We are dedicated to connecting the best and brightest military talent to Intel. Your strength of purpose, commitment to excellence, and dedication to teamwork is an ideal fit for Intel’s culture. Whether you are an experienced professional or recently transitioned Veteran, Intel has opportunities for you.
Hear From Our Veterans
Veterans will continue to be a key contributor to a future where the boundary between digital and physical is eroding, computing is truly mobile and ubiquitous, and everything is smart and connected. Your service at Intel does more than just supply our company with great talent, it reminds us of how lucky we are to have extraordinary men and women voluntarily serve our country and represent us the world over. The employees who have worn the uniform of the U.S. Armed Forces are a runaway success at our company and supporting Veterans is not just the right thing to do; it’s a critical part of our business success.
Veterans at Intel
Seven percent of Intel U.S. based employees have self-identified as military Veterans representing the Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marines, Merchant Marines, and Navy. They all contribute to the organization in a variety of business groups that include manufacturing, sales, human resources, information technology, and many others.
“Working for Intel has allowed me to apply leadership skills, teamwork, and will to accomplish the mission against all odds. Intel likes to keep a tight ship and reward the overachiever which is another attribute Veterans possess. Intel is much like the Marines in which they are the best of the best at what they do.”—LJ Walker, Marine Corps
“Transitioning from military to civilian life can be tough, but working in an environment that shares many of the same values instilled in me while serving made it much easier. This, coupled with the number of Veterans in the workplace, made me feel at home.”—Cecil Baird, Navy
“Intel has been especially accommodating to me as a Veteran by having such a large Veteran workforce. I directly work with many Veterans in both peer and management levels. It’s encouraging to be surrounded by like individuals. Daily, I take the leadership skills I learned in the Air Force and apply them in my current role.”—Grace Easter, Air Force
“My service as a Veteran is well recognized in that Intel will always have my back which is why they are a great employer for Veterans in the Guard and Reserve”—John Burk, Army
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Frequently Asked Questions
Careers at Intel
Careers at Intel
Is my military experience a benefit to Intel?
Absolutely! Intel wholeheartedly believes in the talent of our highly-skilled military service members and Veterans. Individuals with a military background have valuable, demonstrated real-world experience in both technical, management, and other skills. We know that the Military shares our values - discipline, quality, risk taking, results orientation, customer orientation, and great place to work. More than simply words, they are something we live by each day. They speak to everyone within our diverse workforce; service members who have lived and breathed these values will do well at Intel.
Do I need an advanced or technical degree?
No. We have positions in both business and technical disciplines. We value the leadership and generalist skills that many service members bring from their military background.
Do my skills/experience translate to a jobs?
We encourage Veterans and service members to apply to any job for which they meet our basic qualifications and feel they can add value. We have individuals with military backgrounds working all across Intel and have a long history of hiring Veterans and service members. There are natural transitions into areas like:
Benefits at Intel
Benefits at Intel
Does Intel offer training and tuition assistance?
Intel provides mentoring programs, individualized development plans, and extensive employee training and development opportunities from a variety of sources including our internal training organization. All of our employees are encouraged to learn and grow.
In addition to job-development courses, the Intel® Learning Network also offers a broad range of programs for enhancing personal and professional growth. In fact, Intel's My Learning is so popular that it offers over 2,400 technical and development courses from which to choose, with the average Intel employee taking six courses per year. While employees worldwide benefit from our extensive course offerings, many eligible employees also take advantage of our tuition reimbursement program.
Is assistance available for transitioning from the military?
Intel continually builds relationships with military installations and participates in key career fairs and events tailored specifically to Veterans in transition.
We also strive to provide an environment where employees from diverse backgrounds are valued, respected, challenged, acknowledged, and rewarded so they can maximize their productivity and fulfill their personal and professional goals. One way Intel encourages this interaction is through our network of employee groups. American Veterans at Intel (AVI) is just one of our 25 chartered employee groups.
How do Intel's benefits compare to the military?
Intel believes employees are the most important investment for success and our comprehensive compensation and benefits program reflects that. Our programs are designed to provide Intel employees and their families with the stability of long-term financial security and protection.
In addition to providing a comprehensive benefits package which is competitive with all public and large private organizations, Intel also has programs such as Military Leave for eligible employees who are called to military service.
Life at Intel
Life at Intel
What's it like to work at Intel?
Our culture is a great fit for military service members and Veterans. Intel has a results-oriented, get-the-job-done culture that focuses on continuous improvement. Our industry changes quickly and we're constantly facing new challenges that require fast, creative problem solving. Employees are expected to take initiative in their jobs by expressing opinions and taking risks. We have an open-door environment where feedback and coaching from management and peers is readily available and encouraged.
Where does Intel hire?
Intel has locations all over the world. In the U.S., we have several major sites including:
Watch Intel Veterans Push Their Way into the Record Books
Intel employees attempted to set a new world record to honor our U.S. military personnel on Veterans Day. How did we do? Watch the video to find out!