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Let’s get down to the nitty gritty on how we tailor a cover letter to the key words of a government job.
“So, tell me about yourself.” It should be the easiest question in any job interview. But surprisingly, many of us completely fumble our answers. Maybe it’s because we’re young and just starting out in our professional journeys, so there isn’t much to tell yet. Or maybe it’s because we really don’t know how we define… Read more »
They say that in government networking is the name of the game. One particular tool that can really help you make meaningful connections, as a young professional, is highly underutilized because few actually know its purpose or protocol: it’s called the informational interview. It’s okay if you’ve never heard of it. Prior to arriving in… Read more »
Make your job search easier with these top government job search engines and listservs.
When starting out in your career, navigating the professional world can be overwhelming. There’s a host of information out there telling you what steps to take and how you’re supposed to plan out your career. It can feel like you’re making one giant, continuous checklist to plan out the rest of your life: build resume,… Read more »
For all the young professionals out there, here are 5 definitive goals for 2016 to enhance your career in public service.
Tis the season of giving. Fortunately, millennials are already defined as a generation that is eager to give back and make a positive difference in the world. This holiday season, there are many ways you can give back if you’re in the DC metro area. Volunteering not only helps those in need, but also can… Read more »
It’s no secret; federal government is very concerned about attracting and keeping millennials in the public workforce. Right now, only about 16 percent of the federal workforce is made up of millenials. According to a recent report by the Government Business Council, the federal government will need to hire more than 200,000 highly skilled workers… Read more »
It’s that time of year again. End of the year work is piling up and you have at least 5 ugly sweater events to attend in the coming weeks. Additionally, your workplace is getting ready to host those fun holiday parties. But are they networking events or the chill with your coworker kinda gigs? The… Read more »