The U.S. Department of the Treasury is now seeking applicants for the 2022-2024 junior fellowship program. The highly selective fixed two-year program provides the opportunity for new college graduates to work shaping international economic policy for the United States in the Treasury’s Office of International Affairs. Junior fellows are usually hired at the GS-9 level and receive standard Treasury benefits.
The deadline to apply is October 29, 2021.
- United States Citizen
- Recently received – or will soon receive – a bachelor’s degree with relevant coursework in economics, public policy, finance, international relations, or related fields
- 52 weeks (2,080 hours) of paid or unpaid work, volunteer, or extracurricular experience relevant to the program
- Demonstrate strong work ethic and attention to detail
- Show strong career potential
Email a cover letter, federal resume, and transcript(s) attesting to academic qualifications and career potential to IAFellows@treasury.gov
You may optionally submit up to two recommendation letters in the same email to add additional insight into your application.
In the email, candidates must also (A) indicate the desired start date; (B) confirm they hold U.S. citizenship (must be able to provide documentation); (C) note veterans’ preference, if applicable; and (D) include a resume that demonstrates 52 weeks (2,080 hours) of paid or unpaid work, volunteer, or extracurricular experience relevant to the duties described above.
For more information about the program and application formatting, click here.