Student Employment Programs
Student Employment Programs provide a vehicle for students to gain valuable professional experience and build leadership skills while enjoying the benefits of challenging developmental opportunities. In addition, Student Employment Programs provide students with direct exposure to the federal work environment. Students are actively engaged in helping strengthen and ensure the stability of the United States and global financial systems, performing critical functions while crafting solutions to emerging issues that challenge our national security. The Student Employment Programs encompass three unique recruitment avenues: Student Volunteer Internships, the Treasury Scholars Program, and the Pathways Program.
Student Volunteer Internship - The Student Volunteer Internship are unpaid training opportunities designed to provide students with work experience related to their academic program and give them direct exposure to the Federal workforce.
Treasury Scholars Program - The Treasury Scholars Program aims to expand the racial/ethnic and gender diversity of students engaged within Treasury Headquarters and provides meaningful and marketable work experiences. Students are eligible and recruited from all academic subject areas. Academic disciplines that are mission critical to Treasury policy offices include business administration, law, economics, finance, and information technology.
Pathways Program - The Pathways Program consists of the Internship Program, the Recent Graduates Program, and the Presidential Management Fellows Program to provide paid employment opportunities in the federal workforce for students and recent graduates.