Imperial, California - U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), the agency responsible for securing U.S. borders from all threats, is accepting applications for CBP officer positions at the following locations: Arizona (Douglas, Lukeville, Nogales), California (Calexico, San Ysidro), North Dakota (Pembina, Portal), and Texas (Laredo, Presidio).

West Los Angeles, California - If you are looking for a great job making a difference in the lives of our Veterans, then the California Department of Veterans Affairs (CalVet) is looking for you! There are 300 immediate openings for dozens of positions, including medical care, food preparation, and support staff at our beautiful new West Los Angeles Home.

Sacramento, California - Thirty new law enforcement cadets graduated from the California Wildlife Officer Academy during ceremonies at the Performing Arts Center in Paradise Friday. The graduating class includes 23 sponsored warden cadets who will begin field training immediately. Another seven self-sponsored cadets paid their way through the academy and will apply to become wildlife officers.

West Lafayette, Indiana - School is out for summer, which can only mean one thing: high school students visiting college campuses. Purdue University is offering the “Selecting A College: Engagement Matters Checklist,” a helpful list that can assist prospective college students and their families as they think through questions about classes, housing, recreational opportunities and more.

Laredo, Texas - U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the agency responsible for securing U.S. ports of entry and international borders, is accepting applications nationwide for CBP officer positions at some air, land, and sea ports on the Southwest border and other select locations. The announcement will be open through July 19 or until 12,000 applications are received.

Washington, DC - Agriculture Secretary Vilsack today announced the release of a new report that shows the U.S. biobased industry is generating substantial economic activity and American jobs. He also announced changes under the 2014 Farm Bill that will create additional opportunities for growth in renewable plant-based materials, supporting the Obama Administration's efforts to develop a new, rural economy and promote creation of sustainable jobs.