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Showing posts with label Federal Bonding Program. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Federal Bonding Program. Show all posts

Friday, September 26, 2014

Veterans looking for Jobs

 Veterans looking for Jobs


Veterans looking for Jobs
My husband is a retired army veteran with a few minor misdemeanors and a Wanton Endangerment charge. Any ideas of a network or job market we could job hunt in? The Wanton Endangerment is from an ex girlfriend claiming to point a gun at her. Looks ugly on paper. This was 3.5 yrs ago.

Where do we begin to take our first step?



Please help and thank you for your time



 Veterans looking job Jobs

 Hello,

I have a question.  Is the Wanton Endangerment  a conviction or merely a charge?  I ask because employers are more interested in convictions rather than charges.  You may want to get that information.  Most applications only ask about convictions.  No need to list something that is not a conviction.

In regards to networking,  the Veterans Administration has several programs to assist veterans looking for jobs.

You can get more information on these programs and other forms of veteran assistance here:


Many employers give veterans preference when hiring.  There are even tax incentives offered to employers for hiring veterans.  Your husband may want to point this out when interviewing for jobs.  The Work Opportunity Tax Credit offers employers tax breaks for hiring individuals that are in certain targeted segments of the population.  Veterans are one of the targeted groups.  You can get more information on the WOTC here:


I hope this helps

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Sunday, July 27, 2014

Felon wants to be a locksmith

Felon wants to be a locksmith


 Felon wants to be a locksmith
I am wondering if u can help me with a question that i have. I live in Indianapolis, Indiana and I am a convicted felon. I would like to know if I can become a licensed locksmith? If I can then what do I need to do to become a locksmith? Any information would be very helpful.

Thank You.





 Felon wants to be a locksmith



Hello,

Felon wants to be a locksmithTo my knowledge, the state of Indiana does not require locksmiths to be licensed. One thing I do caution self-employed ex-offenders and felons is to inquire if your conviction prohibits you from getting bonded.

A bond is an insurance policy that protects your customers from any type of loss as a result of doing business with you. I know ex-offenders and felons looking for jobs can be bonded through a program offered by the federal government. The program however does not extend to businesses owned by felons, only for felons who are employed or seek to be employed.

You can find more about the federal bonding program here:
http://www.bonds4jobs.com/


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