On Campus Resources
Virginia Tech University and Boeing have entered into an MOU as part of VT’s and Boeing's commitment to veterans. The MOU will provide job interviews for Virginia Tech student veterans enrolled at Virginia Tech. All candidates must meet the minimum qualification of the position(s) being applied to for interview preference.
Student veterans can explore and apply for posted positions directly with Boeing. When doing so, make sure to follow the steps below. It is recommended - although not required - that student complete this survey upon submission of your application. OVS can assist with connecting the student directly with Boeing HR both within the company and/or on Blacksburg's campus.
How to Apply:
- Apply at jobs.boeing.com/veterans
- In the "How did you hear about us" section of the application select "ROTC_USA Program"
- In the Education Section please confirm that Virginia Tech appears in the "School or University" selection. Note this may pre-populate if uploading a resume.
Attention engineering and general business students:
In conjunction with the 44th Annual Engineering Expo September 12-14, 2023, the Office of Veteran Services and Boeing is assisting student veterans in engineering with resume reviews and interviews. To do this, review the following opportunities for engineering internships and full-time positions as well as a requisition for general business internships. Students should complete this survey for follow-up contacts in relation to the positions. The survey and resume submission should be complete NLT September 4, 2023. This process is heavily connected to the survey. Make sure to complete the survey in its entirety.
- Fall 2023 - 00000382710 - Engineering intern evergreen
- Fall 2023 - 00000382718 - Engineering full-time evergreen
- Fall 2023 - 00000382755 - Business intern evergreen
As part of the Expo, Boeing recommends students complete their registration on Yello with the hopes to add students to their “talent pool” and monitor them during expo.
Off Campus Resources
American Corporate Partners (ACP): ACP is a nonprofit that offers national corporate career counseling for veterans. One of its goals is to help former military personnel avoid underemployment by helping them find opportunities to develop long-term careers.
VA Hiring Programs and Incentives: Many government initiatives give employment preference to veterans. The Office of Personnel Management also looks to expand opportunities to hire and retain veterans, transitioning military service members, and their families.
Department of Veterans Affairs: The Veteran Employment Services Office (VESO) provides readiness assistance and outreach to former military personnel while working with employers to develop programs and strategies to hire veterans. For more information, read the VESO Fact Sheet.