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Do you want to be at the forefront of human capital management in the Federal government? Do you want to help bring health insurance to a nation? Or do you want to serve the American people? At OPM, our students and recent graduates are members of the teams implementing these and other exciting initiatives.
If you are a student or recent graduate who is interested in working at OPM, we have a variety of opportunities for you. OPM has developed a new initiative called Pathways to recruit America's students and recent graduates to rewarding careers in Federal public service. Launched by an Executive Order in December 2010, the Pathways Programs allows students or recent graduates like you to gain experience in the Federal government.
Pathways has three components:
For general information on Pathways, please visit USAJOBS and our Pathways Programs section.
Being a PMF at OPM has been a very rewarding experience. I have had several opportunities to work with senior leadership and program staff on many interesting programs and initiatives that impact Federal employees and their families every day. My supervisors are very supportive of the PMF program and have provided me with valuable training and project assignments. The work environment at OPM is also very friendly and engaging. Looking back, I know I made the right choice to work at OPM."