THE HICKORY METRO'S EFFORT TO SUPPORT
TRANSITIONING VETERANS & MILITARY FAMILIES
ENGAGING VETERAN & MILITARY SPOUSE TALENT WITH LEADING EMPLOYERS, 24/7/365
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We are glad you found us and perhaps want to learn more about WORKING, LIVING & GROWING in the (Hickory Metro of North Carolina) and how this community uniquely tries to assist veterans and their families after your military service ends.

We understand the transition for veterans and families back into the civilian world can be a very difficult and frustrating task. Our goal at HKY4Vets is to cut through the noise and make your transition easier, providing you and your family a possible roadmap to a supportive community you might one day call "home".

We invite you to explore the HKY4Vets website and learn more about the Hickory Metro - from local resources available to assist veterans and military families, to our beautiful natural areas and ideal, connected hub for mountain biking, trail runs and kayaking.

We also invite you to check out HKY4Vets Talent Connect (www.hky4vetsjobs.com), an effort to engage veteran talent 24/7/365, acting as a connection point to search for and apply to real-time career opportunities at leading companies and organizations in the Greater Hickory Metro.

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Recent Blog Posts

Like A Lightning Bolt

I recently received one of those notes that has the ability to “make your day”.  It was an unexpected note from the CEO of a HKY4Vets Talent Connect Partner, singing the praises of a recent veteran hire – a great…

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A Letter to the Military Community (in honor of Veteran’s Day)

Dear Veteran and Active Service Member, We are so grateful for you and your family. The Hickory Metro region is where we enjoy a community of wonderful people, beautiful surroundings, thriving economy, and growing job market. We have the freedom…

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Veterans Caregiver Program HKY4Vets North Carolina

New Benefits Incoming for Veteran Caregivers

Military veterans with severe chronic diseases or disabilities have two options for care.  They may be admitted to a VA hospital if they require specialized medical support.  But for many American veterans, it is the spouse or a family member…

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