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Gianna Juarez participated in the Future Leaders in Public Service Internship Program as a public policy intern at the Department of Commerce. She discusses her experience in the program and how her internship enjoyed inspired her to join the federal government in a full-time position.
The Partnership welcomed the summer 2022 cohort of the Future Leaders in Public Service Internship Program ahead of their internships at the departments of Commerce and Transportation. More than 80 attendees joined the event in person and online to welcome the interns.
The new version of gogovernment.org features new changes to better help everyday jobseekers understand the federal hiring process, so they can launch their career in government.
This Public Service Recognition Week, an intern on the Partnership’s Government Affairs team reflects on what drives her to consider a career in public service, taking a look back at her past roles in nonprofit organizations and a congressional district office.
Young people have the skills, creativity and perspectives to help our government confront the biggest challenges facing our country. The Future Leaders in Public Service aims to bring undergraduate and graduate students into government through paid internships at the Departments of Commerce or Transportation.
Our federal government would benefit from hiring job seekers without four-year degrees, an often overlooked talent pool. In a recent report, we outline the barriers that prevent individuals without four-year degrees from attaining federal work and offer recommendations to address them.
As your interns’ time at your agency ends, we offer seven recommendations to consider before they depart, including how you can measure their impact and stay connected.
Supervisors will need to help interns navigate virtual internships and feel connected to their team’s work. Here are five tips to keep interns engaged and working effectively throughout their programs.