Veteran Employment

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The University of Minnesota welcomes military veterans, service members, and their families. We understand that the skills, discipline, dedication, and leadership you developed in the service are invaluable assets.

Like the military, a career at the University is an opportunity to work where your work matters, by supporting the U's mission of education, research, and outreach. Here you can continue your public service at one of the world's premier public research universities. Our high employee satisfaction scores are comparable to top-performing corporations. Surveys consistently show that U of M employees are happy with their jobs, the people they work with, and the benefits they receive.

Join more than 1,000 military veterans who work at the University. Our current job openings offer a remarkable range of opportunities for service members who want to take the next step in their civilian careers. Whatever your chosen field, you can find a position here that's right for you.

Wondering how your military skills apply to our available jobs? This Civilian-to-Military Occupation Translator helps service members match their military experience to civilian occupations.

For questions or more information, contact our Talent Acquisition recruiter for military veterans:

Mary Everley
everl001@umn.edu
612-626-0775

Voices of Veterans at the U of M

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Charles Altman, PhD

I have been associated with the Carlson School since 2012 and the University for more than 15 years, and the support I have received has been remarkable. It's an honor to now serve as an advocate for veterans at Carlson and to help fund MBA educations for veterans.

Charles Altman, PhD
Director, MBA Veterans Program
Carlson School of Management
U.S. Navy Commander, Retired

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Susan Kubitschek

Being a veteran at the U of M has had a huge impact on my life. I was fortunate to serve in the U.S. Army and came back to Minnesota to earn a degree on the G.I. Bill. Serving on the Veteran's Advisory Committee feels as though I've come full circle to help new veterans on this campus succeed. 

Susan Kubitschek
Assistant Dean, College of Science & Engineering
Former U.S. Army Specialist, E-4

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Meagan Pierluissi

After my military service, it was important for me to continue applying my leadership skills and creative talents to my civilian career. I feel so fortunate to do just that at the U of M in helping tell the stories of the great work that happens here each day.

Meagan Pierluissi
Internal Communications and PR Consultant
Veteran Army National Guard Public Affairs Officer

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David Hamlar, MD, DDS

I enjoy using the full breadth of my military background in working and teaching at the U of M. Whether it's helping newborns with cleft lips and palates or assisting cancer patients requiring special care, I work to restore form and function to injured patients, just as I did in taking care of our wounded military men and women.

David Hamlar, MD, DDS
Assistant Professor
Department of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery
Bvt. Major General, U.S. Air Force, Retired

The Benefits of Working at the U

A career at the University comes with competitive pay and great benefits, including:

  • Full medical, dental, and pharmacy plans
  • Free or reduced tuition to pursue your professional development or continue your education while you work
  • A comprehensive Wellbeing Program to support your physical, emotional, financial, and social health
  • Leadership development and training

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