US Government Hiring Programs for students


The best thing in the US for students is that many federal agencies in the US use the Student Career Experience Program which is SCEP to hire students. The federal agencies also hire students with the help of temporary employment programs which is STEP. Actually the word STEP is a short term opportunities which are not longer then one year and with this all the eligible students work in the Federal agencies. Students that work in Federal agencies usually do many types of jobs which sometimes are not related to their field of studies.

Actually for best performance the SCEP always represent the possibility for the longer term career path and in this way all the eligible students are able to work in the Federal agencies. Some of the students also get suitable work which is related to their academic field of study and can easily be found after completing their studies. Actually these types of programs are not centralized programs in which you need to submit application.

Agencies when ever need to hire SCEP or STEP candidates then they usually post their announcement on their sites but this type of announcement is not required to do so. Students that are seeking job usually look on the websites of those agencies and also apply with the help of their school career services centers or with the help of academic advisors.



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2 Comments on “US Government Hiring Programs for students”

  • Sana nazeer wrote on 24 September, 2011, 13:26

     M from pakistan .& m intrested in us government job.m doing graduation in karachi university 

  • iphone 5 wrote on 27 September, 2011, 4:18

    Excellent submit. I’m dealing with several these troubles.

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