Military/Veteran & Military Spouse (updated 9/1/2018)

Provider Comment
ClearedJobs.Net Always open to anyone who holds a Secret Clearance or higher. Offers resume reviews by professional coaches and counselors at each career fair. Excellent advice offered via registering for program notices.
Corporate Gray The founder Carl Savior was the first to offer career fairs for transitional military. Most of his career fairs are focused to active and retired military. Some include spouses, and periodically Carl offers one for professional job seekers. Most career fairs are “Military friendly,” i.e., non-military and veterans are welcome. This includes Government employees, and those who hold Security Clearances.
Job Zone Online Military focused. Some career fairs are for military veterans and family members only, and some are open to all. Some of Janet Giles career fairs are open to all.
Military-Civilian A combination of two earlier websites. Offers services of job postings, the delivery of same to individual email addresses; a job board for transitioning military and veterans and their spouses. Also has a LinkedIn site with Hot Jobs for Veterans and families at http://bit.ly/military-civilian.
Military Connection A small selection that is drawn from a small sweep of the web. Also offers a listing of virtual career fairs that are in truth links to employers who claim to be military/veteran friendly. This virtual list currently contains 160 employers. A job seeker clicks on the employer site to see what the employer does, and can then click to view job openings and post a resume.
Military MOJO A site offering an extensive career fair outing that requires preregistration. Career fairs are for officers, sometimes but not always including Warrant and E-9s.
RecruitMilitary Strictly for transitioning military, veterans and sometimes spouses. Career fairs are listed by date with location after date.
Serving Talent This is a full-service recruiting agency serving only the spouses of military and Foreign Service Officer wives. All fees are with the hiring employer. This boutique staffing organization is composed of a Navy wife and a Foreign Service Officer’s wife. They operate similar to an executive search firm rather than as a standard search firm.
TAOnline An aggregator of career fair listing that is quite accurate. Focuses on career fairs offered to the military and to the veteran. Also lists hiring events of Orion and Bradley.
TargetedJobs Focused to those who hold a clearance. Offers hosting for employers. Focused in the Eastern half of the country for the most part. Texas is the farthest west their fairs have been identified on their web site.
Tech Expo Focused on the eastern half of the US. All require clearance, most require TS or above, some are strictly Poly or Cyber cleared.
TransitionCareers Heavily focused to the East Coast but now offering Career fairs across the country. Obviously growing.
US Chamber of Commerce A national coverage that lists career fairs by date. Lists networking events for military spouses, added Two-day programs for spouses to assist in job search.
VeteranRecruiting This is a site of a monthly virtual career fair for active duty, veteran, and military spouses. In February it is strictly for Officers, in May for military spouses.
VetJobs Comprehensive listing of career fairs focused to the transitioning and transitioned military person.