Military Support

In 2005, while the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan were underway, Cintas employee-partners learned that a few of their co-workers were being called up for deployments and service. We created the Adopt a Military Partner program to help make their transitions in and out of work easier.

Since that time, this support system for deployed employee-partners and their families has reflected our culture of rallying around and embracing our team members in need. For the past 12 years, we’ve been honored to send care packages, letters, and emails to active military personnel from their families, as a way of thanking them for their dedication and sacrifice.

Because of these initiatives, we’ve also been commended for our front-line commitment—with awards that include being ranked as a Top Military-Friendly Employer by GI Jobs magazine every year since 2005, a Top Military-Spouse-Friendly Employer every year since 2015, and a Top Veteran-Friendly Company in 2016 by US Veterans magazine.

PROGRAMS WE SUPPORT

ADOPT A MILITARY PARTNER

We created the Adopt a Military Partner program to help make their transitions in and out of work easier. For the past 12 years, we’ve been honored to send care packages, letters and emails to active military personnel from their families, as a way of thanking them for their dedication and sacrifice.

AWARDS

Because of these initiatives, we’ve also been commended for our front-line commitment — with awards that include being ranked as a Top Military-Friendly Employer by GI Jobs magazine every year since 2005, a Top Military-Spouse-Friendly Employer every year since 2015, and a Top Veteran-Friendly Company in 2016 by US Veterans magazine.

RECRUITMENT

Cintas is committed to hiring military talent and we’re proud to be recognized as a Military Friendly Employer year over year. Our internal military program dates back to the early 90s when Cintas founder, Dick Farmer, a US Marine Veteran, ordered the creation of a program that sourced talent from the ranks of the Armed Forces. Today, we’ve expanded these recruitment programs to include post-hire development and mentorship among other things, but the value of utilizing military-experienced men and women is still as important as it was decades ago when the program started.”