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Serving veterans and military families

This November, Microsoft is proud to celebrate Veterans Day and Military Family Month. As part of our ongoing commitment to support the military community, we want to ensure that veterans, service members and their families have access to the skills and knowledge they need to obtain and retain jobs that provide financial stability and the opportunity for personal growth.

Microsoft works with partners to provide technology and skills training to empower veterans and military families to succeed in a digital future.

Microsoft Software & Systems Academy

Microsoft Software & Systems Academy (MSSA) provides transitioning service members and veterans with critical career skills required for today’s growing technology industry.

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LinkedIn for Good

LinkedIn is proud to support the military and veterans community. As you launch the next stage of your career, or as your family moves from base to base, we’re offering eligible service members, veterans and military spouses one year of free access to LinkedIn Premium and LinkedIn Learning.

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Team Rubicon and Microsoft Philanthropies

Team Rubicon’s 73,000 volunteers, roughly 70 percent of whom are military members, have delivered support in 230 disaster responses worldwide. Microsoft has entered a new strategic partnership with Team Rubicon to integrate the nonprofit’s core functions — from volunteer management and resource deployment to data analysis and mobile communication — on Microsoft technology.

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Career Pathways for employers

Microsoft is committed to creating a digital economy that benefits everyone, including our veterans and military families. Our Career Pathways work brings together a diverse group of partners working together to reshape the labor market for the 21st century. If you are an employer wanting to help reimagine the labor market and find and retain skilled workers, including veterans and their families, get involved with Career Pathways.

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