Veterans leave the military with an invaluable set of skills. Check out the companies making it possible for them to find fulfilling careers after their service.
We’re in Chicago, rolling down the tracks of the Canadian Pacific Railway. Serving more than 25 years in the rail industry, CP President and CEO’s Keith Creel devotion and leadership remain stronger than ever. As a U.S. veteran, Creel is committed to hiring our nation’s vets. In 2018, the company had already hired more than 100 military veterans. Stay tuned to meet some of the company’s military vets, who discuss the hardships they faced post-service and how it feels to be employed by CP.
Located in more than 43 states, TravelCenters of America delivers opportunities to veterans across the heartland. Get an inside look at TA’s veteran hiring process and how the company caters to those who have served.
As one of the largest electric power companies in the U.S., Duke Energy provides electricity to more than seven million customers in six states. They’re also committed to hiring veterans. The company holds an annual goal of hiring 14 percent of all new employees from active or former military.
Veterans leave the military as experts in leadership, flexibility, teamwork, and problem-solving. Herc Rentals, one of the largest equipment rental firms in the U.S., believes these traits provide a perfect foundation for their career after service.