Working With: Us - 2020 Summer Internship Program

Watch this video to learn what it's like Working With: Us, and apply to an internship opportunity today! Email us at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Purpose. Meaning. Impact.

The Pension Boards’ 2020 Summer Internship Program will engage and select the brightest students from some of the best colleges in New York to experience and delve into the Pension Boards' core areas of work including Investments, Finance, Member Services, Information Technology, Human Resources, and Communications.

Selected students will become ambassadors for Pension Boards work and will be empowered to offer strategic insight and ideas that will inform the Pension Boards' future plan design. The students will conclude their eight-week assignment with a presentation of their ideas and assessments to the Pension Boards' Executive Team.

"We believe this program will help foster creative and valuable input for the Pension Boards that will not only fuel and shape our strategic objectives, but further enhance our services for United Church of Christ members. It will be their opportunity to have a say in a future Pension Boards," said Brian R. Bodager, President and CEO of the Pension Boards.


Learn From Our Past Interns

Ashley Kuzmach

Lasting Lessons Gained at the Pension Boards

Ashley Kuzmech shares her valuable work experience as a Summer Intern with the Pension Boards. Read more.

Reinaldo Cuni

Building My Actuarial Science Skills at the Pension Boards

Learn how Renaldo Cuni applied his actuarial science skills during his summer internship at the Pension Boards. Read more.


Apply Today!

College students are encouraged to apply to the Pension Boards' 2020 Summer Internship Program by submitting a resume and a brief explanation of why they believe they are qualified for the internship to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. The deadline for submissions is Wednesday, April 15, 2020. Interested applicants can learn about the Pensions Boards here and read the Frequently Asked Questions for more details, including, compensation, work assignments, and internship expectations.