The Federal government is hiring! According to the Partnership for Public Service, our largest Federal agencies project that they will hire nearly 193,000 new workers for "mission critical" jobs over the two year period. These jobs cover almost every occupational field and thousands of these opportunities are appropriate for new college graduates. Additionally, a variety of internships and summer jobs are available for students. No matter what your major or area of expertise, the Federal government offers a plethora of opportunities.
APG 2012 - Find out how you can work for the federal government as a civilian with the US Army.
HELPFUL HANDOUTS -- click HERE to view a variety of handouts about finding the right federal career opportunities for you.
Making the Difference is an EXCELLENT resource for students. Learn about various Federal agencies and departments and the types of opportunities available, reasons why you might want to consider a career in Federal/public service, and how to apply for jobs and internships. The site is maintained by the Partnership for Public Service (a non-partisan organization dedicated to recruiting and retaining excellence in Federal civil service).
StudentJobs.gov is "the" website for students interested in Federal jobs and internships. Set up an account to create and post your resume, search for jobs/internships, and obtain information about the many different Federal departments and agencies. Also, find a list of federal job titles by major.
the official job site of the U.S. Federal Government's, managed by the Office of Personnel Management.
USAJOBS includes up-to-date, searchable vacancy listings as well as an interactive
Online Resume Builder. It's your one-stop source for Federal jobs and information.
Washington, DC Job Source is an excellent resource to help identify Federal internships and other student programs.
SMART Program -- The Science, Mathematics And Research for Transformation (SMART) Scholarship for Service Program has been established by the Department of Defense (DoD) to support undergraduate and graduate students pursuing degrees in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines. The program aims to increase the number of civilian scientists and engineers working at DoD laboratories.