I am curious if anyone on govloop would be able to provide a well-known and somewhat vetted resource for sharing new job opportunities with veterans. I believe that the leadership skills and unique…Continue
I am compelled to post something briefly here because I'm stunned by the events of this week. Stunned by the attacks in Boston and the images we're being bombarded with on the news. Stunned with how…Continue
Today at 1:30pm the House Oversight Committee will hold a hearing discussing both the pro and con sides of pay-for-performance in government.The hearing is being broadcast live on c-span…Continue
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As some may have already read elsewhere, Tim Samaras, along with his son Paul Samaras and colleague Carl Young, were among the at least 13 confirmed fatalities of an EF-3 Tornado that struck El Reno, OK on Friday, May 31st. Tim was a well-respected member of the storm chasing community lauded for his outreach efforts and emphasis on safety in chasing. He was also a record-breaking researcher and true innovator in the field of tornado and severe weather data collection and…Continue
Yesterday I came across a talk recently given by President Clinton at Georgetown University. It is part of a series he will be doing on advice for a life in public service. I listened to this talk mainly because I am starting to re-imagine my public service career and I am unsure whether or not government is the right fit for me. I think President Clinton offered many great pieces of advice, and I encourage others to…Continue
I'm pretty sure my situation is not unique, so I thought I would reach out to this amazing community to ask, "What now?"
When I first came to DC to pursue my MPP I knew it was going to be a challenge. I had zero experience in government or politics and the closest I had ever been to the Hill was watching C-SPAN. Nevertheless, I worked hard in class, networked with professionals (insert shameless plug for AABPA here) and…Continue