Students and Young Professionals

Career building with the AGA

Students and Young Professionals are the next generations of our future. So, whether you are considering a career in government financial management or just starting down the path, AGA and the Boston Chapter want to help you!

AGA Young Professionals

Some perks of joining the AGA as a young professional:

  • Discounted membership price of $45 (for up to three years)!
  • Membership pricing for webinars
  • Networking events
  • Mentorship program
  • Job Board for internships, including full and part-time positions

The young professionals PDT training scholarship provides young professionals with the opportunity to network with and learn from a broad audience of more than 2,000 government financial management professionals and industry experts at AGA's annual Professional Development Training (PDT). | Learn more and apply

AGA Student Members

Some perks of joining the AGA as a student:

  • FREE membership for full-time students!
  • Discount on the Certified Government Financial Manager application fee
  • Membership pricing for webinars
  • Full-time undergraduate, graduate, and community service academic scholarships. | Learn more and apply
  • Networking events
  • Mentorship program
  • Job Board for internships, full and part-time positions
  • National Leadership Training (NLT) National Collegiate Leadership Program


For more information for Students, click here.


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AGA is the association that connects and empowers financial related professionals who support government, from financial management to IT, human resources, cybersecurity and more, to advance good government initiatives, grow their expertise and accelerate their careers.

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“The AGA has helped me stay connected while working from home and encourages both my personal growth and professional development.”

Sara Baruffaldi, MA Office of the State Auditor

“I appreciate the insight that business professionals provide to me as a student in regards to taking the proper steps to prepare for the real world experiences that the classroom simply cannot offer.”

Brandon J. Lacy, Past AGA Boston Chapter Student Advisor to the President

"I appreciate the perspectives and experiences that students and young professionals bring to the Boston Chapter. I would encourage them to join us and take advantage of all the opportunities that the Chapter and AGA have to offer."

Benjamin Howe, VA Office of Inspector General