Careers And Employment
All Soldiers who become wounded, ill or injured on active duty focus on preparing for the next step in their careers, whether they're returning to the force or transitioning to civilian life. The Army and other federal agencies offer a wide variety of resources and programs to help Soldiers prepare for that next step, plus additional resources that exist for Veterans and spouses.
Resources are also available for federal agency and private sector organizations interested in hiring wounded warriors. Soldiers are highly-skilled, well-trained professionals that can become an asset to nearly any organization. For more information, visit the links below.
Active Duty Soldiers
Discuss your career options with your Squad Leader, Occupational Therapist, and/or AW2 Advocate, and integrate your career goals into your Comprehensive Transition Plan (CTP) .
Return to Duty
Separate from the Army
Employment at WTC/WTUs
Additional career and employment information is available in the Career and Employment Readiness Handbook (PDF).