Military to MITRE
During your transition from military to civilian life, taking the next step in your career is a big decision. That’s why we invite you to consider MITRE—a not-for-profit company that has solved problems for a safer world for more than six decades.
What makes MITRE different from other companies is our total commitment to unbiased advice. We have no commercial conflicts of interest to influence our findings.
It's not about increasing the bottom line. It’s about making a difference.
At MITRE, you will be part of a team of technical experts—many of them veterans themselves—helping solve our nation's biggest challenges. We take pride in our special role, partnering with government decision makers for the greatest impact. You will have the opportunity to apply your technical knowledge and passion to advance our public-interest mission.
Why Choose MITRE?
You chose the military because you wanted to serve our country. That's why we want you to consider MITRE—where your military and technical experience is respected and welcomed.
For nearly 60 years, MITRE has helped tackle our nation's most complex challenges. Every day, we have impact in areas as diverse as defense, intelligence, homeland security, cybersecurity, aviation, healthcare, and civil systems.
We Care About Our People
MITRE isn't just a place that creates value for our nation. We know you want to work at a place where you're valued too. That's why we provide:
- Competitive pay and comprehensive benefits
- Retirement plans with generous company matching contributions
- Outstanding laboratory facilities and IT infrastructure
- Generous education reimbursement and extensive in-house training
- Health and wellness programs
- Company-sponsored technical conferences and symposia
- Internal R&D program that turns ideas into real innovation
- Outstanding work-life balance
- A culture of inclusion and diversity
- Exceptional support for Reserve and National Guard participation
Our award-winning workplace has received recognition from Fortune, Forbes, Computerworld, The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, and many others. We've also received numerous awards for technical achievement, from organizations as diverse as AFCEA, the Marine Corps, and InformationWeek to R&D Magazine and the National Aeronautic Association.