Welcome to the Student's
Federal Job Search Website!

The Internet's first and only website solely dedicated to helping students and recent graduates find and apply successfully for federal jobs.

is designed to help you apply for federal jobs which are listed at the official Student USAJOBS website: www.usajobs.gov/StudentJobs, as well as other federal websites. Also to provide hot tips, websites and information to help students find and negotiate the best jobs and internships!

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The website also contains valuable information for career professionals and teachers who are teaching and counseling on Federal job search curriculum for college students. Teachers and Counselors can read more here.
CLICK HERE to read Kathryn Troutman's summary of the New Student Internship Opportunities Announcement for the Fall 2012 at the Department of Interior, Washington, DC.
A Great Resource for Federal Job Seekers
By J. DeMarco

Let's face it, the federal hiring process can be quite complicated and arduous. Even if you are highly qualified, obtaining a federal job can be extremely difficult if you are unfamiliar with the requirements of the government. As a graduate student of public administration, I was confident that I had suitable knowledge and skills to land a federal position, yet I was intimidated by the federal hiring process. I believe that The Student's Federal Career Guide was instrumental in guiding me through the process. By following the book's suggestions and tailoring my resume to the samples provided in the book, I landed a position with the agency of my choice. The book is well organized as the chapters cover all the steps from how to locate opportunities to preparing for the interview. Much of the book is devoted purely to students who are seeking current or future employment with the federal government. There are a myriad of suggested resources for exploring student opportunities such as internships and part-time employment. The Student's Federal Career Guide will provide you with invaluable information on obtaining a position with the federal government.


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