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Where can I find internships?

What are internships in the federal government?

The federal government is the largest employer in the United States, with over 2.1 million public servants working every day to strengthen our nation. Internships give you the opportunity to work alongside these dedicated individuals and give back to your community.

What internships are available to me in the federal government?

The federal government plays an important role in every industry and every sector. Hundreds of opportunities are available, from supporting scientists combating climate change and engineers rebuilding America, to data analysts helping small businesses thrive and healthcare workers fighting diseases. You could pursue a career in wildlife preservation or archeology, work in housing policy, cybersecurity or land rovers on Mars.

Each department and agency is different, but there is no shortage of opportunities for those who want to serve.

Where can I find internships with the federal government?

There are several ways you can find internships on USAJOBS. You can search job listings on the federal internship portal.

You can also use the Hiring path and Appointment search filters that appear on the right side of the results page to find related jobs.

How to filter results by hiring path.

How to filter results by appointment.

Additional information

Learn more about the students and recent graduates hiring path.

Learn about appointment types.

What should I include in my federal resume?

How does the application process work?

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