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    Projected Government Earnings Guide

    Projected Government Earnings Guide
    You've heard that your base salary is largely determined by your education level - but did you ever wonder exactly how much education matters? If you've got enough smarts, it shouldn't matter whether or not you have formal training - right? Wrong. At least, it might not be so simple. As job scarcity continues to drive more competition to each open ...
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    A Contract for Success

    A Contract for Success
    Contract management plays a vital role in today’s government and business organizations. It’s a critical discipline utilized by buyers and sellers who manage customer and supplier relationships, control risk and cost, and contribute to organizational profitability and success. By earning your Master Certificate in Government Contract Management or Commercial Contract Management 100% online from acclaimed Villanova University you can acquire the ...
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    Federal Jobs for Natural Resources Management Majors

    Students in this major learn to plan, develop, manage, and choose between programs that protect natural areas and natural resources, such as trees and water (source: collegeboard.com). Below is a list of federal jobs appropriate for natural resources management majors. Fish and Wildlife Administrators General Biological Scientists Program Analysts Wildlife Biologists Wildlife Refuge Management _Return to Find Federal Jobs for Your ...
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    Federal Jobs for Pharmacy Majors

    Pharmacy students prepare to become pharmacists. They learn how to run pharmacies, prepare medications, and counsel patients. They take many science courses, including everything from math to biochemistry to anatomy (source: collegeboard.com). Below is a list of federal jobs appropriate for pharmacy majors. Consumer Safety Inspectors Consumer Safety Officers Pharmacists Pharmacologists _Return to Find Federal Jobs for Your Major page._ ...
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    Federal Jobs for Psychology Majors

    Psychology majors study the way humans and animals act, feel, think, and learn (source: collegeboard.com). Below is a list of federal jobs appropriate for psychology majors. [widget:various_federal_jobs_guides] Recreation and Creative Arts Therapists Employee Development Specialists Personnel Management Specialists Psychologists Personnel Staffing Specialists Position Classification Specialists Educational Services Specialists GAO Evaluators [widget:career_article__main_flywheel] Return to Find Federal Jobs for Your Major page. ...
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    Human Resources Manager

    Job Description The new global focus in government programs has created new career opportunities for job seekers interested in the human resources field. A human resources manager forms labor policy, oversees industrial labor relations, negotiates collective bargaining agreements, and coordinates grievance procedures to handle complaints resulting from management disputes with unionized employees. Human resource managers also collaborate with other managers and ...
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    Government Administrator

    Job Description The Federal Government’s essential duties include defending the United States from foreign aggression and terrorism, representing U.S. interests abroad, enforcing laws and regulations, and administering domestic programs and agencies. They also play a role in everything from weather forecasts, fresh groceries, highway and air travel, to even the workings at your bank. Federal Government employees play a vital role ...
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    Federal Jobs for Public Health Majors

    Students of public health prepare for careers evaluating and managing programs that address widespread health threats (source: collegeboard.com). Below is a list of federal jobs appropriate for public health majors. Environmental Health Technicians Food Assistance Program Specialists Food Inspectors Health System Administrators Health System Specialists Industrial Hygienists Public Health Programs Specialists Public Health Educators Social Insurance Administrators Veterans Claims Examiners _Return ...
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    Federal Jobs for Rehabilitation Therapy Majors

    Students of rehabilitation therapy learn the skills necessary to prevent and treat conditions that affect the ability to move and function (source: collegeboard.com). Below is a list of federal jobs appropriate for rehabilitation therapy majors. Corrective Therapists Manual Arts Therapists Occupational Therapists Physical Therapists Prosthetic Representatives Rehabilitation Therapy Assistants _Return to Find Federal Jobs for Your Major page._
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    Federal Jobs for Sociology Majors

    Sociology majors learn how to study people and the roles they play in society, both as individuals and in groups. Course work covers such topics as families, TV and other mass media, and criminology (source: collegeboard.com). Below is a list of federal jobs appropriate for sociology majors. Social Science Aids and Technicians Social Scientists Social Service Aids and Assistants Social Service ...
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    Federal Jobs for Systems Analysis Majors

    Students of system analysis learn how to manage computer operations based out of specific organizations and locations (source: collegeboard.com). Below is a list of federal jobs appropriate for public health majors. Computer Science Specialists Computer Specialists Administrative Specialists Programs Specialists Management Analysts Program Analysts _Return to Find Federal Jobs for Your Major page._
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    Law Plus One Internship Program

    Sponsoring Organization: The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Affairs Attn: Karen Sokolow Senior Program Manager 2000 M Street, NW, Suite 750 Washington, DC 20036-3307 Tel: (202) 336-7600 or 1-800-486-8921 Direct: (202) 336-7558 Fax: (202) 336-7609 email: karens@twc.edu Webpage: http://www.twc.edu/ Cost: While there is no cost to departments/agencies, we strongly encourage these departments or agencies to provide financial assistance to ...
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    Congressional Research Service Internship

    Congressional Research Service Internship
    VOLUNTEER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM CRS accepts a limited number of volunteer interns each year. Although most interns are graduate students, exceptional undergraduate students are also welcome to apply. Volunteer interns assist professional CRS staff in performing research and reference in response to public policy-related issues and questions. Through this work, volunteers have an opportunity to participate in the legislative process and to ...
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    Native American Congressional Internships

    Native American Congressional Internships
    Native American Congressional Internships The Native American Congressional Internship Program provides Native Americans and Alaska Natives with an insider’s view of the federal government. The ten-week internship in Washington, D.C., places students in Senate and House offices, committees, Cabinet departments and the White House, where they are able to observe government decision-making processes first-hand. In 2008, the Foundation expects to award ...
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    Senators' Offices Interships

    Senators' Offices Interships
    Murkowski, Lisa- (R - AK)Class III 709 HART SENATE OFFICE BUILDING WASHINGTON DC 20510 (202) 224-6665 Web Form: murkowski.senate.gov/contact.cfm Stevens, Ted- (R - AK)Class II 522 HART SENATE OFFICE BUILDING WASHINGTON DC 20510 (202) 224-3004 Web Form: stevens.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Contact.Em... Sessions, Jeff- (R - AL)Class II 335 RUSSELL SENATE OFFICE BUILDING WASHINGTON DC 20510 (202) 224-4124 Web Form: sessions.senate.gov/email/contact.cfm Shelby, Richard C.- ...
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    Senators' Offices Interships II

    Senators' Offices Interships II
    Bond, Christopher S.- (R - MO)Class III 274 RUSSELL SENATE OFFICE BUILDING WASHINGTON DC 20510 (202) 224-5721 Web Form: bond.senate.gov/contact/contactme.cfm McCaskill, Claire- (D - MO)Class I 717 HART SENATE OFFICE BUILDING WASHINGTON DC 20510 (202) 224-6154 Web Form: mccaskill.senate.gov/contact.cfm Cochran, Thad- (R - MS)Class II 113 DIRKSEN SENATE OFFICE BUILDING WASHINGTON DC 20510 (202) 224-5054 Web Form: cochran.senate.gov/contact.htm Wicker, Roger ...
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    Senators' Offices Interships III

    Senators' Offices Interships III
    Warner, John- (R - VA)Class II 225 RUSSELL SENATE OFFICE BUILDING WASHINGTON DC 20510 (202) 224-2023 Web Form: warner.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Contact.Con... Webb, Jim- (D - VA)Class I 144 RUSSELL SENATE OFFICE BUILDING WASHINGTON DC 20510 (202) 224-4024 Web Form: webb.senate.gov/contact/ Leahy, Patrick J.- (D - VT)Class III 433 RUSSELL SENATE OFFICE BUILDING WASHINGTON DC 20510 (202) 224-4242 E-mail: senator_leahy@leahy.senate.gov Sanders, Bernard- (I ...
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    Supreme Court Internship

    Supreme Court Internship
    ABOUT THE OFFICE OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT TO THE CHIEF JUSTICE Congress created the statutory position of the Administrative Assistant to the Chief Justice in 1972 to aid in the increasingly complex planning and leadership duties of the Chief Justice as head of the judicial branch of government. The major non-adjudicative duties of the Chief Justice include chairmanship of the Judicial ...
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    Environmental Protection Agency Intern Program

    Environmental Protection Agency Intern Program
    About the EPA Intern Program The EPA Intern Program (EIP) at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is a comprehensive, entry-level, professional, full-time employment and career development program. As a program participant, you will join an intensive two-year program to help you "jump-start" your career and develop your potential for future advancement within the Agency. Attracting and retaining top-notch employees ...
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    Federal Communications Commission Internship

     Federal Communications Commission Internship
    Looking for an Internship? The Office of Inspector General offers unpaid internships during the fall, summer, and spring semesters to college undergraduate and graduate students, subject to office space availability. One paid internship during the summer has usually been available in the Office of Inspector General, but is dependent upon annual congressional funding and office space availability, and is subject to ...
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