Geoscientists wishing to work in Congress can get their foot in the door through congressional fellowships, which help build important skills in science policy while introducing scientists to the legislative process. Congressional fellowships also provide an opportunity to network with legislators and other potential employers in government agencies.
Additional internship and fellowship opportunities with professional societies or academic institutions offer similar benefits to those interested in careers beyond Capitol Hill, often leading to employment in government or private organizations.
Check out the American Association of Petroleum Geologists Career Learning Center and Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology Career Resources for advice on writing job applications and preparing for interviews.
For more resources, check out your university's career center or library. Most universities have published guides for resume/CV writing, interviewing, negotiating, and more. You can also look online for contacts in your campus career center or reach out to mentors for support with your applications.
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