The Home Depot

The Home Depot recognizes that members of the U.S. military community are highly skilled, motivated and hardworking.

In an effort to support this community, The Home Depot joined forces in 2004 with the U.S. Departments of Defense, Labor and Veterans Affairs to provide rewarding and challenging career opportunities in our stores and distribution centers across the nation for current and former members of America’s military. In 2012, we made a commitment to hire 55,000 veterans in 5 years. We are on target to reach that goal by the end of 2015 – two years ahead of schedule!

We want you!

At The Home Depot we don’t just talk about supporting our military.

Just ask the more than 60,000 veterans we have hired since 2004. We offer a work environment that values the skills learned through military service, while providing the flexibility needed by those who serve in the National Guard, reserves or who are military spouses.

Our efforts have been recognized by G.I. Jobs magazine, where we have made the list of “Top 25 Military-Friendly® Employers” for seven consecutive years, including No. 1 in 2004.

Corporate Responsibility

The Home Depot is built on the principle of creating value for our stockholders while never forgetting our values. We seek to be profitable, responsible and balance the needs of our communities.

​Values

The Home Depot’s values guide the beliefs and actions of all associates on a daily basis. Our values are the fabric of the Company’s unique culture and are central to our success.
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