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Professional Development: U.S. Government Careers


Marshall Building, Room 490
845 N. Park Ave.
85719 Tucson , AZ


Fri, 02/16/2018 - 2:00pm


Part of the Spring 2018 MENAS Colloquium Series and the Student Professional Development Series

Julia Santucci, Senior Lecturer in Intelligence Studies, University of Pittsburgh

Julia Santucci


Abstract & Bio

Julia Santucci, Senior Lecturer in Intelligence Studies and Director of the new Hesselbein Forum Leadership Program in International Affairs at the University of Pittsburgh, is giving a talk for the CMES Professional Development Series about getting a US government job. Ms. Santucci also happens to be an alumna as she graduated with her MA in Near Eastern Studies from the University of Arizona and immediately went into government employ for the next decade. Ms. Santucci will talk about various paths into the US government and how to prepare one’s resume for USAjobs.gov. She will also focus on what skills students need as well as how to go about interning with a US government agency.


Cosponsored by the School of Government and Public Policy