Department of Education Job Opportunities

The U.S. executive Department of Education was created October 17, 1979 to collect information on schools and teaching to help establish effective school systems. The department makes sure American children are smart and educated on what is necessary and what isn't.

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The Department of Education is offering jobs ranging from secretary of the department to student internships.

As a department, we are previewing jobs and internship for people of all ages. All of our spots are frozen, unfortunately, but as soon as they open up we will be hiring again.

One job opportunity we have is an education research analyst. Quoting, "Education Research Analyst (“This position is located in the Department of Education (ED), Institute of Education Sciences (IES), National Center for Special Education Research (NCSER). NCSER supports a comprehensive program of education research designed to expand knowledge and understand of infants, toddlers, and children with disabilities and those at risk for disabilities. The staff design programs of research, develop requests for applications and statements of work, monitor and evaluate the substantive aspects of the performance of research grantees and contractors, design data analysis plans and carry out data analysis activities, conduct literature reviews, develop research syntheses, and carry out other duties to further the mission of the center.

The incumbent performs professional work concerning a major educational subject matter, functional or program area and performs research and analysis of education problems."

We also have student internships. They include research, finance, public affairs and communications, community outreach, intergovernmental relations, legislative affairs, news media, legal work, and a host of other programs.Some activities of an intern are brown bag lunch series with ED officials, tour of D.C. landmarks, professional development, resume writing workshops, and social activities.

Qualifications for teaching can vary from state to state. Use this resource to find your state and qualifications:

The Department of Education is always looking for new input to benefit the American future.

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