Mentors focus on helping mentees adjust to the Dow workplace culture and reach their full potential within the organization. The engagement program is a larger part of building a culture of inclusion and diversity. Sponsorships | Dow was an official supporter of the 2016 Invictus Games and the 2014 Warrior Games—a tremendous opportunity to honor the men and women who risked their lives to serve in the military.
Dow’s VETNET was established to acknowledge the virtues of U.S. military service and to advance the recruitment, personal development, and mentorship of service members and veterans. For more information about Dow’s VetNet ERG email:
We are proud to qualify 3.5 million veterans who have four or more years of relevant military experience for jobs that require an Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree, bringing veteran talent into the organization to further our success.
Below are a few high level examples of roles in the military aligning with our functions:
|Military Occupational Specialty Role||Applicable Function Opportunity in Dow|
|Sr. HR Sergeant
Sr HR Manager
Resource Management Clerk (Canada)
|Supply Sergeant||Supply Chain|
IT Specialist Supervisor
|Public Affairs NCO
Imagery Technician (Canada)
Public Affairs Officer
Senior or Chief Paralegal
|Senior Financial Management Analyst
Chief of Military Pay
Military Pay Technician or NCO
Financial Management Advisor
Clinical Lab Scientist Officer
|Research & Development|
Watch this short video with Dow VetNet Executive Sponsor Jane Palmieri, President Industrial Intermediates and Infrastructure and John Lowry, Assist. Secretary Veterans’ Employment and Training for the Department of Labor as they explain the business case for hiring veterans and how this MDE program will be a win-win for both our veterans and Dow.
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