You committed to our country. We're committed to your career.

From Maintenance Mechanics to Finance Directors, Kellogg is eager to hire Veterans into our company at all levels. We are proud of our history of recruiting and developing Veterans across the United States. We recognize that military-experience brings exceptional and valuable knowledge, skills, and experience to our company.

 

Morgan, Sr. Manager in IT & KVets Co-Chair

"Veterans’ wide array of experiences and leadership prepares them extremely well to thrive in an organization like Kellogg. We know it is a business advantage for us to hire more Veterans into Kellogg, which is exactly why it is a priority for us."
Joe Metzger, SVP of Supply Chain North America

To Veterans inside and outside of our company, thank you!

Bill

Bill, Sr. Manager in Category Management

Jamie

Jamie, Manager in Order to Cash

LaMont

Lamont, Sr. Manager in Procurement

What We're Known For

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Veteran-Friendly Partner
RecruitMilitary
DiversityInc
Top 50 Companies for Diversity
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Military Times
"Best for Vets" Employers, 2019
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Hiring Our Heroes
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U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation

Why we believe
in hiring Veterans

First, thank you for your service! We admire your courage in serving our country. We know that Veterans are equipped with the wide range of skills and competencies as their civilian counterparts, but they generally have a broader depth of experience. In addition, we believe Veterans can bring strong discipline and structure to many aspects of our company.

Our 2018 Veterans Day Message

KVets

Our KVets & Supporters Business Employee Resource Group leads the way in celebrating and supporting all who have served in the military inside and outside of our company.

Builds Adults

Kellogg’s History
of Supporting Veterans

In honor of Veterans day, Kellogg’s Manager of Corporate Records & Archives shares some of Kellogg’s proudest moments in supporting Veterans.

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Transitioning from the military
to a civilian career?

It starts with preparation—and having a smart sister doesn't hurt either!

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Job Listings for Military Skills