FEDERAL GOVERNMENT NETWORKING & JOB SEARCH RESOURCES
The National Archives employment website.
Federal Reports maintains the Legal Career Center. This site contains an extensive database of attorney and law-related positions in a variety of settings, including federal, state and local government. Attorney Jobs also includes JD Preferred-Alternative Legal Careers for Lawyers, which is a useful resource for any student considering non-traditional legal careers. You will also find a number of helpful pages on the sire including resume and interviewing tips and federal and state government application forms.
The Federal Research Service is a private organization which maintains a searchable database of federal government jobs. Choose an occupation and narrow your search by location, agency and other criteria.
This is the official U.S. gateway to all government information on the Internet. This comprehensive site provides links to all federal entities in the three branches of government.
This site details the Presidential Management Intern Program, a federal program designed to groom graduate students for upper-level management positions in the federal government. The site provides lists of agencies and their departments and offices the hire PMI’s.
USAJOBS is the official job site of the United States Federal Government. It is your one stop source for Federal jobs and employment information. This site also includes a Career Interest Center which allows you to select an occupation based on your interests or based upon a career area.
This site allows you to search for jobs based on category and includes Government and Policy as a search option.