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.
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.
Veteran finds passion to lead in tech
Lacking discipline, Zachary Moore joined the Marine Corps. After leaving, he was ready to learn and enrolled in Microsoft Software & Systems Academy, where he put all his effort into becoming a professional. See his journey from Marine to IT services supervisor at CKE Restaurants.
Former Marine finds a career — and a cause — at Microsoft
Gary Peltzer spent 17 years providing IT services and support for the Marine Corps tactical networking needs. Now at Microsoft, Peltzer helps other service members translate their skills into civilian speak.
In their own voice: Mentoring to give back
Zane Coppedge, former staff sergeant in the Army, discovered a path to tech through MSSA and now mentors former service members looking to make the same transition.
Camp Pendleton MSSA cohort runs Old Glory Relay
Marines, Sailors and veterans from the current MSSA cohort carry the American flag across Camp Pendleton in the 20th leg of the Old Glory Relay.
MSSA provides a path forward for U.S. military service members
Ryen Macababbad and Bernard Bergan are participating this week at the Microsoft Ignite conference, where they’re highlighting MSSA’s role in IT transformation.
Providing a path forward for U.S. military service members
Preparing soldiers with tech training for their life after service.