For government to succeed, it must be able to find and hire the skilled, capable and dedicated employees it needs.
Our workshops and webinars will help you get the right people in the right positions so that your agency can better achieve its mission. Designed for federal human resources personnel and hiring managers, these sessions address strategies for recruiting and hiring key talent.
The Pathways Programs provide federal agencies with a unique opportunity to position themselves as employers-of-choice for students and recent graduates, and fill workforce needs. Now that the regulations are in effect, agencies have limited time and, in many cases, resources to develop, implement and maximize the value of these initiatives.
The Partnership for Public Service will hosted a series of workshops and longer, in-depth group planning sessions (GPS) to help agencies establish and execute successful programs. These interactive events featured panelists and presenters from both the public and private sectors, including representatives from the U.S. Office of Personnel Management, and will address four areas: program design and evaluation; recruitment and marketing; training and development; and assessment.
Predicting Potential: Identifying and Assessing Talent for Your Future Workforce
The Partnership held a workshop designed to help agency representatives more effectively narrow down and select the right candidates for the Pathways Programs, and develop and execute consistent conversion strategies for these students and jobseekers. Panelists and presenters from the Government Accountability Office, Department of Health and Human Services, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Patent and Trademark Office, Office of Personnel Management, and Grant Thornton shared their insights and experiences related to identifying talented students and recent graduates.
Building the Pipeline: Strategically Marketing and Recruiting for the Pathways Programs
The Partnership hosted a workshop and group planning session designed to help participants develop strategic approaches to marketing and recruiting for the Pathways Programs.
Panelists and presenters from American University, The George Washington University, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Department of Homeland Security, Department of the Treasury, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, AOL and Teach for America shared their experiences in identifying and attracting mission-critical candidates.
The group planning session was made possible with the generous support of Monitor.
Laying the Foundation: Designing and Evaluating Your Agency's Pathways Programs
The Partnership hosted a workshop and group planning session designed to help participants build Pathways Programs that will support their agencies’ efforts to recruit and retain the talent needed to close critical competency gaps and meet their missions, both now and in the future.
Panelists and presenters from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Department of the Treasury, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and Office of Personnel Management shared the desired future states for the Pathways Programs at their agencies and discussed their plans to execute them, as well as highlighted best practices for creating, implementing and evaluating new initiatives.
These events were made possible with the generous support of Monitor.
Building Collaboration: Educating and Engaging Employees in the Pathways Program
The Partnership hosted an interactive workshop designed to help agency representatives identify and understand stakeholders’ roles in the Pathways Programs, message the value of these initiatives, and motivate staff to contribute towards their success. Panelists from the Department of the Treasury, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Office of Personnel Management and Partnership for Public Service presented approaches to educating and engaging employees in these programs and discussed how audience members might best implement these strategies at their agencies.
This event was made possible with the generous support of Oracle
Creating Pathways to Success: Developing and Guiding Talent at Your Agency
The Partnership held a workshop for federal employees hoping to better leverage training and development mechanisms to attract talent, educate and engage staff, and fill key competency gaps. Panelists from the Department of Veterans Affairs, National Institutes of Health and Office of Personnel Management shared strategies and resources that have worked well at their agencies and discussed how these practices can be applied at organizations across government, particularly for the new Pathways Programs.
This event was made possible with the generous support of Federal Management Partners.
Quality Counts: Strengthening Your Selection Strategies to Hire the Right Talent
The Partnership hosted a workshop for agency representatives from across government seeking to overcome common barriers to selecting and hiring recent graduates and experienced professionals. Panelists from the Department of Energy, Internal Revenue Service, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and Office of Personnel Management joined participants in identifying assessment challenges and sharing practical and actionable strategies for addressing them.
This event was made possible with the generous support of PDRI.
The Partnership for Public Service is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that works to revitalize our federal government by inspiring a new generation to serve and by transforming the way government works.