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INvets launches enhanced free program to match veterans with careers

INvets launches enhanced free program to match veterans with careers INvets launches enhanced free program to match veterans with careers

State Reps. Stephen Bartels, R-Eckerty, and Steve Davisson, R-Salem, encourage veterans and Indiana companies to sign up for INvet’s next-generation website that connects service members directly with Hoosier businesses. is a free resource for veterans to interact and find the most current information about job opportunities available in health care, logistics, manufacturing and tech, and other high-demand industries throughout the state.

Bartels, a member of the House Veterans Affairs and Public Safety Committee and a veteran, said the program provides details about the skills required, with links to education and training partners offering the credentials or degrees needed.

“After serving in the military for many years, I understand the challenges of returning to civilian life and then jump-starting another career,” Bartels said. “INvets is a great resource to connect veterans and their families with employment opportunities that capitalize on the skill sets they offer. It’s also common that these positions will provide necessary trainings for veterans to continue advancing, earning a higher income over time.”

Davisson said when service members leave the military, almost half deal with a period of unemployment. As businesses resume operations after closure and reduced production due to COVID-19, more than 100,000 in-demand jobs are still available throughout Indiana.

“Our state has become a destination for businesses to start and grow, and many veterans are ready to step into the open positions they are offering and join the civilian workforce,” Davisson said. “Our veterans have so many skills employers value, and this program can connect this group of Hoosiers to work across our state.”

To sign up for the INvets program, veterans should visit Once a service member completes their profile on the website, Davisson said their information is directed to participating companies.

Employers who sign up for INvets have free access to upload company information, job opportunities and review veteran profiles.

Since INvets launched, more than 150 companies and 1,000-plus veterans have participated.

Additional resources are available through the Military Family Relief Fund COVID-19 Emergency Assistance program, which is designed to help military families experiencing financial hardship. This grant can be used on a case-by-case basis by families for up to two months of household needs such as food, housing, utilities, medical services, child care and other essential family support.

To access the MFRF application, visit