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Verizon recognizes the value of veterans
Verizon values leadership, motivation, self-discipline, and hard work — all characteristics that veterans bring to the table.
Women Veterans Find Success In Tech Roles At Verizon
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How an Army vet turned his MOS into a successful career with Airgas
Kevin Traynor’s time in the Army made an impact. As a young man, he held important jobs and helped make a difference on a daily basis. Traynor never imagined those...
The power of reinvention: How a Marine Corps veteran adapted to find career success
From his humble beginnings in an East Baltimore City neighborhood, through his service in the Marine Corps, to exceeding his initial career goals with Terminix, Gregory Brown has redeveloped himself...
A life in service: from the Marine Corps to DuPont with Ed Maldonado
When the Twin Towers came down, lives changed around the world. For Ed Maldonado, only a sophomore in high school, it was a pivotal moment that affected the trajectory of...
35 years and counting: Lowe’s associate reflects on Army Reserve service
Scott Marasco's experiences deepened his passion for working with people, and he began in earnest what would become a multidecade career in retail management, ultimately leading him to Lowe’s
IBM supports National Guard and reserve employees with flexibility and understanding
Much of America doesn't understand what it means to be a member of the National Guard or the Reserves. But today's citizen soldiers, sailors, airmen, and Marines are exceptionally skilled...
Employers value veterans’ ‘do-whatever-it-takes’ work ethic, according to a hiring expert
With an estimated 200,000 service members exiting the military in the United States annually, post-service career placement is a critical issue. One of the biggest obstacles veterans face is translating...
How one systems engineer went from being a standout in the Air Force to a standout at T-Mobile
Otto Chan-Arias found his way from the Air Force to working as a Senior Unix Systems and Design Engineer at T-Mobile
Army veteran brings compassion to bootcamp, sales, and hospitality
Samanthia Shilo says her time in the Army Reserves taught her to stay calm under pressure, manage her time effectively, exercise self-discipline, and relate to people from different cultural backgrounds,...
A former Army tanker gets The Home Depot’s tools where they need to go
"The Home Depot has a long tradition of hiring our veterans ... I think the advantage we (veterans) have is the discipline and structure the military teaches us"
A vet’s advice: Translate your military skills for hiring managers
Robert Half works with transition assistance program leaders, has a presence at numerous U.S. military bases and helps candidates with military backgrounds with mock interviews, resume review and employer panel...
Iron Mountain’s flexibility and support are key for this military mom
Jackie Melendrez, wife of a Marine and the mother of two service members, knows about the demands of military life. For Iron Mountain, going the extra mile to give the...
How two different paths led two veterans from the Marine Corps to Microsoft
Microsoft is hiring qualified talent with security clearances, and veterans are excellent candidates to fill these roles
Three paths to success at Associated Materials
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Enterprising solutions to military spouse unemployment
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From infantry to banking: How 2 veterans found opportunities for growth at Fifth Third Bank
Army veterans Steven Escobar and Jerry Peavey never imagined their years as infantrymen would lead to work in the banking industry
Bring your military professionalism to the job interview
Veterans can all reach their full potential by networking, using the GI Bill and bringing their military professionalism to every job interview.
Advance Auto Parts isn’t just veteran-friendly, it’s veteran-ready
Veterans want and need more than just a job, which is what Ciara Arguello found when she left the Marine Corps.
Leap of faith: How a Navy vet found her place at GlaxoSmithKline
When veterans leave the military, sometimes uncertainty can hamstring success.
‘I treat school like a job’ — Meet Otis Hill, a student, veteran, and Comcast employee
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Former Sonar technician makes a splash at Splunk
For Anthony Frascarelli, his work as a SONAR technician seemed to have little civilian value. Then he found a surprising connection between the detail-oriented troubleshooting skills he forged working on...
How One Veteran Found A Sense of Purpose At Motorola
Some people learn to love the jobs they have; some spend years searching for the perfect one. For some, it all comes together without even trying. For Travis Johnson, a...
How Blizzard Supports Veteran Employment
Video game company Blizzard Entertainment, which creates blockbuster franchises like World of Warcraft and Overwatch, has stood behind veteran employment for years
Transitioning Home: One Vet’s Journey From The Marine Corps To Cintas
When military service is over, being able to return home is often top priority. For Thomas England, the end goal was to find a job back home in Kansas City...