Folds of Honor is a national nonprofit that provides educational scholarships for the spouses and children of America’s fallen or disabled service members. The organization was started in 2007 and now has 9 chapters across the United States.
UnitedHealth Group is proud that so many veterans choose to work here. We know that those who serve or have served have special skills that can be applied in helping deliver best-in-class health care benefits and services. Here’s what they have to say about transitioning into a civilian career here.
Friday, December 15, 2017 In Military
UnitedHealth Group is strongly committed to hiring veterans and we can’t imagine anyone more qualified to speak on our company’s initiative than the veterans who work here. We’re pleased to introduce a new employee blog series featuring Kevin, an Optum director and US Air Force veteran. In his blogs, he’ll cover behavioral interviewing for military veterans.
Monday, October 17, 2016 In Military
UnitedHealth Group is proud that so many veterans and their families choose to work here. We know that those who serve or have served have special skills that can be applied in helping deliver best-in-class health care benefits and services. During the month of November we take time to honor our employees who have served in the military and we spoke with two veterans to find out how their time in the military translates into their roles at UnitedHealth Group.
Monday, May 9, 2016 In Military
UnitedHealth Group is committed to making it easier for veterans to translate their military skills and experience into civilian careers. One tool we offer is the Military Skills Translator to help match military skills to civilian occupations. Tanis A, a senior recruiter who specializes in military, explains how to use the tool on our website in this step-by-step tutorial.
Monday, April 4, 2016 In Military
In our first blog, Kevin, an Optum employee and 25 year Air Force veteran, talked about the steps he took that led to a job offer at UnitedHealth Group. In part 2 of our conversation with Kevin, we’ll be taking a closer look at behavioral interviewing and how military veterans can apply these learnings to a successful career:
A well-crafted resume will help you communicate your skill set in ways that an employer can recognize and appreciate. So how do you start -- or brush up -- your civilian resume? Tap into UnitedHealth Group’s military recruiting experts, like Doug, for support