MAPS Resources for Employers and Public Service Professionals

MAPS collects and maintains a dynamic set of external resources for the benefit of our community of public service professionals. 

This includes information on workplace rights, religious accommodation for Muslim employees, and valuable resources for Muslim Americans to enter into public service through a number of avenues, career paths, and experience level.

MAPS believes that a more inclusive Federal, State and local workforce strengthens the institutions they serve and ultimately, the American public, by providing a broad range of skills and a diversity of experiences and perspectives.

MAPS shares resources to highlight workplace rights, religious accommodation, building supportive associations, and bolstering diversity and inclusion at work.

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MAPS National recognizes the following Muslim staff associations established in various departments and agencies of the U.S. Federal Government.

Learn more about these professional organizations that serve Muslim public servants, or support them as a Federal employee in their host institutions.

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MAPS shares common entry points for Federal employment to help get your career in public service started at the national level.

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MAPS highlights some of the many opportunities to begin your career in public service as either a student, post-doctorate, young professional, or mid to senior career professional, by way of specialized public service fellowships.

Explore our selections here.

MAPS shares selected Friday Jumuah prayer service options for Muslim public servants available near most government buildings. 

Explore our list here.