Partnership for Public Service (PPS) Workshops - Deep Dive into USAJobs
The Federal and Global Fellows Program will be hosting two workshops focused on taking a deep dive look into USAJOBS. These workshops will provide students with the necessary skills to begin, navigate, and fine tune their job or internship applications through USAJOBS.

The Partnership for Public Service (PPS) and their team of experts from federal agencies will conduct the workshop and will share great practical tips on how to:
- Explore career opportunities based on interests and goals
- Use USAJOBS and gain familiarity with other platforms for finding public service careers
- Navigate career opportunities (hear from federal and public sector experts)

Following are the details of the workshops:

Title: Deep Dive Look into USAJOBS
Workshop Dates:
- Wednesday, May , 3rd (7:00p.m. - 8:20p.m.)
- Thursday, May 4th (7:00p.m. – 8:20p.m.)
Location: Tawes Hall, Rm: 1310 (same location on both days)

Pizzas will be provided!!!

Please RSVP so that we can get a good head count for each session.

The workshop will be useful for all levels of USAJOBS users (new user, need a refresher, or a seasoned users looking for extra tips). The panelists will impart practical skills that are transferable to any jobs or settings.

You are encouraged to bring along your USAJOBS/federal resume – our panelists will provide quick feedback and tips for improvement!

Please bring along your friends, pass the word to your fraternity, and anyone else you know who would be interested to learn about USAJOBS!

Look forward to seeing you all!

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