Providing Resources

At Bridge to Biz, we are all about providing resources needed to further your education or your career. We brought all these resources to one site where you can find all the opportunities that awaits no matter what educational level you have. Browse the links and look at the opportunities that await you – no matter what skills and experience you have.

Tips for Transitioning to the Civilian Work Force

The rigors of war have long impeded veterans from transitioning to the civil work force.

How Veterans Can Smoothly Transition to Civilian Jobs

Many veterans who have recently returned from active duty are looking for a new job in the civil work force…

Transition Veterans

At Bridge to Biz we know how nerve racking it can be when you are transitioning veteran, most the people who have helped develop this site are retired service members. There is so much information out there and so many different websites to go to that it gets to be overwhelming. Our site wants to help you get through all the information. We want to help you navigate through these sites so you get only the information you need. Areas of interest advisory boards, vets working for vets, what we have to offer for transitioning vets that other sites don’t, benefit information.

Special Needs

We at Bridge to Biz are very excited about being able to help families and people with special needs find resources for educational opportunities and jobs. This area is near and dear to our hearts because the founder of Bridge to Biz, her son is Autistic. We have conducted research and compiled data from across the United States to give you a layout of all resources and opportunities that are available and waiting for you or your family member. We educational benefits from state to state, job opportunities only available for people with special needs and other information to help understand to is available to you or your family member.

Resources by State Are Not the Same for People with Special Needs

Young adults with autism may qualify for assistance when they begin looking for jobs…

Companies Know the Benefits of Hiring People with Special Needs

Unfortunately, many people who have autism are currently unemployed...

No Degree? No Worries.

Approximately two-thirds of the people who graduate from high school go on to college. It seems as though most people believe that getting a bachelor degree can secure you a better opportunity to land a high-paying job than a GED or high school diploma. High paying employment is not always guaranteed, though.

No High School Degree or GED

No high school degree or just a GED there are still opportunities for you. We want everyone to know that we’ve compiled opportunities for those who all into the category.

Some College

We have always been that a college degree is how doors are opened but in this ever changing economy this is no longer the case. At Bridge to Biz we want to help you and show what opportunities are out there for people with some college. Life is busy and not everyone has the time to attend a four year college, that’s okay, we’ve found opportunities for anyone who falls in this category

Job Opportunities for Those with a 2 Year Degree

These assistants help vets examine animals, provide care and help with routine tests. Most states require a license to provide medical care to animals…

Finding a Job with an Associate Degree is No Problem…

If you have an associate degree, you might worry that someone with a higher degree might snatch up the job opportunity that you’re looking at…

Community College or Trade School

While going to a community college involves getting a degree, this degree is not the same as a certificate from a trade school…

The Benefits of Attending a Trade School Instead of College

The cost of going to college has been rising for years, and a bachelor’s degree doesn’t guarantee that you’ll secure employment after you graduate…

Vocational Schools

At Bridge to Biz we not everyone is cut out for college it doesn’t mean there are no other educational opportunities waiting you. Vocational schools have been pushed aside in favor of colleges and universities. This has left an enormous gap in filling these types of skilled workers. We provide the most current state by state vocational skills available. Let us help you find the skill that rights for you.