DSS Recruitment & Outreach Schedule


You are welcome to attend an upcoming recruiting event and discuss opportunities with DSS representatives. Applicants are not required to attend recruitment events. Submit your resume to: Resumes must be in MS Word format only (.doc or .docx). Any other format will not be accepted. Submit your resume only during an open acceptance period, typically the day of and day after a recruitment event. Resume must be received no later than 11:59 p.m., Eastern Time, the last day of the acceptance period. Please do not submit a resume more than once within a six month period. US CITIZENSHIP IS REQUIRED.

**Please note: Updates to the DSS Recruitment & Outreach Schedule are subject to change.

*Accepted until 11:59 p.m. (Eastern Time), the last day of the acceptance period
10/5/17 George Mason University Fairfax, VA 10/5/17 – 10/6/17
11/17/17 EoP Hire the Disabled Career Fair Washington, DC 11/17/17 – 11/18/17
12/20/17 Open Acceptance Period N/A 12/20/17 – 12/21/17
January TBD Cybercorps Fair Washington, DC TBD
2/20/18 Open Acceptance Period N/A 2/20/18 – 2/21/18
3/2/18 Gallaudet University Washington, DC 3/2/18 – 3/5/18
April TBD Bowie State University Bowie, MD TBD
April TBD University of Mary Washington Fredericksburg, VA TBD
5/22/18 Open Acceptance Period N/A 5/22/18 – 5/23/18
6/26/18 Open Acceptance Period N/A 6/26/18 – 6/27/18
7/24/18 Open Acceptance Period N/A 7/24/18 – 7/25/18
8/28/18 Open Acceptance Period N/A 8/28/18 – 8/29/18
September TBD NSEP Career Fair Washington, DC TBD
September TBD U Texas San Antonio San Antonio, TX TBD

**Please note: Updates to the DSS Recruitment & Outreach Schedule are subject to change.

How to Apply

Application Process

The Defense Security Service is committed to establishing and maintaining a productive work environment based on inclusion, equality, team building, and the efficient use of employees' experiences, perspectives, and talents, and is resourced to accommodate people with disabilities. Reasonable accommodation requests are made in accordance with the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act and Code of Federal Regulations.

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