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RESOURCES: Career Planning


Hunter's Career Development Services

805 East Building, (212) 772-4850

Hunter College's Career Development Services provides a comprehensive array of employment opportunities, career development and placement services for students and graduates. In addition, we develop and sustain relationships with employers in the private, public and non-profit sectors that promote job opportunities for students and alumni.

Available Services for Students


Local Resources

New York State
New York State's Department of Labor has a dedicated office just for veterans. It provides many services specifically geared to veterans. Among the services available:

  • Career assessment
  • Referral to jobs
  • Contacting employers on your behalf
  • Resume preparation assistance
  • Information on Federal, State, and Local Civil Service opportunities
  • Job search planning
  • Labor Market Information
  • Information on direct appointment to Civil Service positions
  • Referral to other agencies that provide services to veterans

New York City

The City of New York employs thousands of veterans, reservists and Guard members, in dozens of agencies and departments. From the NYPD and the FDNY to the Department of Education and even CUNY, New York City has hundreds of opportunities: NYC's website.


Federal Resources

There are a variety of federal resources for Job seekers. Anyone looking for career information should start at USA.Gov. Free resume assistance and job seeking advice is available at USAJOBS. The website also has a Veterans specific page USAJOBS-Veterans. There are also links to national Job Banks.

The US Department of Labor also has a Veterans section on its website that has information on legal issues and re-employment questions that specifically affect veteran job seekers.

Additionally some organizations like have Veterans Career web pages that you may find helpful.