Civvy Street is The Royal British Legion’s employment service. We assist serving and ex-Service personnel and their families prepare for employment to succeed in civilian life.
From job seeking support to obtaining qualifications and grants, Civvy Street is a resource for all in the Armed Forces community who are looking to kick-start or build their careers and gain financial independence.
Our Civvy Street Team can give you advice or refer you to one of our partners for support. With our assistance, you can put your skills to good use and find the position that suits you best.
"When there was no funding elsewhere I contacted Civvy Street and was given support straight away. I hope that one day I can give back to such an excellent charity. Thank you so much for your help."
Employment Grants can help towards the costs of finding or keeping a job. We can provide financial support for training, travel, licences and other employment related expenses.
Education and Training
Support for families
Military families may be eligible for support and have access to training schemes and workshops to improve your chances of success in the civilian job market.
Finding a job
Civvy Street can provide advice and support to help you find a suitable job. Through our partners, we can help you build your CV, complete job applications and give you interview tips.
The Royal British Legion and a consortium of service charities deliver Civvy Street’s employability service. These organisations help veterans adjust to civilian life and find employment.
Our partners are:
- Mission Motorsport
- Officers' Association
- Officers' Association Scotland
- The Poppy Factory
- RFEA - The Forces Employment Charity
- Royal British Legion Industries
- Walking With The Wounded
Contact Civvy Street to be matched with the organisation that is best placed to help you succeed.