PepsiCo

Our nation's veterans bring unbeatable life experience, job skills and leadership to PepsiCo. Together We Win.

Technology Staffing Services
Food and Beverage
263000
Headquarters
Purchase, NY
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Food and Beverage

Greatness is an epidemic. And when work skills and life lessons merge, it gives us the opportunity to exceed expectations. We believe veterans have the skills and drive to help us win in the marketplace.

We are committed to giving back to those who protect our freedoms and sacrifice for the good of the country. PepsiCo created VALOR, an employee resource group with a mission to recognize, appreciate and support PepsiCo's veterans, military members, their families, and the communities where they live and work. With VALOR, we have taken active roles in Fleet Week, the USO's Annual 9/11 Remembrance Walk and Carry the Load.

PepsiCo employs thousands of veterans across the United States and has been recognized as one of the country's most military-friendly employers. We believe in providing opportunity for military hires, not just in the name of service, but because they help our business succeed." Whether a reservist, a veteran, someone preparing to transition out of active service, or a military spouse – we encourage you to consider PepsiCo and the many Possibilities we offer.

We recognize that our service members give the performance of a lifetime every day. At PepsiCo, we perform with purpose. And together, we can blaze new trails and succeed.

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Meet our veterans

John

Sales District Leader
U.S. Marine Corps - Light Armored Vehicle Mechanic
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Mikel

Sales District Leader - Designate
U.S. Army - Quartermaster Officer, Operations Officer
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Mikel
Sales District Leader - Designate
U.S. Army - Quartermaster Officer, Operations Officer
About
Mikel

As a Sales District Leader Designate, my job is to enhance my leadership skills and provide the best sales environment for the dedicated employees of Frito-Lay. PepsiCo is filled with people who work hard and leaders that care about your professional growth and development. I find that my attention to detail and ambition to win are the key ingredients to support PepsiCo's goals in being the world's leader in the food and beverage industry.

Mikel
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Remember the “So What?” factor. If you only say “I ran a platoon,” not many people understand what you mean. Instead, give them the “So What” by saying, “I ran a platoon of 30 personnel with assets over $6 million” (use numbers true to your scenario). This will give them better understanding why something is important. Utilize the college benefits the military offers. Even if you have spent a lifetime in the military, it may not translate to job skills in the civilian sector.

Jaime

Maintenance Engineer Associate Supervisor
U.S. Army - Pennsylvania Army National Guard, Senior Signal Support Non-Commissioned Officer
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Jaime
Maintenance Engineer Associate Supervisor
U.S. Army - Pennsylvania Army National Guard, Senior Signal Support Non-Commissioned Officer
About
Jaime

As a Maintenance Engineer Associate Supervisor, my day-to-day operations include ordering parts and managing the process, making repairs or rebuilding, and maintaining staff coverage. Being a supervisor means being able to make sound decisions, ensure safety, manage time on tasks, and support the team effort. Having background knowledge in the job you are doing is vital. To be a maintenance supervisor you should have vast knowledge in mechanical items. A machine is a machine; you may have to learn how to operate it, but knowing how to read schematics and troubleshooting is a large leap in the right direction. This applies universally to any job you have your heart set on.

Jaime
's Advice

Remember the “So What?” factor. If you only say “I ran a platoon,” not many people understand what you mean. Instead, give them the “So What” by saying, “I ran a platoon of 30 personnel with assets over $6 million” (use numbers true to your scenario). This will give them better understanding why something is important. Utilize the college benefits the military offers. Even if you have spent a lifetime in the military, it may not translate to job skills in the civilian sector.

U.S. Marine Corps
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Army National Guard, 25C
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