Microsoft is committed to helping the veteran and military community find new career paths in the technology industry.
We want to thank you for your service! Microsoft can support your transition to a technology career in several ways. First, with tech training through Microsoft Software & Systems Academy. Next, with job listings at https://careers.microsoft.com/us/en. Finally, through partnerships with other tech industry leaders. Learn more at: https://military.microsoft.com/.
Microsoft Software & Systems Academy (MSSA)
MSSA is an 18-week program that provides transitioning service members and veterans with critical career skills required for today's growing technology industry. Upon successful completion of the program, participants gain an interview for a full-time job with Microsoft or one of our many hiring partner companies. Learn more by visiting https://military.microsoft.com/programs/mssa/.
Microsoft is hiring Cleared Talent
We’re hiring cleared talent to join our teams nationwide. We hire consultants, software engineers, premier field engineers, site reliability engineers and program managers. We are looking for cleared SSBI software engineers to join our Reston, VA- and Redmond, WA-based Azure Office 365 teams. Learn more at https://careers.microsoft.com/us/en/ClearedCareers.
Products & Discounts
Current and former service members can get a wide range of Microsoft products free or at a discount. Visit https://military.microsoft.com/resources/.
Fulfill your potential and make the most of your investment in Microsoft technology with certification, classroom training, e-learning and books from Microsoft and Microsoft partners. Learn more about Microsoft Learning at https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/learning/default.aspx and - for Azure and business applications - visit Microsoft Learn at https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/learn/.
Channel 9 is a community that brings together the people behind our products and connects them with those that use the products in an ongoing conversation. Watch how-to tutorials and learn at your own pace at https://channel9.msdn.com/.
Technology for Good
Microsoft is proud to work with more than 86,000 nonprofits around the world every year to provide them free and affordable access to the technology they need to do more good in their communities. Visit https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/nonprofits for more information.