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All DVS team members in the education, transition, and employment programs are teleworking, and are connected via phone and e-mail, and can perform almost all direct-service activities for Veterans and their families during normal working hours.

Hire Vets Now Fellowship Employer Application









Employer Enrollment Form
First Name
Last Name
Phone
Organization Email Address
Organization Name
Position
What is the delivery method for the proposed Fellowship program? (select one)
Will the in-person delivery for the proposed Fellowship program be on-base or off-base?
Please specify the base(s) and/or city and state where the in-person Fellowship program will be delivered:
What is the approximate duration of the proposed Fellowship program?
Will participation in the program require that the Service member utilize benefit programs. (e.g. GI Bill or DoD Tuition Assistance)
Which benefit program(s) will be utilized? (select all that apply)
Please list the purpose of the use of DoD Tuition Assistance Funds:
Please provide the approximate amount of DoD Tuition Assistance Funds needed:
Please explain the type of GI Bill benefit to be used:
Please provide the approximate amount of GI Bill Funds needed:
Are there other costs to the Service member for this program? (select one)
Please list the type of costs to eligible Service Members (to include but not limited to all resources, tuition, and fees) :
Please specify the civilian occupation(s) to which this program is related using the most closely associated Department of Labor O*NET Classification occupational codes and titles . (NOTE: if you are a Registered Apprenticeship program provider, you can look up relevant O*NET codes and titles using RAPIDS Crosswalk Search )
If you are unable to find an O*NET job that reflects the job related to your proposed Fellowship program, please enter the job title(s) here:
Please select all of the following that apply to the occupation(s) to which your Fellowship program applies:
Is your organization a Fortune 1000 company?
Are you a Governmental partner? (i.e. Federal, State, or Local government agency such as Department of Energy, Labor, Education, etc.)
Is your organization a DoD contractor?
If so, Does your organization derive greater than 50% of its revenue from DoD and Federal contracts? (Use Shift+Click to select multiple)
If so, What Services are you supporting?
How long is the period of your current contract? (if applicable)
If so, How long has your contract been in place?
Will the Fellowship participant complete or exclusively support tasks for which the supporting organization receives awarded funding from the Department of Defense?
Would there be an ethical problem for military members currently working with your company on this contract if they were to take a job with your company upon separation and completion of this Fellowship program?
Has your organization previously participated in a DoD related Fellowship program or a Career Skills Program (CSP) with any branches of the armed services?
Which branches of the armed services has your organization participated in a DoD related Fellowship program or Career Skills Program (CSP) with?
What additional information would you like the Department of Veterans Services to consider regarding the proposed Fellowship program?
Please indicate the best characterization of your proposed Fellowship program (select one) :
The Industry Program must train apprentices for employment in jobs that require specialized knowledge and experience and involve the performance of complex tasks.
The Industry Program has structured work experiences, and appropriate classroom or related instruction adequate to help apprentices achieve proficiency; involves an employment relationship; and provides apprentices progressively advancing industry essential skills..
The Industry Program provides apprentices employment upon successful completion of the Industry Program..
The Industry Program provides a safe working environment for apprentices that adheres to all applicable Federal, State, and local safety laws and regulations..
The Industry Program provides apprentices structured mentorship opportunities to ensure apprentices have additional guidance on the progress of their training and their employability..
The Industry Program affirms its adherence to all applicable Federal, State, and local laws pertaining to Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO)..
The Service member participant will receive full military pay and benefits for the duration of the internship and no compensation from the organization sponsoring the internship.
The Service member will work under the close supervision of the organization’s staff for the duration of the program..
Under no circumstances will a participating Service member be requested or permitted to work more than 40 hours in any workweek.
The internship adheres to guidance from the Department of Labor Opinion Letter Regarding the DoD SkillBridge Program (refer to https ://www.dol.gov/ofccp/regs/compliance/opinionletters/DoDSkillbridge.html )..
The facility must report monthly data regarding internship enrollment and progress. Reporting is due on the 15 th day of each month.
The facility must notify the Virginia Department of VeteranSservices of any changes regarding a trainee’s schedule and/or work agreement. Notifications should occur as soon as reasonably possible..
An Education and Job Training Program approved by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). (See the VA ”Search for Approved Education and Job Training Programs” for more information)
A certificate program accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) (see the ANSI Directory of Accredited Certificate Issuers, Applicants, and Suspended Issuers for more information) or the Institute for Credentialing Excellence Accredited Certificate Program (see the ICE Accredited Certificate Programs for more information)
Accredited by an accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education (DE) (see DE’s database of accredited programs and institutions for more information) .
A National Association of State Approving Agencies (NASAA) approved Education, Training, license, or Certification Program (see the NASAA Search for Approved Education, Training, License, Certification, and National Exam Programs for more information).
A training program accredited by the Council on Occupational Education (COE) (see COE’s list of accredited training programs for more information).
Have you submitted program outline details?
I agree*