The following is a list of the recruiting programs and recommended resources to utilize as part of a comprehensive government and public interest job search strategy. We are currently finalizing the dates and details and plan to announce participating employers/bidding deadlines as well as URL’s and passwords for the online resources on August 1, 2013. Watch for an email with additional information later in the summer.
Georgetown Government Recruitment & Interview Programs (GRIPs)
Government Interview Program (GIP), September 17 & 30, plus additional dates throughout the fall: Interview programs for paid summer internship and a limited number of post-graduate employment positions with federal, state and local government agencies and public defender/district attorney’s offices
Government and Public Interest Resume Collect Program: Resume Collect program for a limited number of paid entry-level positions and paid/unpaid summer internships
Spotlight on Government Information Fair, October 23: Networking reception with 50+ federal, state, and local government agencies
Bidding dates/deadlines for these programs will be announced on August 1, 2013.
Department of Justice Summer and Post-Grad Honors Programs
U. S. Department of Justice Entry-level and Summer Honors Programs: Attorney General's Honors Program and the Summer Law Intern Program (SLIP) http://www.justice.gov/careers/legal/entry-keydates.html
University of Arizona Government Honors & Internship Handbook: a web-based comprehensive listing of federal, state and local legal internships and post-graduation honors programs for law students and attorneys (the 2013 – 2014 edition will open on August 1)
(Non-Georgetown) Government and Public Interest Recruitment Programs
Equal Justice Works (EJW) Career Fair, October 25-26: nation-wide public sector career fair for paid/unpaid summer internship and limited number of post-graduate opportunities with non-profit/government employers
A note about government and public interest recruitment – the majority of non-profit and government employers cannot predict their needs this early in the hiring cycle and will hire for summer and post-graduate positions throughout the year, so these programs are just few examples of ways to learn about and apply for public sector opportunities.
For help with your public interest job search, please schedule appointment with the OPICS team: http://www.law.georgetown.edu/careers/how-to-make-an-appointment/index.cfm
Posted by Ruby Sheikh at 9:32 AM
Government Recruiting Programs (GRP)