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George Ploss, a former Ground Operations Training Chief in the US Marine Corps, followed his love of innovation and mentorship to Oracle, where he puts industry-experienced professionals through a seven-month training program that teaches them how to be solution engineers. Having found fulfillment in a senior role at Oracle NetSuite, he feels the time is ripe to share what he’s learned from rising through the ranks in the business world, where his military experience still serves him to this day.
However, being a veteran isn’t the only part of his identity that he’s proud of. “As a Black American and a Marine, I stand on top of the sacrifices my ancestors made in order for me to have equal rights, serve my country, and work in finance and tech. Honoring those sacrifices is always on my mind and provides me with a principled foundation of how to make decisions.”
When Jennifer decided she was ready to leave the Navy and pursue a career in technology, Oracle’s specialized National Security Group division seemed like the perfect fit for her. In the Navy, Jennifer was accustomed to problem-solving and creating connections, skills necessary for her current role as practice manager for our military intelligence business.
Even though Jennifer was ready to ‘break up with the Navy,’ she found the prospect difficult. “Once I got to Oracle, I couldn’t get over how many veterans there were. The more I got into the organization, it seemed like nearly half the people here are veterans.”
These strong military connections helped ease Jennifer’s transition. “Between that and the fact that our job inherently still touches so much of the Department of Defense, it felt like I took one step out of the Navy, but I’m still contributing in different ways,” she shared.
Theresha knows all about resilience, hard work, and motivation -- all things that make her a skilled business analyst, supporting internal business operations in North America. These are also the traits found in military spouses like her, oftentimes unsung heroes, as they move from base to base in order to support the patriots serving. Theresa laments the fact that this lifestyle too often leaves military spouses underemployed, regardless of their experience or education. “My only wish is that every military spouse knew about this fantastic internship program,” she says. Oracle’s Veteran Internship Program (OVIP) connects veterans and military spouses with opportunities to connect with others that share their same experience, offer mentorship and facilitate their career growth. Theresha’s excited about the doors that OVIP has opened for her. “The program helped build my professional network, and given me the resources and practical experience needed to succeed in the corporate world.”
Didi Han, a database product management intern participating in the Oracle Veteran Internship Program is a first-generation Asian American, and an Army veteran who is passionate about the veteran community and technology. His family’s hard work and perseverance are a testimony of their determination to live the American dream. “Is it any surprise that I joined the Army after high school?” he said, explaining his desire to give back to the country that offered him a new home. Oracle’s dedication to diversity and professional development connected Didi with employee resource groups Oracle Professional Asian Leadership (OPAL) and Military Affiliated Veteran Employee Network (MAVEN) in order to drive Didi’s career forward as he continues to construct new LiveLab workshops, lead a platform-wide template transition, and create certification training materials.
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The Oracle National Security Region is a specialized division of our organization that requires a US Government Top Secret Clearance or higher. We're re-engineering the mission-critical systems that protect America.
Hear how Andrew’s experience as a Naval Intelligence Offer is serving him as a Technical Program Manager.
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Jo, a Principal Technical Program Manager, finds purpose in her passion—protecting America. Which is exactly what she does in her work for the Oracle National Security Division.
Our National Security Group serves as a valued partner to the US Intelligence Community. We deliver emerging technologies that are advancing the national security mission, driving operational insights, and safeguarding our nation. At the heart of our team is a rich culture of innovation, collaboration, and commitment to our customers. We’re proud to help the US Government tackle their most important Intelligence issues and offer advanced solutions.
From serving in the Navy to serving as the Executive Officer of our Military and Veteran Employee Network (MAVEN), Bill, a cloud solutions engineer, is a veteran leading the way.
SuiteVets is Oracle NetSuite’s enablement program for veterans. We help the military community find their feet in the corporate world and launch successful technology careers. You’ll take part in a three to four month onboarding program that is designed to hone the core values you bring as a veteran and expand your skillset as a civilian. You’ll learn first–hand how we impact our customers and gain valuable insight into various business environments.
Check back for the next opportunity to join our SuiteVets program. In the meantime, you can explore our other opportunities with NetSuite below.
Hear how SuiteVets helped Joel advance his consulting career at Oracle NetSuite.
Adam’s drive is what helped his military to civilian transition flow so smoothly, but he recognizes not everyone is as fortunate. His secret? Having a strong support system.
This seventh-month program prepares veterans for a successful career in pre-sales consulting at Oracle NetSuite. Hands-on training will give you in-depth knowledge of our solutions, systems, and sales organization. You’ll learn how to drive conversations with important customers, understand their business goals, and configure our solutions to meet their unique needs. By the end of this program, you’ll be an experienced professional ready to take on the world of business and technology.
Hear how Justin transferred his hard-earned military experience to a career in solution consulting and find out his top tips.
Previously a Logistics Officer in the Marines, David is now specializing in solution consulting for wholesale distribution companies.
This quarter-long internship gives veterans the opportunity to transition into life at Oracle while gaining hands-on training in a variety of business areas such as technology, data, logistics, HR, and sales. You’ll add to your business acumen and enhance your professional profile with valuable industry experience. Your dedicated on-boarding guide will help you navigate the change that corporate life brings and connect you with our military community.
When Renae’s career took a pause as she acclimated to the life of being a military spouse, she discovered Oracle’s Veteran Internship Program.
The Oracle VetTech Academy program is the perfect opportunity for recent transitioning service members, veterans, and military spouses looking to jump-start their careers in tech. If selected, you will participate in a 12-week development program that will give you the opportunity to use your military experience while being trained to join our world class Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) team. And the best part is, you’ll immediately start in a full-time position with benefits and Oracle Cloud certification options.
Oracle Class Of is focused on teaching the fundamentals of selling and providing you with skills to prepare you for success in the business development role, with the ability to achieve multiple levels of career progression with increasing levels of responsibility within inside sales.
This employee resource group can help you grow your career. Through inspiring mentors, inclusive recruitment practices, and community engagement, our goal is to make the most of veteran talent.
When you first join us, this mentor program will help you settle into Oracle’s work environment. A dedicated onboarding guide will answer all your questions and help you navigate the changes that corporate life brings.