Liberty Source recognizes the talents of military personnel and veterans and their families. Opportunities are numerous, whether you are looking for a career after military service, a military spouse or a family member of a veteran, we have an opportunity for you to learn, grow, work and contribute!

Eddie Fields

Transitioning out of military life can be challenging. “I wasn’t looking for a job, I was looking for a career,” Eddie says. “With Liberty Source, I have so many opportunities I have found my place within the team and also with a challenging and interesting career that I appreciate every day.”

Stephen Usselman and Jackie Jung

“Liberty Source hasn’t just provided me with a job I love, it has also employed my daughter, giving her valuable experience in the professional work place. Since I was serving in the military for parts of her childhood, I’m so grateful that we can work in the same environment now. Liberty Source has added to our families quality of life and I’m so thankful to have found them.”

Caleb Wilson

“Transitioning after honorable service in the Marine Corps was a daunting endeavor. I struggled with translating my Military service into something that Corporate America would find valuable. Coupled with a gap of five years to raise my daughters full time while attending school full time left me under employed and undervalued. Liberty Source was able to see the skill sets I had and invested into me. They saw the leadership the Military instilled in me and pushed me to continue that small unit leadership I was accustomed to. They exposed me to new clients and allowed me to transition to a new department to help with the new project. Once again Liberty Source took a chance and elevated me to Supervisor. Liberty Source continues to push and invest into my personal and professional development to ensure not only do I retain the “Esprit de Corps” I had in the Marines but brought it forward into Liberty Source.”

Fort Monroe

Liberty Source is headquartered near Fort Monroe, on the tip of the Virginia peninsula in the Hampton Roads area. The fort dates back to the early 1600s as a key defensive stronghold and was fully built in 1834 – the largest all-stone fortification in the country. It played a key role in the Civil War, never falling into Confederate control and serving as Jefferson Davis’s prison. Now decommissioned as a base, but designated a National Historic Landmark, Fort Monroe continues to inspire all who visit it. We are proud to be based in a location with such a rich and storied history.