NH Veteran-Friendly Business Network
The NH Veteran-Friendly Business Network is made up of businesses, organizations, colleges and schools in New Hampshire that the NH Department of Military Affairs and Veterans Services and NH Employment Security have recognized for their policies and practices that serve to honor, fortify, empower, and positively impact the lives of NH Service members, Veterans and their families.
HONOR FORTIFY EMPOWER IMPACT
The Department of Military Affairs & Veterans Services (DMAVS) and NH Employment Security (NHES) celebrate businesses, organizations, colleges and schools in New Hampshire that strive to honor, fortify, empower, and positively impact the lives of NH Service members, Veterans and their families.
The NH Veteran-Friendly Business Recognition Program launched in spring 2020. Under the direction of the Adjutant General, it was developed by a group consisting of representatives from state government, the private business sector and the NH Veteran community. Criteria outlined serve to identify, define, and recognize four levels of veteran-friendly practices, procedures and protocols. The criteria provide New Hampshire businesses with a roadmap to develop and enhance veteran-friendly practices. For more information on how your business can apply for recognition, see the Apply page.
An investment in a Veteran is an investment in your community!
The New Hampshire businesses listed on this page have been recognized for meeting veteran-friendly criteria in one or more of the following categories: Honor, Fortify, Empower, and Impact. Platinum businesses meet the criteria of all four categories; Gold businesses meet the criteria of three categories; Silver businesses meet the criteria of two categories; and, Bronze businesses meet the criteria of one category. Refer to the 2022 Program Info & Roadmap (link below) for recommendations of criteria businesses are encouraged to meet or work towards for each category.
Congratulations to the following NH Veteran Friendly Businesses!
The program logo was designed by Sophie Phillips, a senior in 2020-2021 from Exeter High School and Seacoast School of Technology.
DMAVS and NHES do not currently have the resources to verify the majority of information provided by applicants - applications are accepted with the assumption of applicant’s good intentions and that answers are truthful. Recognition is not guaranteed and is given at the discretion of the Adjutant General and the Commissioner of NH Employment Security.
If you are seeking or applying for employment at any of the NH Veteran-Friendly Businesses, you are responsible for researching the company and the job opportunity. Veterans are not guaranteed employment, but many of the businesses listed report having practices that honor, fortify, empower and positively impact Veterans. DMAVS and NHES are not responsible for the outcomes achieved by applicants at these businesses.
If you are seeking to utilize the services of a NH Veteran-Friendly Business, you are responsible for researching the company and the quality of the services. It is at your sole discretion that you choose to utilize the services provided by any business listed on this site. DMAVS and NHES are not responsible for quality of service provided by any business listed on this site.
NH Division of Community Based Military Programs
Jim Roberg, Program Specialist
Office Hours 8:00am-4:00pm
Telephone 603-225-1200 Business Administration 603-225-1360