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Veterans Services @ USC: HOME

This guide provides contact information for available services at USC for Veterans.

USC Veterans Resource Center

The USC Veterans Resource Center was established in 2014.  The Center, established through the efforts of the Office of Academic Records and Registrar and the Division of Student Affairs, provides a space for student veterans to utilize.

The location is Tutor Campus Center (TCC) Suite 330. 

At the USC VRC visitors will find the offices of the USC Veterans Certification Office , connect with other student veterans, make use of the lounge and space to study.  

UPCOMING EVENTS

Veterans Week
The Veterans Resource Center hosts Veterans’ week in celebration of our veterans. Events included A Salute to USC Veterans Photo Display, Veterans Day Lunch, and a screening and Discussion of “Veterans Hotline.”
November 6 -10, 2017

Veteran Career Fair
The Veterans Career Fair occurs once a year in November during Veterans Appreciation Week. Employers participate in the Career Fair to recruit for full–time, part-time, and internship opportunities.
November 8, 2017

 

The Campus Resources page provides a list of USC staff members who work directly with and support the student veteran success. 

 

Subscribe to the Veteran Resource Center newsletter to receive weekly updates HERE!

Subscribe to the USC Veteran Association newsletter HERE!

Résumés for Military Veterans - Purdue Online Writing Lab

Stacey Dearing maintains a series of pages that provide military veterans guidance on translating military terminology and jargon for the civilian work force.

 

Introduction -  provides initial strategies for veterans to use while transitioning into the civilian work force.

Terminology & Experience - helpful section that shows how to "civilianize" your document and translate the military duties, jargon, and acronyms into civilian terms.

Common Questions & Additional Resources - provides some answers to questions and suggestions on places to seek additional help in transitioning your military experience to the civilian work force.  

 

This page also includes other online resources:

Career One Stop (Sponsored by the US Dept. of Labor & The American Job Center)

O*Net Online (Sponsored by the US Dept. of Labor & The American Job Center)

My Next Move For Veterans (Sponsored by the US Dept. of Labor & The American Job Center)

Linked In Veterans Resources (This site provides access for veterans to free online classes, including one on Translating your Military Experience to Civilian Life.)

Military.com 

 

 

 

Eduardo Tinoco

Current position @ USC:

Associate University Librarian

& Business Librarian

USC Marshall School of Business

USC Leventhal School of Accounting

USC Libraries

Subject Expertise:

Business, Accounting, Economics,

Military Science, and Naval History

Student Veteran transition to higher education

Public & academic library leadership

 

 

Veteran - US Army (84-88)

Assignments:

A Co, 3d Ranger Battalion -   75th Ranger Regiment  (84-85)

6th Ranger Training Battalion - Florida Ranger Camp, Eglin Air Force Base (85-88)

Ranger School Class 12-86

 

USC Contact Info:

Accounting Building

3660 Trousdale Parkway

Room 234D

Los Angeles, CA 90089

213 740 9167

Send Email
 

Links: Website

 

Locations of Service Records from the National Archives

The National Archives has Military Service Records.

http://www.archives.gov/veterans/military-service-records/locations/index.html

 

Other links include:

Replace Veterans' Medals, Awards, and Decorations.

http://www.archives.gov/veterans/replace-medals.html

Veterans’ Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

http://www.archives.gov/veterans/faq.html