The Partnership provides online training and certificates for college and university advisors around federal opportunities. The Partnership also offers Go Goverment webinars designed for career services professionals to share with students and alumni, and free Call to Serve webinars that provide a quick introduction to federal advising.
Our job seeker-focused Go Government webinars are designed for career services professionals to share with students and alumni looking for federal opportunities. We encourage campus advisors to register for these sessions and broadcast them to their students and colleagues in a classroom or other venue.
Individual Go Government webinars are $55 per registration.
Each semester we produce a Go Government webinar series that fulfills one of the requirements for the Federal Advisor Certificate program. The webinar series can be purchased as part of the Federal Advisor Certificate program, as a discounted series, or by individual webinar registration.
These complimentary webinars are designed for career service professionals who want an introduction to advising students on federal opportunities and building relationships with federal agencies.
Call to Serve webinars are free.
Who’s Hiring in Government?
Webinar participants will discuss the state of the federal job market including which agencies are hiring and the occupations that top Uncle Sam’s most-wanted list. We will also discuss how to help students build their federal resume and navigate the hiring process.
Through interactive webinars featuring federal agency representatives, participants gain a better understanding of the federal hiring process, learn how to advise students on federal opportunities and build meaningful agency relationships. Successful completion of the Federal Advisor Training Series: Level I fulfills one of the requirements for the Federal Advisor Certificate program.
During the training, participants will:
We recommend this series to career services professionals and faculty who are just beginning to build to knowledge of federal advising. This series is designed to cover the basics of the federal hiring landscape and can also serve as a great refresher for those with intermediate experience in the field.
The three-session Federal Advisor Training Series is $135 per registration. The series can also be purchased as part of the Federal Advisor Certificate program.
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Learn how to navigate the federal hiring process and learn more about student programs, where the jobs are and the federal application process.
Discuss ways to promote federal service in cost-effective and sustainable ways by involving the whole campus community and building off what has worked at other campuses.
Identify best practices for building agency relationships by leveraging existing college or university relationships and strategically developing new long-term relationships.
Through interactive webinars featuring federal agency representatives and a one-on-one strategy session, participants have an opportunity to deepen their campus’s connections with agencies and explore topics such as student opportunities in federal service, hiring trends at federal agencies and mission-critical positions. Successful completion of the Federal Advisor Strategy Series: Level II fulfills one of the requirements for the Federal Advisor Certificate program.
During the training, participants will:
We recommend this program to intermediate to advanced career services professionals who are looking for specialized advice for their federal service promotion on campus and who are ready to build meaningful relationships with the Partnership’s federal agency contacts.
The Federal Advisor Strategy Package is $250 per registration. The series can also be purchased as part of the Federal Advisor Certificate program.
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Make connections with agency representatives while gaining insight on the changing federal landscape and hiring reform. With the new Pathways Programs in effect, this interactive summit will allow a select number of college and university representatives to interact directly with agencies regarding their use of the Pathways Programs in recruiting for internships and entry-level positions.
Government agencies cannot achieve their missions without the right talent. Learn more about about federal agencies’ current mission-critical talent needs and hear from agency representatives as they discuss their strategies for attracting mission-critical talent and their top tips for students and jobseekers interested in federal positions.
Campus representatives can sign up on one of the following weeks:
Dates and times of the strategy sessions are determined on a first come first serve basis.