A Day in the life of three veterans working at Microsoft
Ever wonder what it was like to be a program manager at Microsoft? Hear from three veterans as they walk you through a day in their lives working at Microsoft. For more information about MSSA, see http://military.microsoft.com/mssa.
The Navy helped her find her voice; Microsoft helped her transform her career
For U.S. Navy veteran and Microsoft Software & Systems Academy (MSSA) graduate Jessica Helmer, building a career wasn’t an easy journey. Her road was fraught with setbacks, but she paved it with a determination to always learn and a refusal to ever settle.
Former Army paratrooper lands at Kronos, celebrates community thanks to Microsoft Software & Systems Academy
To Ashish Singh, your network matters. More specifically, your support network.
This Microsoft training fast tracks veterans into sweet tech careers
Solaire Brown (formerly Sanderson) was a happy, gung-ho Marine sergeant deployed in Afghanistan when she realized her military career was about to change.
Air Force veteran enjoys “flawless transition” to Oracle after Microsoft Software & Systems Academy
For Tom Furnier, the path to a technology career has been as unpredictable as it has been rewarding. After all, his brother was always “the computer science guy” of the family. And everyone else, it seemed, was destined for military service.
MSSA helps Marine find camaraderie and support at Facebook
Gary Lehman has always been interested in the life of a warrior—not just the tactics, but also the mindset. In high school, he studied Aikido and delved into its philosophy and underlying principles. Around that time, his father gave him a copy of Jarhead, Anthony Swofford’s firsthand account of the Persian Gulf War. Reading it […]
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.
How life changed in one moment for this Marine
After leaving the Marines and working odd jobs for five years, Andrew Richardson discovered MSSA by chance and tapped into his passion for programming.