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Launching your Federal Career: How to Get Started in the Federal Government

2017 was quite a year for folks looking to land a career in the federal government. For starters, the year started off with a hiring “freeze” for federal agencies followed by a series of new initiatives to transform federal hiring by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM). The hiring “freeze” (if there ever was one) is over now. Most agencies have picked up hiring again, but agencies with a national security, public health, law enforcement, or other missions the government considered to be “critical” never really stopped hiring. This meant there were (and still are) thousands of federal jobs waiting to be filled!

AskNot LLC and GAIN  are teaming up again for the next installment of our series focused on helping you find federal jobs, titled “Launching your Federal Career”. This webinar will go through the basics on how to get started, answering common questions, including:

  • How should candidates from the Private sector approach a transition?

  • How should students and young professionals approach the job hunt?

  • How should candidates right from college obtain the experience they need?

Join us on June 1st at noon for this in-depth discussion on launching your federal career. As always, please let us know when registering what questions you’d like to hear discussed.

AskNot LLC, inspired by President Kennedy’s inaugural address, partners with universities, students, military veterans and young professionals to help them find rewarding careers in public service and achieve their professional aspirations.

We have designed this event to fully comply with US Senate Rule 35.1(d)(1), US House Ethics Manual pp. 41-47, and the U.S. Executive Branch Gift Rules regarding the “widely attended event” exception to the gift rules. US Senate and House staff are advised to consult with the US Senate and House Ethics Committee to confirm this analysis. US Executive Branch employees are advised to consult with their agency counsel. State and municipal employees are advised to consult with their agency counsel as to applicable gift rules for their jurisdiction before participating in the event.