OFFICES
Veterans Employment Program Office

The Department of Education’s Veteran Employment Program Office (VEPO) is committed to increasing the employment of nondisabled and disabled veterans throughout the Department.  In addition, the Department continues to forge partnerships with other federal government agencies, veterans service organizations, colleges, universities, and other institutions that have veterans as members, students, or affiliates.  See below for more about how ED is reaching out to support employment opportunities for our nation's veterans.

Vision
VEPO’s mission is to promote meaningful employment opportunities for veterans and encourage their integration into the ED workforce nationwide through effective training, career development, and promotional opportunities.

Mission
VEPO is committed to attract and hire veterans who have served and sacrificed in defense of our country, as well as trained to perform needed services in mission-critical and mission-support occupations.

Hiring Veterans at ED

  • Veterans Employment Operational Program FY2010 Report
  • Veteran Resources

Veterans Employment Statistics

Veterans Hiring Resources

  • Office of Personnel Management’s Governmentwide Veterans Employment Website – Feds Hire Vets

About Us
On Nov. 9, 2009, President Barack Obama signed Executive Order 13518, Employment of Veterans in the Federal Government, which established the Veterans Employment Initiative. The Department of Education’s Veteran Employment Program Office and this Web page are a direct result of the executive order. We hope you continue to visit us in the coming weeks and months as we expand this page to include new features, updates on the progress of the initiative, and additional resources.

Contact Us
Fred Bortz
Program Manager
Veterans Employment Program
Office of Management
U.S. Department of Education
Room 2E248
400 Maryland Ave., S.W.
Washington, DC 20202
Tel. 202-401-7759
Fax 202-401-3928
Fred.Bortz@ed.gov


 
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Last Modified: 11/04/2011