Meeting the Demand for Cleared Veteran Talent
Equipping people on the front lines of national security with modern skills and technological awareness is paramount, and we’re committed as industry partners to helping along that journey.
Microsoft continues its commitment to military community with launch of the Military Spouse Technology Academy
Microsoft Military Affairs expands its commitment to the military community with the launch of a new pilot program uniquely designed to train military spouses with necessary skills for long-lasting and meaningful technology careers that are both high-paying and portable.
Microsoft Military Affairs plays a critical role in building the workforce of tomorrow
Last week, during a panel discussion about building the Workforce of Tomorrow, U.S. Marine Corps Major General (Ret.) Chris Cortez, vice president of Microsoft Military Affairs, spoke about how Microsoft's values are shaping the company's impact on the future of the technology industry.
Microsoft brings series of YouthSpark events to U.S. military bases
Microsoft is proud to expand our ongoing support for military families by hosting YouthSpark, a digital skills education program for children, on U.S. military bases. On March 20 and 22, 2018, the program brought 200 elementary and middle school students to YouthSpark events at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton.
Training, Reskilling and Hiring Veterans for Meaningful Technology Careers
This post was originally published on Military.com and written by vice president of Military Affairs at Microsoft Chris Cortez on December 6, 2017 America is facing a huge workforce challenge as technology and artificial intelligence disrupt the job market and create a critical job-skills gap. As a result, many people feel left behind in the […]
This amazing Microsoft training is the key to the ultimate post-military tech career
Army veteran Edgar Sanchez spent 18 weeks in Microsoft Software & Systems Academy. Result: multiple job offers at top tech companies.
Life after the uniform
Microsoft teams up with other technology companies to help veterans and service members adapt to new lives and address the technical skills gap
Tech finds top-notch talent in U.S. veterans
This week, more than 18,000 people are attending Microsoft’s annual Inspire conference to discuss what’s next in tech. Read how Microsoft Software & Systems Academy works with more than 200 hiring partners to fill tech roles with highly-skilled veterans.