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NRC — An Attractive Employer to New Graduates

The NRC has been consistently ranked as one of the best places to work in the federal government but we’ve also learned that a recent Government Business Council’s report has ranked us as one of the most millennial-friendly federal agencies.

You are probably wondering why are new college grads and others in their early 20s interested in coming to work for us? First off the NRC has a compelling mission that resonates with today’s youth. The essence of the mission is to protect people and the environment. What’s not to like?

In addition, the NRC is guided by a strong set of organizational values. These values – integrity, service, openness, commitment, cooperation, excellence and respect — guide every action we take from decisions on safety, security, and environmental issues to how we perform administrative tasks to how we interact with one another as well as our stakeholders.

At the NRC, we strive to create a work environment focused on personal and professional growth. NRC offers a host of benefits to our employees, which are also important to today’s graduates. These benefits include flexible work schedules, telework, and a variety of wellness programs. We encourage employees to maintain a healthy work/life balance so that they can have time to focus on family activities as well as outside interests.

We are proud of our excellent training programs that enable employees to develop and enhance their skills sets. The NRC keeps careers exciting and encourages mobility by offering rotational opportunities in both our headquarters and regional locations. We also offer mentoring programs and support continuous education to help employees map out their career paths.

We are committed to hiring more new graduates to fill our entry level positions and encourage you to check our employment page!

Miriam Cohen
Chief Human Capital Officer

3 responses to “NRC — An Attractive Employer to New Graduates

  1. hoang phuc October 11, 2012 at 12:40 am

    recently graduated students will not have much practical experience

  2. Avast October 3, 2012 at 9:40 pm

    NRC always takes the lead, no doubt about that.

  3. perdajz September 29, 2012 at 11:59 pm

    It must be pretty discouraging to work at the NRC knowing your boss is a political appointment made to stymie the nuclear power industry. Face it. For a nuclear engineer, it must be awful to get up in the morning and work for Jazcko or MacFarlane.

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