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Candidates for federal employment must participate in security clearance measures to ensure that they are "reliable, trustworthy, of good conduct and character, and loyal to the United States" (gogovernment.org). If you are interested in applying for federal positions, attend this Career Center workshop, led by Liz Newman, Esq. (WCL '04), litigation director at The Jeffrey Law Group, to learn more about types of security clearances and how to obtain them. Have your questions answered and leave better prepared to master your job search.