Colorado State University - Pueblo offers training in how to seek federal employment
PUEBLO – The Career Center at Colorado State University-Pueblo will offer students and community members a two-part training series on two dates in April on how to master the often daunting and difficult federal job application process.
According to CSU-Pueblo Internship Coordinator Tanya Baird, the United States government needs to fill about 100,000 mission-critical jobs a year. In addition to their search for qualified full-time employees, they have increased their internship opportunities in all divisions. She said most individuals do not know how to access federal opportunities or navigate the complex and time-consuming government hiring system.
To help increase applicants’ chances of success, the CSU-Pueblo Career Center is offering two options for you to attend a two-part special Career Solution training series. Please note that you must attend Part I to be eligible to attend Part II.
Part I: Find and Apply for Federal Opportunities, Monday, April 5 (5:30-7:30 p.m.), Occhiato University Center (OUC) Blue Spruce Room.
Part II: Mastering the Federal Application Process – KSA Writing and Federal Résumés, Wednesday, April 7 (5:30-6:30 p.m.), OUC Cottonwood Room.
Part I: Find and Apply for Federal Opportunities, Tuesday, April 27 (3:30-5 p.m.), OUC Galeria Pequena Room.
Part II: Mastering the Federal Application Process – KSA Writing and Federal Résumés, Thursday, April 29 (4-5 p.m.), OUC Galeria Pequena Room.
The trainings are free to CSU-Pueblo students and staff, while community members must pay a $35 fee. Pre-registration is required! To register, please contact the Career Center at 719-549-2980 or email email@example.com.