Salute Military Skillbridge
In an ever-evolving world, preparing our military service members for successful civilian transitions is paramount. Through a collaborative effort with the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD), Salute has established the Salute Skillbridge initiative. It serves as a bridge between the military and civilian sectors, empowering our dedicated men and women with valuable skills, experiences, and opportunities.
Salute can now provide military members who are separating within 180 days of service with career and apprenticeship opportunities in a variety of Salute roles.
Learn more about the Skillbridge Opportunities in the Data Center Industry.
The Ideal Candidate
The ideal candidate should have a desire to gain experience in the data center industry, an understanding of the skills and qualifications required for different positions, and a commitment to learning and professional growth.
This opportunity is for military members eligible for SkillBridge who are interested to work within the Data Center Industry.
You will gain practical experience in various roles such as Physical Security, Data Center Technician/Remote Hands, Critical Facilities Maintenance, Sales, Marketing, Talent Acquisition, Project Management and more.
Why Choose Salute for your Skillbridge Opportunity
See Salute Skillbridge Employees in Action
Salute Military Community: Steve Martin
“Working for the military, you are surrounded by processes and policies your whole career. Not knowing how to adapt to the corporate world typically brings a lot of anxiety. Veterans helping other veterans provides assurance and confidence for the separating member. For members already separated, supporting veterans is about common bonds and guidance with resources.”
From Airman to Civilian
From Airman to Civilian: The Inspiring Success Story of a Military Veteran Using the DoD Skillbridge Program
“Had I not done the SkillBridge program, I would not have grown as much as I have in such a short period. The confidence I gained from this experience will never be forgotten.”