Saluting Our Military Community

Our tradition of hiring and supporting the military community began with our founder, World War II U.S. Navy veteran Ralph Roberts, and it continues today. We work to hire members of the military community at all levels across our organization. David Krook, a director of technical operations in Colorado, is one of our military hires locally. Read more about David Krook here.

Whether you’re a member of the military community beginning your civilian career, a veteran entrepreneur accelerating your business, or an organization working on behalf of local military initiatives, we thank all members of the military community for your dedication and service.

At Comcast, hiring and supporting our military members and their families is critical to the progress of our company and the communities we serve.  Connecting our communities is at the heart of what we do, and is a value and work ethic our military families bring to our company.

“We recognize the incredible talent our military community brings to any company – they are problem solvers, they are inventive, they come up with solutions to diverse problems in high stress situations.  Working with the military community is part of our DNA. Service matters – country, community and customers,” said U.S. Army Brig. Gen. (Ret.) Carol Eggert, Comcast NBCUniversal Senior Vice President of Military and Veteran Affairs.

External recognition for Comcast NBCUniversal’s commitment to military engagement include:

More than just hiring, Comcast NBCUniversal is proud to offer an unmatched suite of employment benefits in order to make sure a professional working environment exists for those who serve in the Guard and Reserve, as they make up almost one-half of the U.S. military.

Benefits include:


If you are a member of the military community, we want to say thank you, and know we will continue to hire and support this incredible community.  We will look to you to help us develop new partnerships and create even more opportunities to serve our communities.

Learn more about Comcast NBCUniversal’s military commitment here.

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