

A: We recognize that there are many organizations dedicated in multiple ways to helping veterans find careers. Please contact us here and let us know what your team is doing.

Q: I don't own a business or have hiring authority at my company. What can I do to help?

A: We appreciate your desire to help vets get back to work. Check out the Take Action tab on our site for information on specific actions you can take.