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Applying for a Job in the Federal Public Service

Applying for a Job in the Federal Public Service

As highlighted by the Clerk's recent report to the Prime Minister, "a generational change is underway in the Public Service. We need to find, hire, onboard and develop more young talent. We need people who have the right skills, energy, values and passion for public service."

In support of this recruitment priority, the Alberta/Saskatchewan Federal HR Council and the OXYGEN Federal Youth Network, in partnership with the School, are presenting a learning session for students currently employed through the Federal Student Work Experience Program. The session will provide practical tips for applications and interviews, explain student bridging opportunities and answer participant questions.

Event information

This learning opportunity is offered to all students at no cost.

The School offers two ways to participate: on site at Canada Place in Edmonton or by webcast in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.

Date and Time:

July 13, 2016 | 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. (MDT) FULL


Donna Hill, Staffing Manager, Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada, and Chair, Alberta/Saskatchewan Federal HR Council




Canada Place, 9700 Jasper Avenue, Room 1100, Edmonton, Alberta

Available by webcast in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba

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