As we find ourselves near the end of spring semester, it seems appropriate to focus our display on government jobs. Many of you soon-to-be graduates will be looking for a job (if you haven’t already begun 🙂 ) and we’ve pulled together some practical tips and possibly areas of the government that you hadn’t thought about as a career choice. For those of you that haven’t realized that you can’t be an undergrad forever, maybe our display will inspire you. Good luck!

  • USAJOBS is the main search engine for finding a government job
  • The American Jobs Act
  • Job Corps: Green jobs
  • The governmentwide acquisition management intern program
  • Careers in the Office of Inspector General Auditors and Criminal Investigators
  • Foreign Service Career-Candidate Guidebook
  • The U.S. Department of State Foreign Affairs Fellowship Program
  • Women of Goddard
  • Careers with Social Security
  • A unique training & career development opportunity for minority individuals
  • U.S. Naval test pilot school
  • Student career experience program
  • Mountain-prairie region career opportunities
  • Considering a career as a historian in the federal government: A quick guide
  • A guide for people with disabilities seeking employment
  • Challenge yourself with a career in Job Corps: You can make a difference
  • Employment and training for court-involved youth
  • A career with the INS: Not your average desk job
  • Lifelong learning: Your career journey
  • Crossing the bridge to self-employment
  • Putting creativity to work
  • The great adventure: Volunteer stories of life overseas
  • Peace Corps volunteer handbook
  • A few minor adjustments: A handbook for volunteers
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