Memorable Moments

Powering Caterpillar’s 95-year legacy are the members of Team Caterpillar who bring perspective, innovation and dedication to work every day. Through their solutions-driven mentality and commitment to doing the work that matters, envelopes are pushed, and barriers are broken. In short, their work’s impact is far-reaching and long-lasting.

Join us as we look back at some of our favorite people-fueled moments, including some advice they shared throughout the year.

Advice from #TeamCaterpillar to Build a Career that Matters  

Sherley Tyus


Fifty Years and Counting - Miss Sherley’s Machines

Sherley celebrated 50 years with Caterpillar. See how she did it and the advice she has to help you build a long-lasting career, too.

Resume Tips


Four Tips on Having the Best Resume from These Caterpillar Recruiters 

Executive recruiters are responsible for finding future leaders of Caterpillar. They shared their top tips to make your resume shine.  

Meet the People Who Drive Impact at Caterpillar

Nick Pflederer


Behind the Iron, Behind the Lens

His career spans a decade, and his work captures the very essence of the Caterpillar brand. If a picture is worth a thousand words, Nick could fill up a library with the stories captured in his work as a corporate photographer. Go behind the lens.

Eshwar Nag Kotha Sivaprakash


Software Developer Generates Enterprise-Wide Digital Impact

When Eshwar took the initiative to make improvements to an existing algorithm, his career took off and he joined a project that was building the enterprise-changing digital application that has enhanced the way customers interact with their products. Not too shabby for only being a year and a half into his role. 

Empowering Perspectives and Strengthening Collaboration 

LaNitra John

Innovative Teams Built on a Diverse Mix of Talent

See why this graphical content leader ensures that her team is filled with people with unique experiences and perspectives, and how she encourages collaboration within her team.

Kyle Brant

Inclusion in the Enterprise

As an apprentice, Kyle is learning the ropes to advance to the top role at his Stockton facility. Kyle has cerebral palsy and is committed to advocating for the employment of people with disabilities.  

Some of the images used in this communication were taken prior to the COVID-19 global pandemic.