An Army special ops leader takes on Amazon operations
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Opportunities for veterans
At Amazon, we have teams and programs dedicated to finding opportunities to train and employ military veterans and their spouses.

We're constantly looking for leaders who think big, have a bias for action, and deliver results on behalf of our customers. We think veterans and military spouses are a great fit here at Amazon and employ thousands of them across our businesses.

Virtual jobs, real peace of mind

Amazon creating new part-time Virtual Customer Service roles.

Building new ways to serve

An Amazonian shares how he transitioned from the Army.

Celebrating veterans and military spouses

This Veterans Day, we revisited our pledge to hire 25,000 veterans by 2021, sharing that we are on track to exceed our promise.

Wounded veterans show that nothing is impossible

Amazon sponsors the Warrior Games and back competitors in the games.

Amazon’s Joining Forces pledge

Today, Amazon pledged to hire 25,000 veterans and military spouses over the next five years, and to train 10,000 active duty service members, veterans and military spouses.

What is Career Choice?

We want to make it easier for Amazonians to pursue their aspirations, but it can be difficult in this economy to have the flexibility and financial resources to teach yourself new skills. So we offer our hourly associates the Career Choice program.

Hiring military veterans

At Amazon, we employ over 17,500 veterans and military spouses—in roles ranging from our fulfillment center associates to executives in our corporate offices.

Helping employees pursue new careers through Career Choice

Four years ago when Amazon launched Career Choice, I don’t know that anyone realized just how profoundly the tuition assistance program would impact Amazon employees and their lives. We knew it was a peculiar idea, and we knew that helping people pursue their passions and career goals was the right thing to do.
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Sharing Amazon’s peculiar take on employee engagement

The U.S. Army is experiencing a number of transformations, and a lot of thought and effort is being put into keeping service members and their families engaged in the mission during this time of change.

Sarah Rhoads, Navy veteran and Regional Director of Operations

In the lead up to Veterans Day we are featuring a few military veterans and family members who work across Amazon.

From Army officer to fulfillment center maintenance

An interview with Aaron Guaderrama, Army Corporate Fellow
What's in a name?
Bigfoot, Houdini, and Nessie have all taken up
residence on Amazon’s Seattle campus.
But how did they end up there?
find out
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