Our Mission

We are human resources professionals that drive HR strategies and provide innovative, reliable HR services to our internal and external customers while promoting effective, efficient government and carrying out the mission and goals of the Office of the State Treasurer and Receiver General (Treasury).

The Department of the State Treasurer is committed to excellence in recruiting, hiring, and retaining diverse and qualified individuals. We value the culture of diversity and professionalism in the workplace, and strongly believe that our workforce should reflect our community.

Our HR staff provide innovative, reliable HR services to the employees of the Treasury that attract, retain and produce a diverse, engaged, talented and high performing workforce.

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts is committed in spirit as well as in action, to abide by all laws dealing with equal employment opportunity. It is our policy to guarantee equal employment opportunities for all qualified persons without regard to their age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, gender, military status, sexual orientation, or disability, which can be reasonably accommodated.

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Treasury Employees

Why work at the Treasury?

In addition to our dedication to ethical hiring practices and equal opportunities, the Treasury provides impressive benefits.
Benefits may vary depending on department, agency and position.

Internship Program Intern Collage


The Treasury internship program provides an opportunity for students to learn in an environment designed for personal growth. This program is intended to be a multifaceted experience tailored to the individual participant.  The training focus-es on professional development, communications, government & public relations, as well as a knowledge of the functions of each department within the Treasury.  

Candidates interested in internship opportunities may submit their resumes, indicating the department(s) or agency (ies) of interest. Submitted resumes will be reviewed for opportunities that become available or for the summer internship program.



To be considered for an internship with the Office of the Treasurer and Receiver-General

  • a resume and cover letter  (include spring, summer or fall internship selection)
  • letter of recommendation
  • 3 references, and
  • 1 writing sample, writing samples should be a personal statement that highlight at least 2 departments candidates are interested in within the Treasury and why


A summary of each department is provided here.



The Treasury internship program will run on  academic semester schedules.  Below are the months for each internship along with the application deadlines.

• Spring Internship: February - May (deadline for entry, December 1)
• Summer Program: July- August (deadline for entry May 1)***
• Fall Internship: September - December (deadline for entry August 1)

***The summer internship is open to high school students and college/graduate students who can only commit to an internship in the summer.***


Qualifying candidates will be interviewed at least once.  If selected, the successful candidates will receive tentative offers from Human Resources.  Upon acceptance of an offer, the intern candidate must complete a Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI).

• CORI - Intern candidates who accept the offer must complete CORI checks. The offer of internship is contingent upon the completion of a satisfactory criminal record inquiry within CORI law parameters. Where applicable, Human Resources may request a history of the applicant’s driving records.
• ELIGIBILITY - Human Resources will then determine whether the applicant has the legal right to work in the United States upon receipt of documentation in compliance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act.
• COMPENSATION - Treasury internships are generally unpaid.
• FAMILY MEMBERS - The Treasury does not consider family members for internships

Internship Application docx format of Intern Application Form