Thank you for your interest in working at the Office of the Attorney General. As an office and as professionals, we are committed to serving the public and to making a difference in the lives of Massachusetts residents. We invite you to explore the employment and internship opportunities available in the Attorney General’s Office and hope you will consider joining us in the important work that we do.
The Attorney General’s Office is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The Office actively seeks to increase the diversity of its workforce. We value diversity and strive to create a welcome and inclusive workplace.
View our current employment opportunities. This link takes you to our employment and recruitment portal through iGreentree systems.
The Attorney General’s Office offers internship opportunities during the fall and spring semesters for students currently enrolled in college or law school. We also offer a structured summer program of trainings, events, and activities. For a quick link to additional information, www.mass.gov/ago/internships.
The Attorney General’s Office offers a unique opportunity for talented new attorneys to gain practical experience in the public sector through its Honors Fellowship Program. Selected fellows begin in September of each year and rotate through three bureaus over a two year period. For a quick link to additional information, www.mass.gov/ago/fellowship.
Commitment to Equal Employment Opportunities
The Attorney General’s Office is committed to providing equal employment opportunities and, as such, employment decisions and actions are made without regard to race, color, gender, religion, age, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, military status, genetic information, political affiliation, or veteran’s status. Employment actions such as recruiting, hiring, training, and promoting individuals are based upon a policy of non-discrimination. The Attorney General’s Office is committed to creating a work environment free from discrimination. In conjunction with the Department of Justice, the Attorney General’s Office maintains an Equal Employment Opportunity Plan (EEOP Short Form).