Our culture

Becoming a Target team member means joining a community that values diverse voices and lifts each other up. Here, we believe your unique perspective is important, and you'll build relationships by being authentic and respectful. We're always striving to do what is right for Target, our team and guests by following our words with actions, collaborating across the organization to accomplish goals, and recognizing each other's wins.

Our values

Our values are at the core of who we are. They guide our daily behaviors, enabling us to bring our vision and purpose to life. These values fuel our culture and ensure every member of our team is working toward a common goal.


We value diverse voices and approaches. We act with authenticity and respect. We create equitable experiences for all.


We build trusted relationships. We collaborate across business functions. We recognize and celebrate progress.


We do what is right for Target, our team & guests. We deliver results that matter. We continually learn by valuing progress over perfection.

Endless opportunities

A rewarding career begins in a rewarding workplace, and at Target there are always endless opportunities for professional growth. Team members are supported in taking their careers to the next level with access to learning and development programs and debt-free degrees or certificates in business-aligned areas. Goals are clear, challenging and designed to develop knowledgeable, imaginative leaders dedicated to helping all of us succeed.


Working toward a more equal society

We believe diversity and inclusivity make teams and Target better. And we'll live that belief as champions of a more inclusive society by creating an equitable and inclusive workforce, cultivating an inclusive guest experience, investing in team member development and fostering equality in society. 

More about diversity, equity & inclusion

Partners in recruitment

Our relationships with professional organizations like the National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA), Reaching Out MBA (ROMBA) and Grace Hopper are one of the most important ways we recruit a diverse team. Learn more about these organizations and how they are helping us to achieve our goal of building the best team in retail.

Good to know

Target has invested more than $1 billion to support its team members and families during the coronavirus pandemic.

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It’s always been important to us that we build and develop a diverse Target team that reflects our guests and the communities we serve. Part of that commitment is setting data-driven goals and transparently holding ourselves accountable every day for making progress across the organization.

Kiera Fernandez
chief diversity and inclusion officer and senior vice president of talent and change