Guest Blog: Comcast’s Commitment to the Military Community

At Comcast NBCUniversal, the tradition of hiring and supporting the military community began with our founder, World War II U.S. Navy veteran Ralph Roberts, and has continued to this day.

We have long recognized the incredible talent our military community brings to any company – they are problem solvers, they are inventive and they come up with solutions to diverse issues in high stress situations. Comcast is committed to 21,000 military hires by the end of 2021, and we hire members of the military at all levels of our company. If you’re interested in a career with Comcast, you can view and apply for our current job opportunities by visiting, https://jobs.comcast.com/programs/military

We believe in rewarding those who have given to our county, because we understand that service matters. To show our appreciation, veterans and actively serving military customers can receive a $100 prepaid card and a $25 Xfinity coupon by visiting the following site, https://www.xfinity.com/Military.

To ensure veterans are ready for anything, we also offer an affordable home internet program, Internet Essentials, to low-income veterans. At $9.95 per month + tax, low-income veterans can connect to the Internet at home to receive the benefits they deserve and learn the digital skills they need to be successful as civilians in our fast-paced, global economy.

Sign up today at https://internetessentials.com or click on the video below to hear one veteran’s perspective on the Internet Essentials program:

Whether you’re a member of the military community beginning your civilian career, a veteran entrepreneur accelerating your business, a military spouse, or an organization, like Peak Military Care Network, working on behalf of local military initiatives, we thank you for your service.

If you’re still curious about Comcast NBCUniversal’s commitment to the military community, learn more at https://corporate.comcast.com/values/military.

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