The PMF Class of 2023 Application will be open from September 13-September 27, 2022 (opening and closing at Noon Eastern Time).
The application will be accessible via an announcement on USAJOBS (www.USAJOBS.gov) once the application opens.
You may be eligible to apply to the PMF Program if you are a current graduate student or a recent graduate student. For the PMF Program, this is defined below. You may be eligible to apply if:
You are a current graduate presently attending a qualifying college or university and expecting to complete your advanced degree requirements (including the completion or successful defense of any required thesis or dissertation) by August 31st of the year following the annual application.
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You are a recent graduate who has completed an advanced degree from a qualifying college or university during the two years preceding the opening date of the PMF Program’s annual application.
Informational Webinars for Potential Applicants
Informational Webinars are being hosted throughout August. Check the schedule here and register ahead of time.
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