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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.

Enabling faster intervention of military community suicides

AWS teams up with RallyPoint military social media platform and Harvard University's Nock Lab to use machine learning to aid intervention efforts by analyzing at-risk public posts.

"Alexa, play music by veterans"

Partnering with Amazon Music, Nashville nonprofit CreatiVets gives veterans a voice and fosters healing through creative expression.

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.

This Navy fighter pilot found a new mission with Amazon

As head of Amazon Air, Sarah Rhoads is one of thousands of veterans working at Amazon.

“Just write a bad book and learn from it”

How 50 pages written in downtime from military service led to a series of popular books.

Military experience and Amazon skills help stand up COVID-19 test sites

Guard soldier's work at COVID testing site helps scale sites across the state of Florida.

Devoted to service

Amazon small business owners focus on country and customers.

Where a holiday job can lead

Amazon will hire more than 100,000 seasonal employees this year. Fourteen years ago, Josh Teeter was one of them.
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