Green Interns Program, United States EPA (Various locations)

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has launched the new Green Interns Program. Recent graduates can apply for this year-long rotational program.

The Green Interns Program promotes career development within the civil service and introduces recent graduates to employment at the EPA. The program offers a clear path to potential federal careers, provides access to training and career development, and may fill mission-critical occupations with qualified candidates. The EPA is hiring recent graduates for positions in Washington D.C. and nationwide.

Green Interns will have access to:
-Ongoing mentoring
-Job-specific training
-Rotational assignments
-40 hours of formal, interactive training

Demonstrated performers may be offered potential term (1–4 years) or permanent positions with the EPA upon the conclusion of the internship. Additionally, interns are eligible for a full-range of benefits, including federal health insurance, earned leave accrual, transit subsidy, and more. To qualify, applicants must have completed all course requirements within the past two years for a degree or certificate from a qualifying educational institution, including associates, bachelors, masters, professional, doctorate, vocational or technical. Veteran eligibility cannot exceed six years from degree or certificate completion and preference-eligible veterans may begin two-year eligibility upon release or discharge from active duty. We encourage all qualified recent graduates to apply via EPA is an equal opportunity employer and we encourage persons with diverse backgrounds and differing abilities to apply. See the location specific links to the announcements here. Deadline to apply is June 28. 

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