Publication Date: June 20, 2001
Author: COO | Chief Operating Officer of the Student Financial Assistance
Summary: SFA Community Announcements 6/19/2001
SFA Community Announcements
Student Financial Assistance, U.S. Department of Education
7th & D Streets, S.W., Washington, D.C. 20202
(202) 260-6536, (202) 708-7970 Fax
June 19, 2001
Tina Pemberton (SFA)
Or Tina Strickland (OPM)
Students, this is for you!! Student Financial Assistance (SFA), in partnership with the Office of Personnel Management (OPM), is proud to announce that studentjobs.gov is up and running.
Designed entirely for students, studentjobs.gov is your one stop for employment opportunities with the federal government. Whether you are in high school, college, or graduate school, this site is for you! At studentjobs.gov, you have 24/7 access to OPM's USAJOBS database of thousands of opportunities, including internships, co-ops, summer employment, volunteer opportunities and permanent part-time or full-time positions. You can also find information on opportunities with other federal agencies that are not required to post vacancies to the USAJOBS database.
More than just a place to search for jobs, studentjobs.gov provides you with information you care about, including the "perks" of federal employment, feature articles on various federal agencies, and the ability to create up to three personal job profiles with email notification of employment opportunities matching your criteria. You can also create a résumé, and find links to many federal agencies -- all on the same site!
Studentjobs.gov is the ultimate pathway to student employment opportunities. It's your journey to success. It begins here at www.studentjobs.gov!
|SFA is the office of the U.S. Department of Education that helps put about 8.7 million Americans through school each year, administering Title IV student loans and grants totaling about $54 billion a year. As a Performance-Based Organization, SFA strives to improve customer satisfaction while cutting the costs of administering student aid programs. For additional information on student aid, call 1-800-4-FED-AID, visit our Web Site at http://ed.gov/offices/OSFAP, or go to http://fafsa.ed.gov.|
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