Below are a some resources to help you navigate the process of applying for federal government jobs, featuring a podcast with alumnae Joanna Rom ’74 and Debra Tropp ’81. Joanna spent sixteen years with the Office of Budget, Finance & Award Management. She retired in 2016 as a Deputy Head. Debra has worked for the U.S. Department of Agriculture for 23 years and is currently the Deputy Director for Local Food Research & Development. She was a featured alumna in the Alumnae Bulletin's November 2015 "Food Issue."
- Alumnae Podcast: "Myths and Facts about Federal Government Hiring" with personal insights and insider information from Joanna and Debra;
- Writing Your Federal Resume: The U.S. Office of Personnel Management’s PowerPoint guide to benefits, qualifications, and the application process;Best Places to Work in the Federal Government ranks all federal government agencies;
- Federal Occupations by College Major by USA Jobs allows you to search for government jobs based on your college major;
- 2015 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey provides year-by-year comparisons on a range of federal organizations; Here are a few sub-reports: