Today’s webinar on federal internships offered good information about how to find and apply for federal internships in the summer of 2011. For those of you who couldn’t make it, the Partnership for Public Service made the handouts available to all:

Finding a Federal Internship

Tips on how to find the internship opportunities on USAJOBS and agency websites. One important thing learned at the webinar: about 84% of federal positions are located outside of Washington D.C. – you can find them in your local area and even internationally!

Sample Internships

A list of 25 representative internship opportunities available across various disciplines and locations.

Resources for Students and Jobseekers

All the website resources you need to find internship and job opportunities.

State Department Student Intern Pamphlet

The representative from the State Department stressed the importance of downloading and reading the 49-page guide thoroughly in preparation for applying for one of the 1000 internships available in embassies and consulates around the world (and stateside, too). The deadline is November 3rd, so get on it if you’re interested!

CES career advisors can help you find opportunities in federal service plus look over your resumes and application materials before you submit. Come by and schedule an appointment to discover the possibilities!

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