Composing Your Government Resume
Job Search Sites
USAJobs.gov Resource Center The USAJobs.gov Resource Center is the place to start when considering your government job search. You will find FAQs, sample resumes and tips, interview tips, and a range of tutorials that will help you best navigate this job search site.
National Conference of State Legislatures This is a nonpartisan, noncommercial website designed to educate college students, recent graduates, and anyone looking to change careers about the diverse professional opportunities available within state legislatures. The “Career Paths” section features testimonials from statehouse staff from Florida to Hawaii, Texas to Wisconsin sharing their job experiences and motivations for choosing a career in public service.
The Partnership for Public Service The Partnership for Public Service is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that works to revitalize the federal government by inspiring a new generation to serve and by transforming the way government works.
Opportunity Knocks Opportunity Knocks is a national online career development destination focused exclusively on the nonprofit community. Opportunity Knocks is committed to leading and supporting efforts that help further nonprofit careers and promote a robust workforce that enables organizations to complete their missions.
GovLoop.com GovLoop is a social network connecting more than 50,000 federal, state, and local government innovators. It is a resource to connect with peers, share best practices, and find career-building opportunities.
National Contract Management Association The National Contract Management Association is the professional group for professionals along the buying and selling chain. This includes jobs within the federal government.
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