Amy Moran Lowe MPP 2009, Senior Analyst at GAO Boston; Education, Workforce, and Income Security, and Bryan
Sakakeeny, Analyst, will be available to chat about paid summer internships at the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO).
The GAO serves Congress and the American people, following the federal dollar wherever it goes as we advise Congress about ways to make government more efficient, effective, ethical, equitable, and responsive. We make hundreds of recommendations each year, testify frequently at congressional hearings, and are cited regularly in the national press. We’re an equal opportunity employer that strives to maintain a diverse workforce and an inclusive work environment. In addition, we focus on work/life balance, with flexible schedules and telework opportunities. The Partnership for Public Service has consistently named GAO as one of the Best Places to Work in the Federal Government. Candidates for the summer internship must be in the first year of their master’s or doctoral program and have U.S. citizenship.