How the Labor Dept. Hires MBAs

Its MBA Fellows Program is a door to a career in the agency open to 15 grads a year. The program's overseers explain the way it works

Dennis Sullivan has been director of the Office of Workforce Planning & Diversity for the U.S. Labor Dept. in Washington, D.C., since 2001. Sullivan heads departmentwide recruitment efforts for Labor's MBA Fellows Program, a two-year rotational program open each year to 15 graduates of accredited MBA programs who are interested in government work.

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