Brainfuse VetNow is an all-in-one suite of services designed for a wide range of veteran needs: whether it’s updating a resume for civilian life, navigating the VA system, or seeking local resources and support for veterans and their families.
VA Help from Live Online Navigators
Get personalized assistance navigating VA benefits from experts. VetNow navigators can help you:
- Figure out if you’re eligible for benefits
- Locate community resources for housing, healthcare, and education benefits
- Find accredited claims agents
If you are unavailable during the live hours, you may also send a question, and a navigator will respond within one business day. All information is confidential and will not be shared with third parties.
VetNow can help veterans transition from military to civilian life and help you make your military experience relatable to potential employers.
With the Job Tools, you can:
- Discover your best career fit based on education, experience, and personality
- Search for a job with nationwide and local resources
- Download templates for the most common resume types
- Create stronger resumes and cover letters with help from writing experts
- Brush up on interview techniques or get live online interview practice from trained job coaches
Build academic skills and prepare for college. With VetNow’s academic tools, you can:
- Connect with live tutors in a wide range of college-level subjects
- Take practice tests for the SAT, ACT, TEAS, HESI, GRE, GMAT and more
- Develop better writing skills through expert analysis of your papers
- Send questions to an expert and receive a response within one business day
- Get live help for language learners
- Create and share flashcards, tests, and educational games
Visit VetNow and register to get started.
Watch a video tutorial on VetNow.
Stop by the Learn & Go: VetNow and Fold3 Library Edition to talk with a librarian about this service.
This come-and-go program will take place on Thursday, Nov. 9, from 3 to 5 pm.
To find out more about Fold3 Library Edition, read the article Researching Veterans in Your Family Tree with Fold3.