Veterans: Your Values Equal Our Values.
Your service made you a leader with strengths in commitment, quality and teamwork. Leverage these traits in a civilian career with a new mission and purpose. Mayo Clinic values these qualities to achieve our mission: The needs of the patient come first.
Through a variety of partnerships, career fairs, and websites, we are always seeking those who serve their country to help serve our patients. Resources like the Veterans Mayo Employee Resource Group (MERG) are here to help you make the transition to a new career in a new organization, and we will help you protect your military benefits to ensure continuity of pensions.
If you’re looking for a civilian career where you can use your skills, beliefs, and sense of mission to make a difference, take a closer look at us.
Veterans Mayo Employee Resource Group
The Veterans Mayo Employee Resource Group (MERG) was started by employees to support current Mayo military members and their families and promote our missions of caring, research, and education.
The group leverages the collective wisdom of our veterans to shape policy and improve patient care. We’re constantly working to improve our leadership in research and education to the benefit of military members everywhere.
Caring for Our Veterans
This online resource portal supports military veteran employees, supervisors and families.
Find careers like your military job
Enter the name or code of your military classification to learn more: Military Crosswalk
- Military employees ability to return to a comparable work assignment and schedule at Mayo upon returning from a military leave
- Protecting benefits to ensure continuity of pensions
- Life insurance
- Medical, dental and vision coverage
- Paid time off
Hear Mayo Clinic veteran employees share their stories.
On finding a new mission at Mayo Clinic after military service
In this episode of "Mayo Clinic Employee Experiences", you will hear Noe, clinical support services supervisor, and Paul, clinical support services manager, discuss their experiences bringing Noe onto the supply chain team after his long career in the U.S. Air Force.
Supporting our veterans
In this episode of "Mayo Clinic Employee Experiences," you'll hear Peter Rhee, D.O., an orthopedic surgeon, and his wife Laura Rhee, D.O., a palliative medicine physician, discuss their experiences as a military family. Dr. Peter Rhee served in the U.S. Air Force, which included two deployments where he participated in multiple military exercises and provided patient care from the battlefield.
Making the transition to civilian life
In this episode of "Mayo Clinic Employee Experiences," you'll hear from Kevin Wohl, a respiratory therapist, and Tosca Willis, a pharmacy technician II, as the married couple discusses their transitions from military to civilian life. Wohl is no longer in the military and shares his perspective of what it was like to prepare for work outside the military. Willis is in the reserves, and she shares the ongoing challenges of continuously transitioning roles from military life to civilian life.
We are proud to partner with some excellent organizations to support veterans on our staff and all around the country.
Beyond the Yellow Ribbon Company
A comprehensive program that creates awareness to connect service members and their families with community support, training, services and resources.
Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve
Demonstrates our support of Guard and Reserve service, supportive policies and employee participation, and honor and support of the Uniformed Services Employment and Re-Employment Rights Act (USERRA).
Mayo Clinic SkillBridge Program
Mayo Clinic in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) provides military service members, who are within 180 days of separation from military service, with internship opportunities in a variety of different roles. The goal is to provide service members with opportunities to learn and train at Mayo Clinic’s world-class environment, as they prepare to transition from the military to the civilian sector.
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