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Attorney Honors Program

On August 12, 2022, NOAA GC hosted a webinar for prospective applicants to the Attorney Honors Program. The webinar described NOAA GC’s work and included a panel of former Honors Attorneys, who talked about their experience with the program. During the webinar, these former Honors Attorneys and two NOAA GC managers also responded to questions about the Attorney Honors Program and application process. View the webinar recording.

On June 28, 2022, the Environmental Law Institute hosted a panel of NOAA GC attorneys, who talked about their backgrounds and work, career opportunities at NOAA GC, and insights on how applicants can distinguish themselves during the NOAA GC hiring process. The panel featured attorneys from four different NOAA GC sections—the Oceans and Coasts Section, the Alaska Section, the Environmental Review and Coordination Section, and the Enforcement Section—and included a former honors attorney. View the panel discussion recording.

NOAA GC Value Statements

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

NOAA GC is committed to fostering a diverse, inclusive, and equitable environment in which it leverages diversity to achieve mission goals and maximize the potential of individuals and NOAA. NOAA GC is working to ensure that the organization's management practices and organizational culture reflect this commitment and create opportunities for all employees to fully contribute to the Agency's mission and serve the Nation.

NOAA GC seeks to reduce barriers to participation in our NOAA GC Attorney Honors Program, improve recruitment and outreach to interested candidates, and recruit Honors Program attorneys from diverse backgrounds.

The United States Government does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, age, membership in an employee organization, or other non-merit factor.

Commitment to our Veterans

NOAA is a strong advocate for and maintains a firm commitment to employing our U.S. veterans. These admired and respected men and women uphold many of the same values that are a critical part of the agency's core values and overall culture.

Commitment to Hiring Individuals with Disabilities

Individuals with disabilities are important members of the diverse culture that makes up our workforce. NOAA is committed to improving employment opportunities for all individuals including disabled veterans, individuals with disabilities, and individuals with targeted disabilities.

More information about NOAA's commitment to hiring veterans and individuals with disabilities is available at the NOAA Work With Us page.

Attorney Honors Program