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Military, Veterans, & Spouses

It can be scary to step outside the norm and take a different career path different from everyone else’s. For military, spouses, and veterans, this might mean breaking free from traditional stay-at-home parenting and civil service work.Whether it be to provide financial cushioning for your spouse or to kickstart a new career without much background experience, Salesforce is a great place to start! We invite you to check out the important resources below to learn more.

Hear from others just like you!

As a Veteran, a career pivot into Salesforce will be an efficient one. The Salesforce Ecosystem functions in a way we are used to, we have our communities, we have our certifications, and then the need to gain and use experience. Veterans are already sufficient self starters and understand the need and use of mentorship, qualifications, and training. Your pivot will allow you to utilize the leadership, project management, and myriad of soft skills you gained via the military immediately to bring value to an organization with little to no experience.

Testimonial from    Elijah Green

Elijah Green

US Navy

Salesforce is free to learn, at your own pace, as long as you put in the work!

Testimonial from    Carrick Harp

Carrick Harp

US Marine Corp

Transfer Your Skills

Check out how some of our Talent Stacker Members translated their previous military experience to their Salesforce Career!

Project management: Managed complex projects and led a squad of individuals, ensuring timeliness of duties, equipment maintenance, and personnel safety.

Analytical skills: Responsible for analyzing information and reports to make quick, informed, and high-impact decisions. Maintained personnel database, training records, performance evaluations, and training schedules for personnel.

Attention to detail: Held accountable for supplies, inventory, pricing, ordering, and returns utilizing organization-specific software programs.

Leadership: Worked efficiently and productively in both small team settings and as an individual leader to complete the military tasks and maneuvers assigned to our unit.

Problem solving: Collaborated closely with team members to troubleshoot and resolve issues in a timely manner.

Your Questions Answered

Here are some questions or concerns we commonly hear from people thinking about making this transition

Stories of Success

Find out how they did it!