At VA, we celebrate our diverse team of professionals who bring unique perspectives and backgrounds to work every day. We’ve always supported diversity and inclusion, and we know these components to be imperative for any positive and high-performing organization. To truly serve our Veteran population, we need to create an inclusive environment for diverse employees to lead us into tomorrow.

The VA Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI) was founded to “grow a diverse workforce and cultivate an inclusive work environment, where employees are fully engaged and empowered to deliver the outstanding services to our Nation’s Veterans, their families, and beneficiaries”.

As a leader in public service, we’re committed to purposefully embracing inclusion and empowering all our employees to perform to their highest potential. It’s important that we maintain a culture that fosters community so all our employees feel comfortable and respected. Only then can we expect our staff to provide the esteemed care for which we’re known.

We’re proud to be an organization that respects and understand the needs and values of all our employees. If you’re interested in joining a diverse organization while giving back to America’s Veterans, consider joining our team today. Search for opportunities near you.

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  1. Mark Jennette June 16, 2017 at 10:54 am

    Why can’t we call it “unity” instead of diversity? Diversity by its very name implies division.

  2. Donald Holland June 16, 2017 at 10:52 am

    Diversity is “code” for acceptance of homosexual, lesbian, transgender, behavior and is wrong as it goes against not only my 20 years military service but everything the government did for more than a hundred years.

    • Ed Louis June 22, 2017 at 12:25 am


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