Internships

The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston's Internship Program has had long-running success. Our interns gain valuable experience while contributing significantly to the business of the Federal Reserve.  Many interns subsequently return to the Reserve Bank for full-time employment post-graduation.

As part of The Internship Collaborative, offsite the Bank posts its internships on Intern Hub, offsite a unique, centralized website where employers and students in the Greater Boston area can turn for internship resources and support.

Summer 2015 Internships

Summer 2015 Internships
The Bank's internships will be posted on a rolling basis beginning in 2015. As openings become available, positions will be viewable at Intern Hub. offsite

The summer session will run from May 26, 2015 to August 14, 2015. The internships are 40 hours per week (unless indicated otherwise) and offered in a variety of business areas.

Eligibility

We look for candidates who have demonstrated strong academic performance, who engage in extracurricular activities, and who possess the following strengths:

  • Analytical and communications skills
  • Detail-orientation
  • Ability to work in a team-based environment
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office
  • Professionalism, dependability, and integrity

We especially encourage those students pursuing MBAs and information technology degrees to apply. When applying, students must include their current cumulative GPA, year of graduation, and field of study.

Development Opportunities

Professional Development
As an intern, you will support the day-to-day operations of a project or department. Interns are given “real work” that will expose you to real world challenges in a business area.

You will partner with diverse people, and have the opportunity to avail yourself of career development training and resources to strengthen your professional skills and knowledge

Networking
You will have the opportunity to meet and interact with management at a variety of meetings and events. In addition, interns can network with each other during organized social and community support activities.