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United States Department of Labor
MBA Fellows Program

Are you interested in working in a constantly
changing and challenging environment?
Would you like to apply a wide range of your business skills?
Does the combination of business with government
sound intriguing?

The Department of Labor MBA Fellows Program is seeking individuals with a Masters degree and business administration skills interested in exploring a career in public service and to work toward our mission to "…foster and promote the welfare of job seekers, wage earners, and retirees of the United States…"

About the DOL MBA Fellows Program

The MBA Fellows Program at the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) is a comprehensive, entry-level employment and career development program. Through this intensive, two-year program participants will gain the necessary skills and competencies for potential success and future advancement within the Department.

The Department of Labor's ability to successfully serve the American workforce depends on recruiting and retaining top-notch talent. The professional and personal growth of participants is fostered through a number of developmental program components:

  • Orientation
  • Rotational assignments in various DOL agencies
  • Individual Development Plan
  • Mentoring, Career Development, and Networking
  • Shadowing assignments

Applicant Characteristics

Applicants should be able to demonstrate the following:

  • Academic achievement and/or relevant work experience
  • Leadership potential and teamwork skills
  • Commitment to a career in public service
  • Project Management Skills
  • Flexibility to adapt
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • U.S. citizenship required

www.jobs.dol.gov/mba

For more information about the DOL MBA Fellows Program, please call (202) 693-7740 or email MBA-Fellows@dol.gov.

Certain information is needed in order to evaluate your qualifications for the MBA Fellows Program. Please refer to the DOL Employment Opportunities tab to determine what information you must provide.