"We don’t just hire veterans and military spouses, we empower them to become our future leaders."
– Laura Schmiegel, Military and Veteran Affairs Lead
Our Key Military Partnerships
Together with our nonprofit partners, we help tackle some of the military community’s toughest challenges.
Hiring Our Heroes
Booz Allen has partnered with Hiring Our Heroes since 2013. Their mission—connecting veterans, service members, and military spouses with meaningful employment opportunities—is essential to our nation’s security and the sustainability of our military. Together, we’re developing some of the most innovative solutions to address veteran and military spouse employment. Learn more about our partnership with Hiring Our Heroes.
Elizabeth Dole Foundation
Military caregivers are the spouses, parents, family members, and friends who care for America’s wounded, ill, or injured veterans. Using our most advanced data analytics capabilities, we’re committed to supporting the Elizabeth Dole Foundation in finding solutions to the most critical challenges and associated root causes facing these “hidden heroes.” Learn more about our partnership with the Elizabeth Dole Foundation.
Tackling the Military’s Toughest Challenges
We’re transforming defense into a future-ready force. Our unique combination of technical skill, consulting expertise, and deep understanding of the military’s mission allows Booz Allen to address our military clients’ challenges in new ways.
Booz Allen’s consultants are working with the U.S. Military Health Services to overcome these challenges and more. By devising and implementing a plan that accounts for every step, every layer, and every contingency, they’re helping one of the world’s largest and most bureaucratically complex healthcare organizations go from frequently falling below industry benchmarks to exceeding them. Read More
It’s more than a job. It’s a mission.
At Booz Allen, you’ll help bring warfighters home, advance healthcare, and protect the vulnerable. Because even though you’ve left the military, the mission still needs you—and we have a challenging new way to serve.