Viasat is a growing, global company — more than 5,500 strong across 28 offices — all with a focus to bring really great service to all. We have a history of delivering results built on bold promises — to our customers, partners, and shareholders.
Seattle’s first interns relish the experience of working in one of Viasat’s smallest, newest sites
On a recent August afternoon, Viasat’s domestic campuses looked more like college campuses when interns and employees paraded around in school spirit wear and enjoyed a social lunchtime cookout. The event, held Aug. 2, was the second annual College Spirit Day held at the company. This day of fun, community and school spirit acts as an extension to Viasat’s summer intern program but is an event for all members of the company to celebrate. “One of our key reasons for [...]
A few years ago, someone told Kristi Jaska’s daughter that it’s not what you know, it’s who you know. That statement didn’t sit well with Jaska. “I was a little outraged at that,” Jaska said. “I think it’s most definitely about what you know, and then sharing what you know with other people to find new opportunities. It’s both.” Jaska, who is VP of engineering at Viasat, pioneered a successful career by drawing from the extensive foundation of knowledge [...]
The head of Viasat’s newest Pride Alliance chapter jumped into the celebration head first, and happily involved most of the Dublin staff in the week-long tribute to diversity.
Helping bring Wi-Fi to communities in Mexico is just the beginning for Viasat’s Kevin Cohen as the company expands globally.
Catching up with Dave Ryan, president of Viasat’s Space Systems division
Through the Wounded Warrior Project, Viasat engineer Larry Murray is helping fund a Georgia-based retreat where injured veterans can hunt, fish and enjoy nature
Employees match with new and existing hires to share knowledge of company and its many facets
Vice President of Consumer Services Tom Lookabaugh eager to work on evolving technology at a company he loves.
We take a few minutes to ask Denver systems engineer Thad Mazurczyk a few questions