The Dow Chemical Company

Join the Dow team in creating innovative solutions for human progress. A career with us is an invitation to explore, create and make valuable contributions to human progress. We're a global team of problem-solvers, impacting everything from safe bridges, to fresh food.

Science
company size
28426
strong
headquarters
Midland, MI
we have
jobs
our main focus
Science

At Dow, we know that veterans bring skills beyond their job title in the military. The knowledge and attributes they add to our workforce enables excellence. That’s why we’re committed to preserving and promoting the virtues of military service through:

  • VetNet – our veteran’s employee resource group established to advance the recruitment, development and mentorship of service members and veterans; to build allies through education and community service.
  • The Engagement Program – a unique mentoring program that connects internal Dow mentors with external veteran talent with the purpose of engaging these individuals and connecting them to open positions within Dow.
  • Military Leave of Absence – offering up to five years leave to employees who serve in Uniformed Service in the case of Contingency Operations (Involuntary Call-up), Reserve Operations/Readiness Training and for Voluntary Enlistment. In most cases, there is continuation of compensation and benefits from Dow.
  • Military Degree Equivalence – 4+ years of relevant U.S. military experience is equivalent to an Associate’s degree under this policy, allowing Dow to qualify 3.5 million American veterans for jobs that require an Associate’s degree - bringing veteran talent into the organization to further our success.
  • Veteran Community Outreach Efforts – including, but not limited to, Dow USA was an official supporter of the 2016 Invictus Games and sponsor of the 2014 Warrior Games. Opportunities such as these allow us to honor the men and women who risked their lives to serve in the military.

There’s a science to our success, discover how we do it.

Apply now
Meet our veterans

Mary

Emergency Services and Security Leader, West Virginia Operations
U.S. Air Force Veteran
Read More

Jack

U.S. Apprenticeship Program Technologist Leader for Texas Operations
U.S. Navy - Aviation Electronics Technician
Read More
Jack
U.S. Apprenticeship Program Technologist Leader for Texas Operations
U.S. Navy - Aviation Electronics Technician
About
Jack

Jack began his technical career in 1970 as an Aviation Electronics Technician in the U.S. Navy. After eleven years in the military, he spent five years as an Instrument Technician (IT) for a technical services company located in Dallas, Texas. In 1988, Jack began his Dow career in Freeport as an Instrument and Electrical Technician.

Jack
's Advice
About
's Advice
About
's Advice
About
's Advice