Military Native

Life after military service: veterans find a place to thrive at Spectrum
The qualities developed during military service – leadership, teamwork, trustworthiness and respect – can translate to a thriving career in the private sector. These are the same qualities that Spectrum, powered by Charter Communications, looks for in its own team members and it’s why the Fortune 100 broadband connectivity company and cable operator has a robust commitment to recruiting veterans and helping them build meaningful careers.
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Nearly one in ten people at Spectrum have a relationship with the U.S. military. They all bring unique experiences and training to our teams. And with robust programs and partnerships, we're helping transitioning service members, veterans, guard, and reserve members - as well as military spouses - make the most of their civilian careers.
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Tech Forward
Now more than ever, decision-makers from the most innovative global tech corporations know that talent retention is a key cornerstone for success.Amazon has proven to be no exception, as their commitment to retaining and training their workforce shows, including specialized technical programs for veterans and spouses reentering civilian life. These paid training initiatives include AWS re/Start, Amazon Technical Apprenticeships, Career Choice, and Amazon Technical Academy.
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