Summer Intern Program

 Federal Careers in Budget and Program Analysis  

Thursday, July 11, 2019

The George Washington University

Marvin Center 309, 800 21st St NW, Washington, DC 20052, Foggy Bottom Metro

Check-in begins at 8:15am, Sessions from 8:45 AM – 12:00 PM 

Register Here

The half-day agenda will feature panel discussions involving experts in budgeting, policy analysis, and career planning to give participants insight into the field and practical tools to develop their careers.  The event will help students and interns envision careers in public service while providing professional support, mentoring, and guidance.  

The training will include:    

  • Roundtable discussions with budget and program analysts with a wide range of experience,

  • Discussions on current trends in budget and program analysis, and

  • Career development panels on applying and interviewing for federal positions, managing your career, and building and maintaining professional networks. 

***The program is free but space is limited. RSVP TODAY!***

Registration includes a free one-year student membership in AAPBA.  Just use the discount code INTERN when registering.

Please forward this information to interns in your office and encourage them to register here. You can contact Michael Sieverts at [email protected] with any questions. 



The American Association for Budget & Program Analysis is an independent nonprofit association incorporated in Washington DC in 1976 to highlight the importance of thorough and professional analysis for government decisions. We are an all-volunteer organization and our programs are funded through membership dues, member contributions, and registration fees.

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About the Marykathryn Kubat Student Research Competition

The American Association for Budget and Program Analysis (AABPA) invites master’s students in public administration, public policy, and related disciplines to submit proposals for the annual Marykathryn Kubat Award for graduate research.  Students are encouraged to submit research topics that analyze the fiscal, political, and social landscape at the core of budget and program analysis at the federal, state, or local levels. Students may include historical references to the evolution of the budget process, performance measures, accountability or fiscal policy when appropriate.  Click here for the 2019 Announcement.

About the AABPA Speakers Bureau

A major goal of the American Association for Budget and Program Analysis (AABPA) is to advance knowledge and understanding about the profession of budget and policy analysis processes in the public sector. The AABPA Speakers Bureau is a significant means of fulfilling that goal.

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