Michael Muse, Operations Supervisor
Michael Muse, Operations Supervisor

On how Shell impacted Michael’s career:

“My experience with Shell has bridged my military logistics and people management skills with industry supply chain and management skills. Also, my operational management skills enabled me to learn the systems and procedures to make efficient decisions in day-to-day operations. I have become a more well-rounded employee as a result.”

Heidi Nelson, Lead Facility Engineer
Heidi Nelson, Lead Facility Engineer

Heidi’s take on why fellow veterans should join Shell:

“The enjoyment of working with great teams and making life-long connections doesn’t have to end when you leave the military. Shell employees are passionate about creating value through energy solutions and optimizes veterans who have exhibited problem solving skills, leadership, and the ability to excel in challenging environments.”

Brett Scull, Civil, Structural, Marine Discipline Lead
Brett Scull, Civil, Structural, Marine Discipline Lead

Brent on how Shell supports veterans transitioning to their new roles:

“Similar to the military, Shell realizes that the success or failure of the company depends completely on their people. With this in mind, Shell takes very seriously the well-being, satisfaction, and development of their people. Specific to Veterans, you are not alone. A massive network has been created. By tapping into our MILNET (military network organization), you are tapping into someone who has been in your exact shoes before, whether on the yellow footprints at boot camp or steel toe boots stepping into a refinery.”

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