The Executive Branch Needs You! By- Christian Bay

What does the Executive Branch need?

As the Department leaders went out of office after the President Barack Obama's terms, we now need the new Secretary of the Interior, the leader of the Department of the Interior. Someone who can be as good as or even better than every other Secretary of the Interior is wanted. We also may need other job positions in the Department of the Interior and its bureaus.

What is the Department of Interior? How does it help the citizens of the United States?

founded on March 3rd, 1849, This department focuses on helping, protecting, preserving, and informing people about the United States’ natural resources and its rich cultural heritage on the North American continent. In addition, they honor Their duties and commitments to American Indians, Alaska Natives, and affiliated island communities.

Employees in the Department of the Interior help our country and its citizens by maintaining our country's most valuable features for generations to come. The Department also strives to find alternative uses of energy, so that in turn, our country can be kept running when non-renewable energy sources become unavailable or if the United States faces another economic crisis. By maintaining our rich features, our country and its citizens will be educated on important information regarding our history from centuries ago.

What are the requirements for someone that wants to become the leader of the Department of the Interior?

As the Secretary of the Interior, they have to have many skills, including high experiences in human communications, be informed on the various fauna and flora that inhabit the United States, and specialize in the United States' history, and its native peoples.The age that you have to be may be around 30 years old. For other job offerings, the work experience, overall federal experience, citizenship, and age requirement varies.

These are some of the many things that the Secretary of the Interior should be able to know if any problems today are associated with these past events and people.
This is former U.S Secretary of the Interior Ms.Sally Jewell. She was the Secretary until the 2016 presidential election, when the 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump, went into office..
This is the seal of the Department of the Interior. The seal shows the natural resources that the United States offers, and the Nation Mammal, the American Bison.

Are there any notable agencies and bureaus that are located in the Department of the Interior?

Some notable bureaus and agencies include The Bureaus of Indian Affairs and Education, The Bureaus of land and ocean management, the national park service, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and the U.S. Geological Survey. All of these departments help ensure the preservation of the natural resources and the preservation of the natives of the United states.

Are there any other jobs that someone can get that isn't the Secretary of the Interior?

The Department of the Interior has some job offerings. These include the Deputy Bureau Director for Justice Services, Forestry Fire Aid, and the Minerals Revenue Specialist (who is also a Pathways Recent Graduate).

  • People who want to become the Deputy Bureau Director for Justice Services has to be responsible for all headquarters and field activities associated with policy implementation, procedures, coordination and operation of law enforcement programs and internal affairs programs. More information for this can be found at:
  • Those who want to help with the Forestry Fire Aid have to be knowledgeable about and how to prevent wildlife forest fires. More information about this can be found at:
  • Individuals who want to be the Minerals Revenue Specialist have to be responsible for collecting and disbursing revenues from energy production on Federal and Indian lands, and from offshore sources. More information for this can be found at:

How can someone get a job if they're a student? What is the Pathways Program?

Students can obtain a job using the Pathways Program- a program that offers federal internship and employment opportunities for current students, recent graduates and those with an advanced degree. There are three Paths to follow- the Internship, Recent Graduates, and the Presidential Management Fellows Programs. A more detailed version of this is in:

Can the information be put into more detail?

Yes. More information about the Department of the Interior can be found at:



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