The world is moving at a rapid pace – constantly evolving technologically and becoming evermore globalized. This is why it is crucial that engineers be involved in government – to provide advised, experienced counsel on issues that are critical to the well-being and health of our nation and its future. The federal government hires all types of engineers based all over the US and overseas.

Whether engineers are researching space flight technologies, assessing the reliability of our nation’s power grid, or protecting our country from cyber attacks and security threats, a career in the government affords engineers job security and an opportunity to make a difference for the country. Similarly, nonprofit organizations are excellent places to broaden skillsets and learn how to effectively pitch ideas, all while contributing to the organization’s cause.

The Government & Non-Profit Community is designed to keep students informed about relevant industry news and connect them with related opportunities.

Countdown to the McKelvey Engineering Virtual Career Spotlight

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Join us for the McKelvey Engineering Virtual Career Spotlight, a niche recruiting event designed to connect students with industry.
Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2020, 3 to 6 p.m. — Virtual Event Powered by Symplicity 

All McKelvey Engineering students are encouraged to participate …

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9 Federal Job Search Tips That’ll Help You Land That Government Job

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Landing a federal job can be an overwhelming—and often frustrating—process. But there’s no place to make a difference for our country quite like the government, which touches all aspects of our lives, from the air we breathe to the food …

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