Innovet is committed to employing veterans. Why? Veterans have the training, work ethic and proven skills that will add value to your projects and to our business. Equally important, we will be
contributing to America's global competitiveness and the strength of our economic base.
Are you a veteran already trained as a journeyman electrician or an apprentice?
Please contact us about employment opportunities.
Are you a veteran interested in receiving training in the electrical industry?
Please see our training resources section below. You may qualify for free training.
Even if you’re not interested in the electrical field, many of the resources below may be
of help to you in obtaining additional education and training.
American Trade School’s electrical program consists of six consecutive ten week terms for a total
of sixty weeks (14 months) in length. Day and evening classes are available. The classes begin
with introductions to both AC and DC electrical concepts and progress to train the students in both
residential and commercial electrical applications. All phases of instruction include hands-on training.
The GI Bill This is where your journey to a new career begins! From this site, you can search for a school, calculate your benefits and apply for benefits on-line (VONAPP).
Post-9/11 GI Bill Approved training under the Post-9/11 GI Bill includes vocational/technical training. The GI Bill is not just for college!
Veterans’ Employment & training Service (VETS) provides resources and expertise to assist and
prepare veterans to obtain meaningful careers, maximize their employment opportunities and
protect their employment rights.
Other Veterans Resources
Federal Benefits for Veterans, Dependents, and Survivors The Department of Veterans Affairs
publishes a booklet which provides a comprehensive listing of the benefits available to veterans
and their families.
Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America Provides resources for the transition home for veterans
and their families.