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D. Hiden Ramsey Library, University of North Carolina at Asheville
Full-time volunteers work to remedy the needs of communities throughout the U. S. Those who complete their service term earn money to pay for college, graduate school, or student loans.
Peace Corps volunteers live and work overseas for 27 months assisting with education, youth and community development, health, business/information and communications technology, agriculture, or the environment. Volunteers serve in one of 77 countries.
The official job site of the United States government, which lists ALL open jobs in all departments and agencies.
Forest Service Jobs
The official website for the Forest Service provides information about the working with the service and provides a link to a USA Jobs search for Forest Service jobs.
Making the Difference
Created through a joint effort by the Partnership for Public Service and the U. S. Office of Personnel Management, this website offers information about federal job and internship opportunities. You can look at what kinds of jobs are available in a variety of career categories, from art and design to foreign languages, or get tips for using USA Jobs or filling out federal job applications (click on "Federal Jobs").
National Resource Conservation Service Employment Opportunities
The official website of the U. S. Department of Agriculture National Resource Conservation Service offers information about the types of jobs available with the service. It also has a link that connects you to a USA Jobs search of NRCS job vacancies.
America's Job Bank
Sponsored by the U. S. Department of Labor, this webpage connects you to the job bank websites for individual states (If you click on North Carolina, it will reroute you to the North Carolina Employment Security Commission page listed below).
Though most of the resources listed here are for North Carolina state employment, almost every state has a website that includes a link to employment opportunities or job listings. Sometimes individual state agencies have their own job Web listings (such as the North Carolina State Library). Ramsey Library is also a selective depository for North Carolina government publications.
North Carolina Office of State Personnel
The North Carolina Office of State Personnel provides a list job vacancies in state government offices by category.
Teach 4 NC
Offers information about employment opportunities at public schools in North Carolina.
Teach for America
Teach for America is a program dedicated to educational equality. They recruit teachers to work for two years in school districts designated "high-need" by local education agencies and the government.
UNC System Jobs
This website allows you to search for employment opportunities on all campuses of the UNC System.
County government websites often list job openings available through different departments. County government jobs, like federal and state employment opportunities, are not limited to political administration positions, but also include jobs with Social Services, Parks and Recreation, and county libraries. Look at the Buncombe County website or else search the web for the specific county government you are interested in (for example, "Haywood County, NC Government").