Slalom Military is a community that empowers veterans as they transition from active service to successful private sector careers.
Each year, about a quarter of a million veterans transition from active-duty service. Translating their military training and experience to the private sector can be a challenge—a challenge Slalom Military takes as both a great honor and a great opportunity.
Says Jeff Northcutt, cross-market lead for Slalom Military, “It’s about living the Slalom core value of Do what is right, always by honoring the sacrifice this group of men and women have made on behalf of our country. And it’s not just right—it’s smart. Harnessing the incredible talent and experience of our veterans benefits our clients, partners, employees, and our local communities.”
I learned patience in the military. People ask how I’m not frustrated by certain things. Patience allows me to see the bigger picture and realize that it’s just the moment that we’re in.
I learned to converse with people from hugely different backgrounds. We literally had Lords of the realm and private soldiers from the inner city. You learn to empathize with people on a very realistic level.
Work with us
Are you a vet interested in working for Slalom? “We see a huge opportunity for veterans in the consulting industry and tech sector, given the skills and values learned during their military service,” says Jeff Northcutt. To that end, Slalom partners with these Veteran Service Organizations to train and recruit:
Our veteran partners
We also work with our technology partners in their efforts to support veterans.
Strength in diversity
Slalom is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce that embraces a breadth of people and perspectives and reflects the communities in which we work and live.
A chat with the Sergeant Major of the Army
Tune into a fireside chat with the 16th Sergeant Major of the Army (SMA) Michael Grinston.
SMA Grinston has served over 35 years in the military, been awarded multiple service medals, and served in multiple combat tours. Listen in to hear him discuss leadership, diversity in the workplace, and mentorship. Chris Springer, St. Louis Senior Director, and Los Angeles GM Karl Mehu joined us as moderators. Fun fact: Chris Springer served with SMA Grinston from 1998-2001 in the 173rd Airborne Brigade in Vicenza, Italy.