Applied Materials respects each individual, welcomes diversity and embraces different perspectives as a key to innovation. Community is stronger when we stand together against racism and discrimination. Now more than ever we must speak up as allies for justice and equality.
A Culture of Inclusion
At Applied Materials, we value great talent and diverse perspectives, knowing our differences can be our greatest strength as a global leader. We believe that culture and workplace experiences matter to attracting and retaining the best people.
Empowering our people to reach their full potential is vital to make possible the innovation of the future. Ensuring that each individual has a fair and equal opportunity for development and advancement is core to our company’s mission. Our journey toward a true Culture of Inclusion will broaden and sustain the diversity of our workplace, promote varied ideas and approaches, and help us build a culture that benefits everyone -- our people, our customers, and our stakeholders. We will continue to advance our diversity and inclusion progress to date, and we are committed to pursuing new, non-traditional approaches that can move the needle.
Our Culture of Inclusion vision can move us toward achieving several goals. Among these: Applied is known as a top destination employer for great talent, an innovator and thought leader in diversity and inclusion, and a workplace where everyone can and wants to do their best work.
Our people are our greatest strength
“What I enjoy most about Applied is the challenging work and the opportunities I have to collaborate with other teams to develop amazing solutions.
In my current job, I get to work with some of the brightest people in the industry. I believe our diversity of thought and ideas help to fuel innovation.”
“One of the main reasons I chose to join Applied was its stability as a leading company in its industry. At first, I thought I would learn best practices and then go to a flashy start-up. But with all of the career development opportunities I have been given and been encouraged to make for myself - challenging new job roles, being supported by excellent mentors, working on projects that span the company and impact all employees, there’s just too much exciting stuff happening, and I'm looking forward to an exciting and long career.”
“Applied has provided me with an opportunity to develop solid fundamentals as a young professional in a fast-paced, technically challenging setting. Everyday I get to push the envelope of materials engineering. In my experience, even new college graduates can seize opportunities to make resounding contributions to the company and the industry as a whole.”
Employee resource groups
Our employee resource groups help foster diversity and inclusion and provide information sharing, support, educational opportunities and career development. These groups are active in promoting cultural awareness and volunteerism in their local communities.
- Applied PRIDE
- Asians in Motion (AIM)
- Persians at Applied Materials
- Hispanics in Partnership (HiP)
- Leadership Encouraging Achievement through Diversity/Black Employee Network (LEAD/BEN)
- Veterans Employee Team (VET)
- Women’s Professional Development Network (WPDN)
- Young Professionals Network (YPN)
Applied Materials is an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer. Applied Materials does not discriminate based upon race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, age, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, family care leave status, status as a protected veteran, or any other basis prohibited by law.
Applied Materials is committed to offering reasonable accommodations, upon request, to job applicants with disabilities. If you need assistance or an accommodation due to a disability, please contact us via e-mail: Accommodations_Program@amat.com, or by calling our HR Direct Help Line at 877-612-7547, option 1, and following the prompts to speak to an HR Advisor.