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​​VEC Ne​ws
Honor a Hero Hire a Vet

​was a great success!​
The next meeting of the VEC
will be in October 2015


Honor a Hero, Hire a Vet Job and Resource Fair 2015 in the news!



Exhibitors will find the registration link by clicking on the "2015 Exhibitor Registration" link to the left.

(Exhibitors are employers, service organizations, non-profit organizations, and training providers.)


Job Seekers will find the registration link by clicking on the "2015 Job Seeker Registration" link on the left. 


130 Registered Exhibitors include the following organizations: 

24 Hour Fitness USAMonogram Apartment Collection
Able-Disabled AdvocacyMUFG / Union Bank
AC PRONational City Police Department 
Agents For Veterans at Mission Realty GroupNavy Facilities Command
Aistreams RenewablesNew Horizons Computer Learning Centers
american legionNew York Life
Arts For VeteransOffice of Civilian Human Resources San Diego
Bellus AcademyOffice of Assemblymember Marie Waldron
Bergelectric CorpOffice of Congresswoman Susan Davis
Big Brothers Big Sisters of San Diego CountyOptimum Health Institute
Blue Star LearningOuterwall
Board of EqualizationOutreach Consulting Services
Bridgepoint EducationPartners In Diversity
California College San DiegoPlumbing Heating Cooling Contractors of San Diego
California Conservation CorpsPrimerica Financial Services
California Dept of RehabilitationQuinn CAT
California Dept. of Corrections & RehabilitationRegistrar of Voters, County of San Diego
California Highway PatrolRiverside County Sheriff
California Prison Industry AuthorityRobert Half
CDG, a Boeing CompanySan Diego Community College District
Centurum Information TechnologySan Diego County Regional Airport Authority 
Chef WorksSan Diego Marriott Hotels
Chula Vista Police DepartmentSan Diego Metro Region Career Centers
City of Los Angeles Public SafetySan Diego Police Department
City of San DiegoSan Diego State University
Courage to CallSan Diego Vet Center
Cox EnterprisesSan Diego Zoo Global
CRSTSan Jose Police Department
CA State University San MarcosSCIS
Customs & Border ProtectionSDSU Research Foundation - KPBS
Department of Child Support ServicesSears Holdings
Department of Veterans AffairsSeaWorld
Dept. of Justice, Federal Bureau of PrisonSolar Turbines
DeVry UniversityStarbucks
Disability Help CenterState of Ca/Division of Apprenticeship Standards
Drug Enforcement AdministrationTactical Engineering & Analysis
East County Career Center Taylor Guitars
Employment Development Department Teledyne Technologies
Epsilon Systems SolutionsThe Arc of San Diego
Family Health Centers of San DiegoThe County of San Diego/Department of Human Resources
Farmers InsuranceThe FAB School
FedEx GroundThe Scripps Research Institute
GMITransamerica financial advisors inc
H&R Block TriTech Software Systems
Harrah's Resort Southern CaliforniaUber Technologies
Hawthorne Machinery Co.Universiyt of California San Diego
Heavy Equipment College of CaliforniaUnited Truck Driving School
Heritage Senior CareUniversity Mechanical & Engineering Contractors, Inc.
Home Instead Senior CareUniversity of Phoenix
Hyatt Hotels & ResortsUPAC
iHeartMediaUpper Limit Aviation
IM FlashUSD Paralegal Program
ITT Technical InstituteVale Training Solutions/Cunningham Lindsey
Jewish Family ServiceVerizon Wireless
L-3 CommunicationsVeterans Employment Committee of San Diego
La Costa LimousineVets Caring for
LA County ProbationVeterans of Foreign Wars
Laborers Training SchoolViejas Casino & Resort
Lockheed MartinVulcan Materials Company
Los Angeles World Airport/Airport Police/PSS Training UnitWest Village
MAACWestern Truck School
ManpowerWestrux International
Metropolitan Transit SystemYMCA of San Diego County



Explore ​​Veteran Training options on the Employment Opportunities​ tab​​  

 The Veterans Employment Committee of San Diego County is dedicated to serve disadvantaged veterans and transitioning military members of all branches or service, by providing assistance to remove barriers that may prevent them from obtaining life sustaining employment. The committee belie​ves that it is more benefiting to the veteran as well as the overall society to provide the veteran a hand-up, not a hand-out, thus preventing possible long term unemployment and homelessness.