What does Microsoft do for former U.S. servicemen and women?
Microsoft recognizes that the strength of the IT industry depends on the diversity of experience represented in its employees, and service members bring valuable skills and perspective to strengthen the culture of our company. We can offer former servicemen and women the resources and training to transition into a well-paying, challenging professional career, not just a job, and help them nurture that career through mentoring and education.
But don’t just listen to us. Check out testimonials of former servicemen and women who have made the transition to Microsoft after their military service: Testimonials.
For more information on Microsoft Software & Systems Academy (MSSA) training and resources, visit Training & Resources.
Does Microsoft employ former servicemen and women from all branches of the military?
Microsoft is proud to employ many former servicemen and women from the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and U.S. Coast Guard.
How does a former service member get a job at Microsoft?
There are many paths former servicemen and women can take to find a job at Microsoft. Here’s a link where you can choose the path that’s right for you: Select Your Path.
Do you only hire software engineers?
We hire people for all sorts of positions, including software engineers, communications, human resources and many more. Find out more on the Job Search page: Job Search.
What if I graduate from MSSA but don’t want to work at Microsoft?
Microsoft partners with several different companies to help graduates of MSSA secure an interview, even if a career at Microsoft isn’t the best fit. Check out some of our hiring partners here: Hiring Partners.
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What happens when you run through communities across the nation, covering 3,540 miles total, carrying the American flag? You learn just how proud our neighbors are of the U.S. armed forces. For the past two months, runners — former and current service members, members of Team Red, White and Blue (Team RWB), Microsoft employees and many others — have been doing just that.