The US Department of Health & Human Services, Office of the Inspector General, is coming to campus on Wednesday, 4/11, from 1-3 pm for Employer in Residence meetings regarding their Pathways internship program for 2019 graduates.
To schedule a one-on-one meeting, you can use our NEW process on NUcareers by choosing "Employer in Residence appointments" under Career Development, or calling 617-373-6548.
The Pathways Program offers Federal internship and employment opportunities for current students, recent graduates, and those with an advanced degree. Students who successfully
complete the program may be eligible for conversion to a permanent job in the civil service. Pathways opportunities with the Office of Evaluation and Inspections in the Office of the
Inspector General are typically available as part of the Internship Program or the Recent Graduates Program.
If you're a current student in an undergraduate or advanced degree program, you may be eligible. This program offers paid opportunities to work in Federal agencies and explore Federal
careers while completing your education.
· Interns may be converted to a permanent position (or, in some limited circumstances, to a term position lasting 1-4 years) within 120 days of successful completion of the
· To be eligible for conversion, Interns must:
o Complete at least 640 hours of work experience acquired through the Internship Program
o Complete their degree or certificate requirements.
o Meet the qualification standards for the position to which the Intern will be converted
o Meet agency-specific requirements as specified in the Participant's Agreement, and to Perform their job successfully
· Agencies may waive up to 320 of the required 640 hours of work for Interns who demonstrate high potential as evidenced by outstanding academic achievement and
exceptional job performance.
· Time spent under previous Internship Program appointments may count towards required work experience hours.
Current and recent OEI Boston work includes the following subjects:
Public Health: Our work has examined oversight of human subjects protections, clinical research trials, tobacco, and grant funding for research into toxicology.
Health Care Quality: We have evaluated the oversight system for ensuring that patients in hospitals receive quality care, Medicare's response to beneficiary complaints in nursing
homes, and the extent to which hospitals purchase compounded pharmaceuticals from registered compounders.
Health Care Financing and Delivery: Our work has addressed such topics as access to durable medical equipment under Medicare's competitive bidding program, the accuracy
of data used for Medicare's quality-based payment systems, and health information technology and coordinated care.
About the OEI: The Office of Evaluation and Inspections (OEI) is one component of the Office of Inspector General.
OEI's mission is to protect the integrity of our Department's programs, as well as the health and welfare of the programs' beneficiaries. We do this by conducting evaluations that provide timely,
useful, and reliable information and recommendations to decision makers in Congress and the Executive Branch, as well as to the general public. We evaluate the programs run by the Centers for
Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and other agencies. Our reports recommend ways to improve the
effectiveness and efficiency of these programs, protect their beneficiaries, and stop fraud, waste, and abuse.
For more information: http://oig.hhs.gov