Career planning should include research into four areas: yourself, potential career fields, current job postings in those career fields and job locations.
The Workforce Recruitment Program (WRP) for individuals with disabilities is coordinated by the U.S. Department of Labor and the U.S. Department of Defense.
If you’re interested in working for a federal agency, applying to the Presidential Management Fellows Program is an excellent way to start.
Our recently launched resource, CareerLink, showcases carefully curated jobs from vetted employers looking for AMU and APU students and alumni.
Finding a job in the midst of today’s COVID-19 pandemic requires that you possess patience, utilize your resources and reach out for support.
Our National Security Virtual Career Fair on August 12 features various jobs requiring security clearances. But if you aren’t familiar with security clearances, don't worry. We can help!
The role of self-assessments in career planning is often overlooked, but it is a valuable step in the process of self-discovery.