Federal Government Statewide Conference
The event is free for FIU students and alumni.
The Federal Government Statewide Conference seeks to provide students, alumni, faculty and community members from the State of Florida with information regarding federal employment opportunities for all majors and at all academic levels. Some of the highlights of this year’s conference will include:
Creating early awareness of government employment opportunities
Making the connection between college majors/degrees and work in the federal government
Maximizing veteran’s preferences/programs
Offsetting “myths” about working for the federal government
Promoting federal internships, scholarships and fellowships to students, faculty and career professionals from around the State of Florida
Breaking employment time barriers and stereotypes
The next Conference will take place on Friday, June 28, 2013 in the Graham Center Ballrooms, Modesto Maidique Campus.
Students/Alumni register here:
Federal agency representatives and career services professionals register here:
Professional attire is required!
Each year the Career Services Office hosts the Federal Government Statewide Conference. The Conference is designed to bring representatives from various government entities together to discuss aspects of government employment.
We regularly have reps from the military, FBI, CIA, State Department, and many other branches of the federal government, present and eager to discuss what kind of jobs they offer, and how best to apply for them.
After the panel discussions on government employment, we hold a resource fair — a kind of Career Fair strictly for government employment.
Other features of the Federal Government Statewide Conference include breakout sessions on varying topics led by distinguished speakers.