What Kind of People Work at EPA?
We are 15,000+ individuals from diverse backgrounds in a full range of career fields and positions…
- accountants and budget specialists,
- administrative support specialists,
- communications and public affairs specialists,
- computer/information technology specialists,
- contracts specialists,
- financial specialists,
- grants management specialists,
- human resources specialists,
- information technology specialists,
- intelligence research specialists,
- lab technicians,
- life scientists,
- management analysts,
- physical scientists,
- social scientists, and
- toxicologists. Oh my!
We love our work...
Want to know what a career at EPA is really like? Meet some of the people who work here:
Watch the "Faces of EPA" video series
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Read profiles of EPA scientists and members of affinity groups
- EPA researchers at Work
- African Americans at EPA
- Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders at EPA
- People with disabilities at EPA
- Hispanics at EPA
- Members of EPA's LGBTQ community
- Native Americans at EPA
- Women at EPA
Read blog entries written by EPA employees about their work
- Navigating Your Right to Know About Toxic Chemicals
- The Importance of Effective Community Engagement for Sustainable Infrastructure
- Helping Communities Plan for Climate Change
- Thirty Years of Undergraduate Support through the Greater Research Opportunities Fellowship Program
- Exciting Times for Toxicology: Creating New Predictive Models
... we're talented...
EPA employees have been recognized with presidential awards; have patented new technologies; and have won a Nobel Prize. Learn more about how EPA employees have been recognized for their accomplishments.
... and we have a lot of fun outside of work.
At the end of the work day, we’re coaches, family members, volunteers, and great teammates. Our personal lives keep us going strong. Read blog posts from EPA staff about: