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Military Skills

If you have a commitment to quality and innovation that mirrors our commitment to men and women of the armed forces, take time to learn more about the career paths available here. Use the Military Skills Translator to convert your military experience into opportunities available at UnitedHealth Group. It's a genuine opportunity to do your life's best work.SM

Partnerships

When it comes to health care, the men and women who help keep the peace deserve the greatest peace of mind. At UnitedHealth Group, we're all about finding better ways to help improve their lives no matter where life may take them. Our partnerships span from the state level to government programs; supporting those who serve and their families with the honor and respect they deserve.

Veterans Job Mission:

UnitedHealth Group was named a 2017 Military Friendly Employer by Victory Media, the publisher of G.I. Jobs and Military Spouse magazines

As of March 31, 2015, the coalition has collectively hired 241,833 U.S. Military veterans and is now committed to hire 1 million veterans.

Paralyzed Veterans of America:

Paralyzed Veterans of America and UnitedHealth Group have formed a strategic partnership to help veterans transition to civilian life and navigate the complex landscape of finding jobs.

Veteran Family Support:

The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation honored UnitedHealthcare with the Globe and Anchor Award for its support in providing needs-based scholarships to children of U.S. Marines. (2016)

Employee Support of the Guard & Reserve (ESGR):

Since 2012, UnitedHealth Group has upheld our Employee Support of the Guard and Reserve, affirming the company's commitment to its employees who are retired, active-duty and reserve military personnel.

Local Outreach:

UnitedHealth Group has formed partnerships with state workforce agencies, Vocational Rehabilitation Agencies, Veteran Affairs and the Wounded Warrior Project regional offices nationwide.

Each quarter, we reach out to more than 300 military and disability organizations nationwide to develop relationships and to help promote job opportunities in areas with high volume hiring.

Innovation Partnership with Veterans Affairs:

UnitedHealth Group is a founding partner with the VA Center of Innovation (formerly the VAi2) and has been collaborating closely with their team since 2012.

Ride 2 Recovery:

UnitedHealthcare is a lead sponsor of Ride 2 Recovery, providing financial, in-kind and volunteer support at cycling events across the country to help injured veterans recover from physical and mental wounds suffered in combat. Click here to learn more.

My Career Advancement Account Scholarship:

UnitedHealth Group is a partner of myCAA Scholarship, a workforce development program that provides up to $4,000 of tuition assistance to eligible military spouses. The scholarship helps military spouses pursue licenses, certificates, certifications or associate degrees necessary to gain employment in high-demand, high-growth portable career fields and occupations.

The scholarships are designed to further portable careers for spouses, and can be used to pay for education, training and testing in hundreds of occupations. Funds can cover occupational license or credential examinations, and associated courses.

Initiatives

When it comes to health care, the men and women who help keep the peace deserve the greatest peace of mind. At UnitedHealth Group, we're all about finding better ways to help improve their lives no matter where life may take them. Our partnerships span from the state level to government programs; supporting those who serve and their families with the honor and respect they deserve.

Veterans Job Mission:

UnitedHealth Group was named a 2017 Military Friendly Employer by Victory Media, the publisher of G.I. Jobs and Military Spouse magazines

As of March 31, 2015, the coalition has collectively hired 241,833 U.S. Military veterans and is now committed to hire 1 million veterans.

Paralyzed Veterans of America:

Paralyzed Veterans of America and UnitedHealth Group have formed a strategic partnership to help veterans transition to civilian life and navigate the complex landscape of finding jobs.

Veteran Family Support:

The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation honored UnitedHealthcare with the Globe and Anchor Award for its support in providing needs-based scholarships to children of U.S. Marines. (2016)

Employee Support of the Guard & Reserve (ESGR):

Since 2012, UnitedHealth Group has upheld our Employee Support of the Guard and Reserve, affirming the company's commitment to its employees who are retired, active-duty and reserve military personnel.

Local Outreach:

UnitedHealth Group has formed partnerships with state workforce agencies, Vocational Rehabilitation Agencies, Veteran Affairs and the Wounded Warrior Project regional offices nationwide.

Each quarter, we reach out to more than 300 military and disability organizations nationwide to develop relationships and to help promote job opportunities in areas with high volume hiring.

Innovation Partnership with Veterans Affairs:

UnitedHealth Group is a founding partner with the VA Center of Innovation (formerly the VAi2) and has been collaborating closely with their team since 2012.

Ride 2 Recovery:

UnitedHealthcare is a lead sponsor of Ride 2 Recovery, providing financial, in-kind and volunteer support at cycling events across the country to help injured veterans recover from physical and mental wounds suffered in combat. Click here to learn more.

My Career Advancement Account Scholarship:

UnitedHealth Group is a partner of myCAA Scholarship, a workforce development program that provides up to $4,000 of tuition assistance to eligible military spouses. The scholarship helps military spouses pursue licenses, certificates, certifications or associate degrees necessary to gain employment in high-demand, high-growth portable career fields and occupations.

The scholarships are designed to further portable careers for spouses, and can be used to pay for education, training and testing in hundreds of occupations. Funds can cover occupational license or credential examinations, and associated courses.

Military Career Highlights

Stephanie E Military

Career Opportunities

In support of those we serve, or have served, and their families, UnitedHealth Group provides access to career opportunities, programs and partnerships.

Learn More

LaShaun W Military

La Shaun’s Story

From leading troops on the frontlines to leading teams, La Shaun, a National Guard Veteran and Customer Service Advocate, says the military taught him how to accept new challenges.

Learn More

Shanterra G Military

Our Employee Veterans

UnitedHealth Group is proud that so many veterans choose to work here. Hear what our employees have to say about transitioning into a civilian career here.

Learn More

Military Skills

If you have a commitment to quality and innovation that mirrors our commitment to men and women of the armed forces, take time to learn more about the career paths available here. Use the Military Skills Translator to convert your military experience into opportunities available at UnitedHealth Group. It's a genuine opportunity to do your life's best work.SM

Partnerships

When it comes to health care, the men and women who help keep the peace deserve the greatest peace of mind. At UnitedHealth Group, we're all about finding better ways to help improve their lives no matter where life may take them. Our partnerships span from the state level to government programs; supporting those who serve and their families with the honor and respect they deserve.

Veterans Job Mission:

UnitedHealth Group was named a 2017 Military Friendly Employer by Victory Media, the publisher of G.I. Jobs and Military Spouse magazines

As of March 31, 2015, the coalition has collectively hired 241,833 U.S. Military veterans and is now committed to hire 1 million veterans.

Paralyzed Veterans of America:

Paralyzed Veterans of America and UnitedHealth Group have formed a strategic partnership to help veterans transition to civilian life and navigate the complex landscape of finding jobs.

Veteran Family Support:

The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation honored UnitedHealthcare with the Globe and Anchor Award for its support in providing needs-based scholarships to children of U.S. Marines. (2016)

Employee Support of the Guard & Reserve (ESGR):

Since 2012, UnitedHealth Group has upheld our Employee Support of the Guard and Reserve, affirming the company's commitment to its employees who are retired, active-duty and reserve military personnel.

Local Outreach:

UnitedHealth Group has formed partnerships with state workforce agencies, Vocational Rehabilitation Agencies, Veteran Affairs and the Wounded Warrior Project regional offices nationwide.

Each quarter, we reach out to more than 300 military and disability organizations nationwide to develop relationships and to help promote job opportunities in areas with high volume hiring.

Innovation Partnership with Veterans Affairs:

UnitedHealth Group is a founding partner with the VA Center of Innovation (formerly the VAi2) and has been collaborating closely with their team since 2012.

Ride 2 Recovery:

UnitedHealthcare is a lead sponsor of Ride 2 Recovery, providing financial, in-kind and volunteer support at cycling events across the country to help injured veterans recover from physical and mental wounds suffered in combat. Click here to learn more.

My Career Advancement Account Scholarship:

UnitedHealth Group is a partner of myCAA Scholarship, a workforce development program that provides up to $4,000 of tuition assistance to eligible military spouses. The scholarship helps military spouses pursue licenses, certificates, certifications or associate degrees necessary to gain employment in high-demand, high-growth portable career fields and occupations.

The scholarships are designed to further portable careers for spouses, and can be used to pay for education, training and testing in hundreds of occupations. Funds can cover occupational license or credential examinations, and associated courses.

Initiatives

When it comes to health care, the men and women who help keep the peace deserve the greatest peace of mind. At UnitedHealth Group, we're all about finding better ways to help improve their lives no matter where life may take them. Our partnerships span from the state level to government programs; supporting those who serve and their families with the honor and respect they deserve.

Veterans Job Mission:

UnitedHealth Group was named a 2017 Military Friendly Employer by Victory Media, the publisher of G.I. Jobs and Military Spouse magazines

As of March 31, 2015, the coalition has collectively hired 241,833 U.S. Military veterans and is now committed to hire 1 million veterans.

Paralyzed Veterans of America:

Paralyzed Veterans of America and UnitedHealth Group have formed a strategic partnership to help veterans transition to civilian life and navigate the complex landscape of finding jobs.

Veteran Family Support:

The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation honored UnitedHealthcare with the Globe and Anchor Award for its support in providing needs-based scholarships to children of U.S. Marines. (2016)

Employee Support of the Guard & Reserve (ESGR):

Since 2012, UnitedHealth Group has upheld our Employee Support of the Guard and Reserve, affirming the company's commitment to its employees who are retired, active-duty and reserve military personnel.

Local Outreach:

UnitedHealth Group has formed partnerships with state workforce agencies, Vocational Rehabilitation Agencies, Veteran Affairs and the Wounded Warrior Project regional offices nationwide.

Each quarter, we reach out to more than 300 military and disability organizations nationwide to develop relationships and to help promote job opportunities in areas with high volume hiring.

Innovation Partnership with Veterans Affairs:

UnitedHealth Group is a founding partner with the VA Center of Innovation (formerly the VAi2) and has been collaborating closely with their team since 2012.

Ride 2 Recovery:

UnitedHealthcare is a lead sponsor of Ride 2 Recovery, providing financial, in-kind and volunteer support at cycling events across the country to help injured veterans recover from physical and mental wounds suffered in combat. Click here to learn more.

My Career Advancement Account Scholarship:

UnitedHealth Group is a partner of myCAA Scholarship, a workforce development program that provides up to $4,000 of tuition assistance to eligible military spouses. The scholarship helps military spouses pursue licenses, certificates, certifications or associate degrees necessary to gain employment in high-demand, high-growth portable career fields and occupations.

The scholarships are designed to further portable careers for spouses, and can be used to pay for education, training and testing in hundreds of occupations. Funds can cover occupational license or credential examinations, and associated courses.

Military Career Highlights

Military Career Highlights

Stephanie E Military

Career Opportunities

In support of those we serve, or have served, and their families, UnitedHealth Group provides access to career opportunities, programs and partnerships.

Learn More

LaShaun W Military

La Shaun’s Story

From leading troops on the frontlines to leading teams, La Shaun, a National Guard Veteran and Customer Service Advocate, says the military taught him how to accept new challenges.

Learn More

Shanterra G Military

Our Employee Veterans

UnitedHealth Group is proud that so many veterans choose to work here. Hear what our employees have to say about transitioning into a civilian career here.

Learn More