What is Handshake 2 Hire (H2H)?
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You may be looking for a Military Skills Translator tool. Don't worry - you're in the right place. At Lockheed Martin, we believe in connecting military personnel like you to people - not technology. You've served our country; now let us serve you.
When you are transitioning away from the military, securing employment is most likely one of your top priorities. Handshake 2 Hire, a Lockheed Martin-exclusive process for transitioning and recently separated military veterans, provides you with the resources you need to successfully enter the workforce after service. Learn more from Jason Boone, our Military & Veteran Outreach Lead.
How does Handshake 2 Hire work?
To get started with the Handshake 2 Hire process, click the button below. The key pieces of information you provide help us drive communications to you, initiate screenings and identify you for critical skills roles. Our military relations team will be informed of your submission and will work to match your resume and desired career path to open positions within Lockheed Martin. You'll receive regular communications and resources from us during this time. Ready to join H2H?
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After you join Handshake 2 Hire, you can explore the additional resources below to connect with us further and learn more about our commitment to veterans like you.
Meet Our Military Relations Managers
Our Military Relations Managers are focused on one thing: supporting your successful transition from military service to a civilian career. All of our MRMs are veterans. Like you, they've been through the transition and military separation process. Because of this, they're able to leverage their personal experiences, coupled with corporate talent acquisition experience, to provide you with resources you need to successfully enter the civilian workforce. The MRM team represents Lockheed Martin at career and transition events. But most important: they are your point of contact to navigate H2H and our hiring process.
Check out their bios on the link below and connect with our team.
Meet Our MRMs
Career transition success happens when personal connections happen. Our team is committed to hosting and attending career events dedicated to the military community. The hallmark of our event opportunities are the bi-weekly Monday Military Chat. This virtual event kicks off with a live, interactive session to review our military transition programs, provide tips on transition success and answer your questions. After kick off, you will join booths to talk one-on-one with Military Relations Managers and recruiters from our business areas to make a direct connection to Lockheed Martin.
To register for the next Monday Military Chat, click the button below:
Register for Monday Military Chat
To see all Military Events, click below:
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Please note, at this time, all events are virtual due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lockheed Martin Heroes
The Lockheed Martin Heroes Program provides fellowships to military members transitioning to civilian careers, military spouses, caregivers and wounded warriors. We partner with organizations such as; Hiring our Heroes Corporate Fellowship Program, DoD SkillBridge Program, USSOCOM Wounded Warrior Internship Program and the military Career Skills Programs (CSP) to offer the fellowships.
The fellowships include three to six-month, on-the-job training experiences for transitioning service members and a six-week on-the-job training experience for military spouses and caregivers. Participants translate their skills in a new industry and execute dynamic career changes. Our Lockheed Martin Heroes develop commercial skills and build professional networks inside the Business Area, allowing them to interview for full-time roles before they complete their fellowship.
To learn more about our Lockheed Martin Heroes program, click the button below.
Supporting Our Veterans Through Partnerships
At Lockheed Martin, we have a long-standing commitment to successful job transition for America's veterans — providing opportunities for them to continue contributing to the security of our nation even after their military service. And we are grateful to our partners - like Hiring Our Heroes, Student Veterans of America and American Corporate Partnership - that help make the transition easier.
Click the button below to learn more about our partnerships.
What is recruitment fraud?
Recruitment fraud is a growing trend in which bad actors post fraudulent job listings or contacts individuals with the false promise of being hired by a company. Typically, these bad actors will pretend to be employees of well-known companies, such as Lockheed Martin.
Be vigilant. During the Lockheed Martin hiring process, you will never be asked to:
• Apply for a position via a non-Lockheed Martin site.
• Provide your social security number before you’ve accepted an offer. In some instances, we are required to validate US Government Security Clearance status. In this case, a recruiter will contact you directly to obtain your personally identifiable information prior to an offer.
• Provide payment to Lockheed Martin. In the event that you are required to travel for an interview, please discuss the Candidate Expense Reimbursement process with your recruiter. Learn more on our Frequently Asked Questions page here.
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