Tuesday, July 25, 2017

USAJOBS - The Federal Government's official employment website & Go Government

"The Pathways Program offers federal internship and employment opportunities for current students, recent graduates and those with an advanced degree." [You may need your Transcripts].
  • Internship Program
    • " If you’re a current student in high school, college, trade school or other qualifying educational institution, you may be eligible. This program offers paid opportunities to work in federal agencies and explore federal careers while completing your education."
  • Recent Graduates Program
    • "for those who have graduated, within the past two years, from a qualifying educational institution or certificate program. The recent graduate program offers career development with training and mentorship.
    • You must apply within two years of getting your degree or certificate (veterans have up to six years to apply due to their military service obligation)."
  • Presidential Management Fellows (PMF) Program
    • "for recent graduates with an advanced degree—either a professional or graduate degree such as a master’s, Ph.D. or J.D. You may be eligible if you:
      • Have completed an advanced degree from a qualifying educational institution or program within the past two years.
      • Are a current graduate student and will complete all of your degree requirements (including dissertations) by the PMF application deadline."

Contact Information
Additional Resources

  • A-Z list of federal agencies
  • Federal occupations by college major
  • Pathway FAQs
  • Volunteers
Hiring Paths
  • Open to the Public
  • Veterans
  • Individuals with a disability
  • Land Management
  • National Guard
  • Peace Corps & VISTA
  • Federal employees
  • Students & recent graduates
  • Former overseas employees
  • Military spouses
  • Native Americans
  • Senior executives
"As a part of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM), USAJOBS helps recruit, retain, and honor a world-class government workforce for the American people.

Federal agencies use USAJOBS to facilitate their hiring processes and match qualified applicants to job openings. Therefore, USAJOBS serves as the central location to find job openings within hundreds of federal agencies and organizations.

The U.S. Federal Government relies on more than two million Americans and foreign nationals to work in the civil service. Citizens like you help the government fulfill its essential duties in service to the American people. USAJOBS is here to help you find ways to serve."

Search via keywords such as job title, agency, series,
 occupation, or by location.

Create a Profile
  • Save your favorite jobs and searches
  • Upload your resumes and documents
  • Make your resume searchable
  • Apply for jobs in the Federal Government
  • Manage Account
  • Apply
  • Search

  • Application
  • Contact Information
  • Documents
  • Search
  • Job Announcements
  • Eligibility
  • Qualifications
  • Pay & Leave
  • Troubleshoot
  • Suggestions
  • Federal Hiring Myths
"No matter your experience level, if you are curious about obtaining work in the government, you’re in the right place. This site is designed to be your guide as you consider, apply, and secure federal employment. We’ll help you research federal agencies and government careers as well as provide practical tips for completing your application. Keep in mind that we do not post job announcements or accept applications.Rather, this site will give you a glimpse into the federal government and will guide you through the application process from beginning to end. "

Working in Our Federal Government
  • The pros and cons of working in government
  • Pay and the General Schedule (GS)
  • Student loan repayment and forgiveness
  • Health, retirement and other benefits
  • Leave, holidays and flexible work arrangements
Find Your Fit
  • How to search for federal jobs/internships on USAJOBS
  • How to read federal job announcements
  • Information for students and recent graduates
  • Information for veterans
  • Information for persons with disabilities
  • Browse information by federal agency
Application Tips
  • Create your federal resume
  • Federal resume writing tips
  • Application questionnaires, essays and other materials
  • Tips for submitting your federal job application
  • What happens after you apply
  • The interviewing process
  • Reviewing and negotiating your federal job offer
  • Background checks and security clearances

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