Jobs at EPA
EPA is a great place to work. Learn why this is true and how you too can start a career at EPA.
Comments by EPA Alumni
Which majors and experience are needed?
Internships for Current Students and Jobs for Recent Grads
How to apply through USAJobs
How to write your Federal Resume
What to expect after you apply
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Do I need to be a U.S. citizen to work for the U.S. Government?
A: Generally yes. However there are other opportunities. Here is an example.
Upcoming and significant Events
EPA Recruiting Webinar for Climate Change for STEM students: January 12, 2023 1 PM Eastern. LINK
EPA's website has additional help: EPA.gov/careers
USAJobs also has a number of helpful guides: USAJOBS.gov/Help/how-to
Beverly Banister became Deputy Regional Administrator in Atlanta (3 minutes)
EPA Administrator Regan 1 minute
Sam Coleman became Deputy Regional Administrator in Dallas (4 minutes)
John Armstead became a Division Director in Philadelphia (3 minutes)
Overview of EPA's Internships
and Jobs 4 minutes
USA Jobs Tutorial 15 minutes
Tiffany King and Arron Helm, EPA explain how jobs and experience are connected. (2 minutes)
What to expect after you apply 2 minutes
Creating a Federal Resume 4 minutes