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Military Transition Assistance

Helping service members and their families to successfully transition to civilian life.

An intrinsic part of OBAN’s mission is supporting military service members and their families to prepare them for the next step in civilian life. Each year approximately hundreds of thousands members of the U.S. Armed Forces will separate from active duty and re-enter the civilian workforce and/or pursue higher education.

Here at OBAN, we are passionate about helping those who have served our country. As part of that commitment, OBAN works with the Federal agencies Department of Labor (DOL), Department of Defense (DOD), Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) delivering military transition assistance to provide service members, their spouses and their families transition planning, counseling, information tools and training to better pursue their post-military goals.

As a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), several of OBAN’s personnel and their families have had direct experience with the challenges of transitioning from the military and how helpful  TAP  was and are committed to enable a positive transitioning process.

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"TAP is a great benefit for transitioning service members, especially those of us who spent our entire lives in the military and aren't knowledgeable about normal/civilian life! "

- Patrick Higby, Major General, US Air Force, Retired

OBAN helps service members develop the tools and skills for civilian success. We have a team of facilitators, counselors, and financial advisors - many of whom are veterans and military spouses --- committed to helping service members learn, grow, and succeed.

OBAN supports military bases, both CONUS and OCONUS through virtual and in-person workshops weekly, yearlong and helps thousands of transitioning service members and their families a year. Currently, OBAN provides TAP to military installations throughout the Pacific North West (PNW) with skills needed to pursue successful careers in the civilian labor force.

Interested in learning more about OBAN’s work with military transition assistance programs? Contact us