When you read a VMware job description, you’ll see we focus on performance outcomes rather than current capabilities.
We believe everyone has potential. In interviews, our goal is to uncover your potential by talking about your individual strengths.
To give everyone a fair chance when applying for jobs, our hiring teams complete unconscious bias and equitable interview training.
"The VMware Ascent Technical Boot Camp prepared me for my role by giving me an introduction to VMware. It really set me up to work in a diverse environment."
- Akyya Mayberry, Member of Technical Staff and Ascent Technical Bootcamp participant
"I had a flourishing career which I had to leave to take care of my parents. The Nakshatra program helped me technically upskill—now, I’m working in a role I love."
- Archana Panchal, Member of Technical Staff, VMware
"My favorite aspect of VMware CodeHouse was meeting new women working in technology. I’m glad I chose to apply for CodeHouse and was part of the event."
- Anonymous VMware CodeHouse Palo Alto 2020 Attendee
"Thank you, VMware, for the Rise Scholarship. I was thrilled to know your team took the time to thoroughly review my application and believed in me and my story."
- Ledornubari Nwilene, Junior at Drexel University
"Neurodiverse employees tremendously enrich our teams. Inclusion of neurodiverse employees should be as obvious as our efforts in gender or race."
- Dirk Hohndel, Vice President, Chief Open Source Officer, VMware
Every person’s career pathway is unique. Some go to university. Others don’t. Some take a break to raise a family or pursue other dreams. Whatever your pathway, there’s a place for you at VMware—plus the opportunity to make a real difference in tech.
Are you studying Computer Science or a related degree at a U.S. university? If you identify as a woman or you’re from an underrepresented community, you may apply for a VMware scholarship. We offer scholarships to future innovators who demonstrate a passion for technology, leadership and community involvement.
VMware CodeHouse gives students from underrepresented communities an opportunity to build upon their coding experience. At these weekend-long virtual coding events, diverse groups come together to tackle a technical challenge that tests their skills and helps them give back to their communities.