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Veterans Engineering Program
Supporting veterans at every stage of their career.

What is the Veterans Engineering program?
The Veterans Engineering program is a paid 12-month career development program for veterans and military spouses with a background in mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, computer science or supply chain.
How it works
This program provides transitioning service members, veterans, and their spouses with critical skills to empower them as they transition into their new careers.
Who should apply
Transitioning veterans and spouses with backgrounds in electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, supply chain, or computer science that want to help Meta solve global challenges are eligible for this program.
How to apply
If your skill set matches what we’re currently looking for, you will complete a series of interviews to assess your current ability and potential for growth.

What happens during the Veterans Engineering program

Training and Areas of Focus

Veterans have unique mission-driven values and skill sets. This program will focus on formal classroom and on-the-job training to help bridge experiences and skill sets from a military career to one in tech.

Mentorship and Development

The program matches participants with mentors who have preceded them on the path. They will work on a variety of skills such as communication, task and time management, transitioning to (or becoming a better) tech lead, prioritization, and focusing on impact.

Experience and Evaluation

Upon successful completion of the program, participants will be considered for a full-time role at Meta.
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