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Run this Town

There are three ways to get a job with the city:

  • Find a job online
  • Attend a recruitment event
  • Take a civil service exam
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Get free career training and help finding a job in government or the private sector.

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Work for a better NYC

Get the unmatched stability of a government career and make a real difference in your community. As a City employee, you’ll get the chance to make a positive impact on New Yorkers’ lives every day you go to work.

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Recruitment events

Discover opportunities and learn about civil service. At some events, you can come with a resume and leave with a job.

Civil service exams

Some City jobs may require you to take an exam, either before or after getting hired. Signing up for an upcoming exam is a great way to land a new job in your field.

About civil service exams
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Explore careers

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AmeriCorps Service Year

NYC Service is recruiting 150 New Yorkers, 18 and older, to serve in AmeriCorps starting in September 2024 through June 2025. Gain transferrable skills and practical experience, receive 200+ hours of professional development, and an education award.

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Internships and fellowships

There are hundreds of opportunities in NYC government for high school students, college students, and recent graduates.

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