Career Reentry Programs

Fed Resurgence Fed Resurgence

In 2022, the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston joined the STEM (Science, technology, engineering and mathematics) Reentry Task force and partnered with iRelaunch and the Society of Women Engineers to establish the Fed Resurgence pilot program. Fed Resurgence is a dedicated career reentry program for the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston to hire professionals who have taken a career break and are actively seeking a return to the workforce. Boston Fed values professionals who have taken career breaks and understands that time can be enriching and broaden perspectives.

Fed Resurgence will allow experienced professionals who have taken a career break to apply to participate in a 16-week paid work program. A successful candidate will work in a role alongside Boston Fed teammates, reporting to a manager who has been trained to manage professionals seeking career reentry. To ensure success throughout their time at the Bank, each program participant will be assigned a Boston Fed employee mentor for support and guidance throughout their program. Subject to performance and feedback throughout the program, qualified candidates may be offered full-time employment at the Boston Fed if there is an applicable position.

Current Opportunities

Risk Analyst

The Main Street Risk Analyst position is responsible for assisting with all risk management activities across the Main Street Lending Program, including metrics and dashboard reporting. This planning process entails building, maintaining and testing controls, risk identification, qualitative and quantitative analysis, monitoring and reporting. Assists the Risk Manager with the execution of the risk control self-assessment and key risk reporting across the Main Street Lending Program. Assists with the compilation, reporting and remediation of risk issues for the Program.

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Am I eligible for the Resurgence Program?

You are eligible if you have taken a career break for at least two years for reasons such as:

  • Starting or raising a family
  • Caring for a family member
  • Taking time after military service
  • Military Spouse
  • Political Office
  • Entrepreneurial ventures
  • Volunteer Work
  • Continuing Education
  • Managing Mental and Physical Health
  • Pursuing a career change
  • Periodic Consulting
  • Adjunct Professor