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    DOI's R. Schuyler Lesher Financial Management Career Intern Program

    R. Schuyler Lesher Financial Management Career Intern Program The R. Schuyler Lesher Financial Management Career Intern Program (FMCIP) is a three-year program designed to recruit, develop, and retain a group of diverse future leaders for the Department’s financial management community. Throughout the duration of the program, interns are paid and supervised by the Departmental bureaus that hire them.   Interns are ...
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    Federal Jobs for Employee / Labor Relations Majors

    Below is a list of federal jobs appropriate for employee/labor relations majors. Contractor Industrial Relations Specialists Employee Relations Specialists Hearing and Appeals Specialists Labor Management Relations Examiners Labor Relations Specialists Mediators Salary and Wage Administrators Workers Compensation Claims Examiners _Return to Find Federal Jobs for Your Major page._
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    Federal Jobs for Phyical Education Majors

    This major prepares students to teach physical education and coach sports at various educational levels (source: collegeboard.com). Below is a list of federal jobs appropriate for physical education majors. Corrective Therapists Outdoor Recreation Planners Recreation and Creative Arts Therapists Recreation Specialists Recreation Aids & Assistants Sports Specialists Program Analysts _Return to Find Federal Jobs for Your Major page._
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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 Aviation Majors

    Aviation management and operations majors learn the business and management skills they’ll need to run the complex activities of the aviation industry (source: collegeboard.com). Below is a list of federal jobs that are appropriate for aviation majors Air Safety Investigators Air Traffic Controllers Aircraft Operators Aviation Safety Inspectors Air Navigators Aircrew Technicians _Return to Find Federal Jobs for Your Major page._ ...
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    How Uncle Sam is Reaching Out to Recent Grads

    How Uncle Sam is Reaching Out to Recent Grads
    On May 1, 2006, the US Office of Personnel Management (OPM), which oversees the federal government's civilian workforce, unveiled a series of four television advertisements that speak directly to college students and recent grads, ages 20 to 24. The idea: To tell students and recent graduates around the country that rewarding careers await them in the federal government. The federal government ...
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    Federal Jobs for Law Enforcement Majors

    Law enforcement administration majors learn how to manage and direct police departments, sheriff’s departments, and other law enforcement agencies and institutions (source: collegeboard.com). Below is a list of federal jobs appropriate for law enforcement majors. Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms Inspectors Border Patrol Agents Criminal Investigators Customs Inspectors Game Law Enforcement Agents Immigration Inspectors Inspection Specialists Investigation Specialists Compliance Specialists Police Officers ...
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    Federal Jobs for Industrial Management Majors

    Students in this major prepare to manage and coordinate the day-to-day movement of raw materials and other resources throughout a business or an organization. They study everything from purchasing and shipping to budgets, inventory control, and quality control (source: collegeboard.com). Below is a list of federal jobs appropriate for industrial management majors. Business and Industrial Specialists Equipment Specialists Industrial Hygienists Industrial ...
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    Federal Jobs for Medical Support Majors

    Below is a list of federal jobs appropriate for medical support majors. Diagnostic Radiological Technicians Medical Instrument Technicians Medical Record Technicians Medical Technicians Nuclear Medicine Technicians Pathology Technicians Therapeutic Radiological Technicians _Return to Find Federal Jobs for Your Major page._
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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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    IT Manager

    Job Description Computer and information systems managers direct the work of systems analysts, computer programmers, support specialists, and other computer-related workers. These managers plan and coordinate installation and upgrading of hardware and software, programming and systems design, development of computer networks, and implementation of Internet and intranet sites. They’re increasingly involved with the upkeep, maintenance, and security of networks. They analyze ...
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    Federal Jobs for Surveying Majors

    Students in this major learn how to use math and science to measure and map the surface of the earth. Topics of instruction include the latest technology, such as satellite imaging (source: collegeboard.com). Below is a list of federal jobs appropriate for surveying majors. Geodesists Land Surveyors _Return to Find Federal Jobs for Your Major page._
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    When to Look for Government Internships

    When to Look for Government Internships
    The month of April is the time when we hopefully can let go of blustery winter weather as we celebrate spring's entrance. A lesser-known fact about April is that it's a prime time for college graduates to look into government internships. However, before considering this option, know that you'll need to meet some basic requirements. First, you should already have your ...
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    DHS Announces $3 Billion in Preparedness Grants

    DHS Announces $3 Billion in Preparedness Grants
    The Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Federal Emergency Management Agency today released Fiscal Year (FY) 2009 Application Guidance for 14 federal grant programs, totaling more than $3 billion available in federal funding to assist state and local governments in strengthening community preparedness. More than $27 billion has been provided since 2002 to strengthen our nation’s ability to prevent, protect, respond and ...
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    State and Local Government Jobs: Training and Advancement

    The educational level and experience needed by workers in State and local government varies by occupation. Voters elect most chief executives and legislators, so local support is very important. Taking part in volunteer work and helping to provide community services are good ways to establish vital community support. Those elected to chief executive and legislator positions come from a variety of ...
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    DOI's Office of the Secretary Management Intern Program

    Office of the Secretary Management Intern Program The Office of the Secretary Management Intern Program (OSMIP), which is sponsored and managed by the Department of the Interior University (DOIU), is a two-year program designed to recruit, develop, and retain a group of diverse future leaders for the Department’s management functions. Throughout the duration of the program, interns are officially assigned to ...
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    Financial Aid for Military Service

    Financial Aid for Military Service
    The Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps and Coast Guard can offer a lot of assistance for students heading to college. Whether you're a veteran, a child or spouse of a veteran, or a student planning a career in the military, there are programs that can help fund your college career. Funding for Veterans and Veterans' Dependents To repay service in ...
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    Economic Analyst

    Job Description Economists study how society distributes scarce resources, such as land, labor, raw materials, and machinery, to produce goods and services. They conduct research, collect and analyze data, monitor economic trends, and develop forecasts. They research issues such as energy costs, inflation, interest rates, exchange rates, business cycles, taxes, or employment levels. Economists devise methods and procedures for obtaining the ...
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    Safeguard Your Job With Online Training

    Safeguard Your Job With Online Training
    With recession fears growing every day, now is the time to gain the skills and credentials that will make you an irreplaceable member of your organization. Protect your career with Villanova University’s 100% online Master Certificate in Government Contract Management. Build the Skills to Make a Difference A strong government organization is competitive, efficient, globally focused and technologically up-to-date. Become invaluable ...
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    Biological Scientist

    Job Description Biological scientists study living organisms and their relationship to their environment, researching problems dealing with life processes and living organisms. Most specialize in some area of biology, such as zoology or microbiology. Those who conduct research usually work in laboratories and use electron microscopes, thermal cyclers, and a variety of other equipment. Some conduct experiments using laboratory animals or ...
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