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Friday, October 18, 2019

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New Resources in Preparation for the PMF Class of 2020 Application

Posted on 2019-09-24T11:30:00

In advance of the PMF Class of 2020 Application, the PMF Program added a number of resources for potential applicants and academia. These new resources may be useful to a variety of our stakeholders, including prospective applicants, academia, and Fellows/PMF Alumni who are helping spread the word about the program and our application process.

The new resources include:

  • Participant Timeline…from Start to Finish:  Illustrates the typical timeline a participant would follow in navigating through the PMF Program.
  • PMF Application Timeline:  Illustrates the timeline and steps from applying to the PMF Program to selection of Finalists to finding a PMF appointment.
  • PMF Fellowship Timeline:  Illustrates the timeline and steps Fellows follow from onboarding to their PMF position to graduation.
  • PMF Application Common Mistakes:  Identifies the Top 3 common mistakes applicants make when applying to the PMF Program.
  • PMF Program “Myths vs Facts”:  Illustrates common myths and facts about the PMF Program.
  • Where PMFs Are Hired:  Illustrates where in the United States most Finalists are appointed to as PMFs.
  • 2020 PMF Presentation for Academic Institutions:  This is a general presentation for academia to use when hosting informational webinars for their students interested in applying to the PMF Program.
  • We have also added tips to the Academia\Advising Students section on this website.

The above resources can be found under the Become a PMF\Resources and Academia\Resources sections on this website.

We hope you find them helpful! As always, please reach out to pmfapplication@opm.gov with any questions related to the application or these resources, and we would appreciate any feedback.  Thank you!