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U.S. Energy Information Administration
Job postings for those interested in providing comprehensive, reliable data, analysis and forecasts to industry, government, media, academia, and the American public.
Town of Hempstead, Civil Service Commission
The Town of Hempstead Civil Service Commission is now posting job announcements on-line.
Careers in Government
This site is a clearinghouse of information, resources, and jobs available in public sector organizations in the United States and abroad.
Department of State Foreign Service Careers
Information on Foreign Service employment and the Foreign Service exam.
This site provides a centralized online source of jobs available in local governments in the United States.
This site is devoted to helping individuals find the jobs they are seeking in the public sector.
Has resources on legal, nonprofit organizations and volunteering opportunities provided by 15,000 organizations in 130 countries.
Job listings for positions in the New York City government.
Nassau County Employment
Job listings and civil service exam information for Nassau County government.
New York State Employment
Job listings for positions in the New York State government.
Access job opportunities with the federal government and discover opportunities around the world, as well as job applications and other forms. Learn about co-ops, internships, summer employment, outstanding scholars, volunteer opportunities, and full-time and part-time jobs.
Suffolk County Employment
Job listings and civil service exam information for Suffolk County government.
Trials is a residential scholarship program that helps talented and motivated college students of modest means gain admission to the nation’s leading law schools.
American Bar Association
The ABA is the largest voluntary professional association in the world. We provide services to almost every area of the legal profession including law.
The New York State Bar Association
For more than 100 years, the New York State Bar Association has shaped the development of the law, educated and informed the profession and the public.