• Veteran Resources

  • VETERAN RELOCATION INCENTIVE PROGRAM

    The Pottawattamie County Veteran Relocation Incentive Program was created to encourage Veterans to move within the county. The program isavailable to Honorably Discharged U.S. Veterans. If you're interested please fill out the application below and email to Nick Jedlicka.

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  • YouScience is the science of YOU – how your mind is wired, what makes you tick, the skills and knowledge that set you apart. You have talent and there’s a path that’s right for you – we can help you find it. 

    HOW DOES YOUR BRAIN TACKLE PROBLEMS?

    Your aptitudes (natural abilities most important to career choice) and interests give you a unique approach and a competitive advantage for careers. Aptitudes don’t care what you look like or where you’re from – plan a future that makes the most of your special kind of awesome. 

    YOUR FUTURE IS BRIGHT. 

    You have talent employers need. YouScience uses seriously cool code to take what you like, what you naturally do well, and the skills you’ve learned, to match you with opportunities and industries. What if your dream job is career a you’ve never heard of, or a company you’ve never considered?   

    After you find out how your brain ticks, this tool will map you to local employers looking for YOU! 

    This is all provided courtesy of the CB Chamber.  We want to help you find a path to your future. 

    So, sign up, take your aptitude "test", and start your new path. 

  • IOWA DEPARTMENT OF VETERAN AFFAIRS - VETERAN BENEFITS

    The IDVA staff includes benefits specialists, accredited by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, who specialize in federal VA benefits, as well as state benefits. They advise veterans and family members of veterans concerning federal VA benefits they may be entitled to receive. These include pension, disability compensation, and other ancillary benefits. Benefit specialists can also represent claimants with federal claims and review all correspondence pursuant to those claims to determine if an award action or denial was correct. For additional information, please call the IDVA office at 515-252-4698 or 800-838-4692 and ask for a benefit specialist.

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  • U.S. DEPARTMENT OF VETERAN AFFAIRS - VETERAN BENEFITS

    The United States offers several benefits for veterans. Veteran benefits help Veterans and their families buy homes, earn degrees, start careers, stay healthy, and more. Please visit their website for more information. 

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  • IOWA WESTERN COMMUNITY COLLEGE - VETERAN/MILITARY STUDENT SERVICES

    Iowa Western Community College is a learning community committed to excellence in meeting educational needs and improving the quality of life of our veteran/military students and their families through programs, partnerships, and community involvement. Let us help you continue your mission.

  • Veterans Service Coordinator

    Brittany Schaben
    Work-Study and Veteran Services

    Ph: (712) 325-3294
    E-mail: 
    veterans@iwcc.edu

  • POTTAWATTAMIE COUNTY - VETERAN AFFAIRS 

    Find additional veteran resource for Pottawattamie County through the Veteran Affairs office.  Please follow the link below or contact Nick Jedlicka

  • Home Base Iowa is a free program for veterans to get assistance with their resume, publish them online, and help them connect with hiring employers. Home Base Iowa business partners can see veteran resume and businesses who are seeking candidates that match the veterans' skillset and job requirements will receive an email notification about their resume. The veterans' resume will also be shared with a workforce advisor at an IowaWORKS center. The advisor will contact you to discuss your resume and career options.

  • Home Base Iowa - Post Your Resume