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The Indiana National Guard’s Indiana Employment Team works to assist service members, veterans and their dependents with all phases of a job search. If you are currently unemployed, underemployed or looking for a new career, the Indiana Employment Team is here to help you begin the process of finding meaningful employment.

What We Do

We work directly with job seekers to:

  • Identify your skills and interests
  • Create your resume
  • Research job opportunities
  • Utilize your network
  • Prepare for interviews

Relationships with Employers

The Indiana Employment Team follows up with job seekers and employers in order to develop positive long-term relationships that benefit job seekers. These interactions also help us identify skill sets that employers are looking for, so that we can better identify applicants to match an employer’s needs.

We have working relationships with more than 20 major companies across the state, from Merrillville, Elkhart, Warsaw and Fort Wayne to Indianapolis, Carmel and Columbus to Brazil, Princeton and Evansville.

Our cooperative relationship with the Indiana Department of Veterans Affairs (IDVA) allows us to share job leads and to ensure that all veterans who contact us regarding their state benefits are promptly and effectively served.

State Veterans Benefits

For information on your Indiana state benefits, please contact:

  • The Indiana Department of Veterans Affairs at www.in.gov/dva or call 317-232-3910 / 1-800-400-4520
  • Indiana National Guard Veterans Transition Assistance, Transition Assistance Advisor Program or call 317-247-3300, Ext. 85444

Disabled Veterans

  • Peace-time veterans may be able to utilize the disabled Veteran Property Tax Deduction.
  • Indiana Purple Heart Recipients and their biological or adopted children may qualify for tuition and fee exemption at Indiana‘s state-sponsored schools.
  • Veterans with a service-connected disability rating may receive a reduced cost Disabled Veteran Hunting & Fishing License ($2.75 annually or $27.50/ten-year). Veterans with qualifying service-connected disabilities impairing mobility may qualify for a Disabled Hoosier Veteran License Plate, which allows parking in handicapped spaces and free parking in legal metered spaces.

Women Veterans

  • The Indiana Department of Veterans Affairs provides Women Veteran Coordinators who are able to assist women veterans with gender-specific concerns, benefits and opportunities. Learn more at https://www.in.gov/dva/2374.htm.


Federal Veterans Benefits

  • VA Benefits: 800-827-1000
  • Veterans Crisis Line: 800-273-8255
  • Women Veterans: 800-829-6636
  • Education: 888-442-4551
  • Homeless Veterans: 877-424-3838
  • Bereavement Counseling: 202-461-6530
  • VA Combat Crisis Line: 877-927-8387
  • VA Vet Centers: www.vetcenter.va.gov
  • Mental Health: www.mentalhealth.va.gov
  • Education Benefits: www.benefits.va.gov/bill

Contact and Location

The Indiana Employment Outreach Headquarters is located at Camp Atterbury within the Indiana Resilience Campus (IRC). Email us at ng.in.inarng.list.employment-team@mail.mil or call a team member at the office numbers below:

Camp Atterbury
Building 338
Edinburgh, IN 46124

Hours of Operation 
Monday – Friday
9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Indiana Employment Team 
Atterbury: 317-247-3300, Ext. 64334/64342
Division: 317-247-3300, Ext. 75243