Looking for an entry level job or internship in government? This is an overview of how to approach the search and a list of companies that might have relevant entry level and internship opportunities.
A career in government doesn’t necessarily mean working for the federal government, although that is a possibility. You can also work for your state or local government, for a government contractor, or with an organization that aims to improve government in some way.
You can work in just about any area you can think of, using almost any of the skills you’ve already acquired. To name a few areas, using the federal government as an example:
Chances are you can find something that aligns to your interests. The application and interview process are long and challenging, and you’ll need a bachelor’s degree for many government positions. If you plan on working for the federal government you may also need to qualify for a security clearance.
|Physician: Government Family Medicine Job at IHS Facility in NM|
CompHealth Shiprock, NM
|CDBG Project Manager - Government Services|
Horne LLP Washington, DC
Paramount Equity Mortgage Atlanta, GA
|Government Furnished Property Manager|
Whitney, Bradley and Brown Dayton, OH
|Government Contracts, GSA, HGAC Sales|
Transwest Commerce City, CO
|Government Contracts Attorney Job With Global Law Firm In Dc|
Parker Lynch Washington, DC
|Application Architect (GOV)|
PNC Pittsburgh, PA
|Director Government Affairs|
Republic Services Sacramento, CA
|Government Guaranteed Specialist II|
Bankers Trust Des Moines, IA
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FindDreamJobs All cities, AK
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