HomeJob Seekers hide Job Seeker Resources Join us to advance U.S. interests and implement foreign policy on high priority issues like human rights, environment, energy, food security, public health, and technology. Available Jobs Learn more about Working with us Career Paths Foreign Service OfficersWorldwide Foreign service officers deal with a variety of ever-changing challenges, which may include consular services such as screening visa applicants and issuing visas; political initiatives such as observing elections in host countries; or analyzing and reporting on issues such as HIV/AIDS, human rights, fair trade, and technology. Foreign Service SpecialistsWorldwide Foreign service specialists are instrumental in the daily operations of U.S. embassies and consulates, as they are responsible for security, safety, and protection of people, technology, and structures. We require specific skills in the financial, technical, and support services areas. Opportunities exist in eight different categories with 19 different specialist jobs. Civil ServiceDomestic Civil Service employees support U.S. foreign policy right here in the United States. Civil Service professionals work on everything from improving trade opportunities for U.S. businesses, to helping American couples adopt children from overseas, to monitoring human rights issues. Consular FellowsWorldwide The Consular Fellows Program offers non-career appointments of up to five years and requires language proficiency in Spanish, Chinese Mandarin, Portuguese, or Arabic. Fellows work abroad with foreign citizens who want to come to the United States and U.S. citizens traveling or living abroad. Pathways ProgramsDomestic We offer three types of developmental opportunities, collectively known as “Pathways Programs:” internships for current students, the Recent Graduates Program, and the Presidential Management Fellows (PMF) Program. Professional FellowshipsDomestic Fellowships are unique and innovative executive development opportunities for graduate, post-graduate and experienced professionals across disciplines. As a fellow, you will have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to gain insight into U.S. foreign policy and diplomacy, while exploring new career avenues. Other Global Opportunities There are opportunities beyond the U.S. Department of State that allow you to work overseas and make a difference in our global society. Peace CorpsVolunteers work at the grassroots level to create change that lasts long after their service. United Nations and Other International OrganizationsConnecting U.S. citizens with opportunities across the United Nations and other international organizations. U.S. Agency for International DevelopmentUSAID’s workforce includes direct-hire and contract employees based in the United States and at field missions around the world. U.S. Department of AgricultureUSDA is made up of 29 agencies and offices with nearly 100,000 employees who serve the American people at more than 4,500 locations across the country and abroad. USAJOBSConnects job seekers with federal employment opportunities across the United States and around the world.