Building Career Pathways: Working for Treasury – Part 2


Wednesday, November 17 at 3:00 – 4:00 pm ET

Organizations thrive when their workforce is diverse and inclusive. Treasury recognizes that a diverse workforce increases productivity and enhances the Department’s ability to maneuver in an increasingly competitive market.

NAFOA and Treasury co-hosted a two-part seminar on November 16 and 17, 2021 to inform Native American youth and earlier career stage Native Americans about the function of Treasury, how working for Treasury can contribute to professional growth and make an impact on their communities and country. The seminar provides practical advice on how to navigate the job search, application process, and how to highlight applicants’ unique experiences and talents to stand out during the application and recruitment process. Treasury staff discussed why they chose Treasury for their careers and give insight into the day-to-day experience.

The series was held during Native American Heritage Month to highlight the importance of Native American contributions to the United States.

Part II: The Application Process

  • Applying for a Treasury Position
  • Standing Out from the Competition
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