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The Veteran eMentor Program leverages the internet to create a dynamic information sharing, learning and support community that extends far beyond the veteran’s current network. We welcome protégés who served in the Armed Forces and are now seeking civilian employment or assistance with any aspect of the transition to civilian life. Protégés can receive personalized career guidance, advice, support and inspiration from more experienced veterans, career mentors and veteran-friendly employers. We also invite mentors, with or without military experience, to join and assist protégés with their job search and other career challenges.

The Military Spouse eMentor Program welcomes mentors and protégés who are spouses or widow/ers of military members and veterans. We also invite representatives of military spouse-friendly firms to serve as corporate mentors to assist protégés seeking employment or with other career issues. The program puts military spouses in virtual touch with more experienced spouses and corporate and career mentors for guidance and support with challenges of all kinds and for assistance with finding meaningful, portable employment with longevity and upward mobility.

The MilitaryWomen eMentor Program is open to ALL current and former military women. This program ensures that women who have gone through military training have the opportunity to benefit from a mentor who shares this common history.

The CadetMidnWomen eMentor Program is open to all women officers, officer veterans and officers-in-training in all the services: U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard and Merchant Marines. This program was established so that future women officers could be mentored by women officers or veterans who share the common bond of a military commission.

For information on other ways to sponsor or partner with an eMentor program, please contact Erica Hartless, eMentor Leadership Director.

We are a 501(c)3 charitable organization (#42-1697594).

All contributions are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.