“Transitioning from the military took a lot of adjustments. When I first got out, I was kind of nervous and didn’t know what to expect. As soon as I transitioned and found a good home, Mediacom I call home, I just felt comfortable, welcomed and appreciated here. That’s why I have been here so long.”

– Cheryl Thompson, Supervisor, Customer Service

Meet Our Veterans

Mediacom is proud to have hundreds of veterans that work with us every day. Mediacom values our veterans, the experience they bring and believe they are critical to our business success. We want to thank each of them for their service, and we are happy to be able to provide careers and opportunities to be supported here at home. Take a moment to hear from some of our veterans. If you find yourself in the middle of the transition from the military to civilian work, please consider a career with Mediacom. We’ll be happy to talk to you about how to translate your experience from the military to opportunities for success with our company.


“I would tell any Veteran to come here and work.”


“I would tell any Veteran to come here and work.”


“Absolutely I would recommend Mediacom as a career for Veterans. There is opportunity throughout the company for advancement. I started right at the bottom of the ladder, like most employees at Mediacom have and worked my way up quickly through the ranks.”


“I think Veterans succeed quite easily here because Mediacom embraces their talent, talents that most military people don’t realize they have.”


“I had a very easy transition from military to civilian life. For those veterans that don’t, Mediacom offers an employee assistance program which has someone to talk to 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They offer assistance from choosing a daycare all the way up to financial assistance. It’s a great perk.”

“You only need to bring yourself to Mediacom and your work ethic. All the training is offered through the company.”

– Greg Nank, Vice President, Engineering

Transition Tips

We here at Mediacom understand that the transition from active duty to civilian life can be a difficult process. Below we share with you some tips on how to plan for this transition and how to showcase your skills to employers.

Think Ahead

  • Begin a plan before completing your service
    • Make sure you compile your military records and check them for accuracy
    • Keep your original DD-214 (and all service documents) in a safe place and make certified copies.
  • Take advantage of resources afforded to you
  • Begin to research how to translate your military experience to the professional workforce


  • Attend networking events, job fairs
  • Get online
    • Sites like LinkedIn are a great way to connect with employers as well as other resources to guide you through this transition
  • Know what you bring to the table and how to convey that to potential employers in a short, clear and concise message

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