Veterans' Information

Connecting Veterans with Opportunities

New Jersey provides career services for veterans.  The Commission partners with the American Legion to promote opportunites for veterans in the casino industry.

Veterans' Services

The Commission participates with public sector agencies and groups and non-profit organizations to provide veterans with information on assistance and available opportunities.  Event participants have included:

      988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline

      American Legion

      Atlantic Cape Community College 

      Catholic Charities

      NJ Department of Labor and Workforce Development

      NJ Department of Military and Veterans Affairs

      NJ Judiciary

      NJ State Parole Board

      Stockton University

      US Department of Veterans Affairs

      Veterans of Foreign Wars

      Volunteers of America Delaware Valley

Veterans' Events

Date & Time Event Name Location
May 22,
10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.


South Jersey Regional Stand Down


All Wars Memorial
(Soldiers Home)
1510 Adriatic Ave.
Atlantic City, NJ 08401

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Casino Career Fair - 2024

The annual Casino Career Fair provides job seekers with a unique opportunity to gain career information and casino industry insight while networking with representatives from all nine casinos in one location!   
On-site veteran resources and services are provided in collaboration with the American Legion, the N.J. Department of Veterans Affairs, and other prominent veteran organizations. 
On-site resume services are provided by the N.J. Department of Labor.  
The 2024 Casino Career Fair has concluded but casinos hire year-round. 
You may explore and apply directly to casino career opportunities on-line:
Apply directly for career opportunities:





 Golden Nugget



 Hard Rock

 Ocean Casino


The Commission supports the Governor’s Challenge to Prevent Suicide among Service Members, Veterans and Their Families (SMVF).  The Challenge is a call to action to collaborate, plan, and implement suicide prevention SMVF best practices and policies.  For information and resources, visit: 

If you or someone you know is in need of emotional support or help, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.  Trained helpers are available 24/7.  Dial 988.