Employment at the Financial Management Service
Student Career Experience Program (SCEP)
What is the Student Career Experience Program (SCEP)?
The Student Career Experience (SCEP) Program (formerly Cooperative Education (Co-op) is a planned and progressive educational program that offers many advantages. By combining your academic studies with on-the-job experience, the SCEP helps you gain the experience you need to obtain the job of your choice.
Designed to be a partnership between you, your school, and the Financial Management Service, the SCEP will help you:
Competitive Pay and Benefits
As a SCEP student, you start earning a salary now! Your rate of pay will depend on your education and work experience.
As your responsibilities increase, your pay reflects your experience, talents and contributions. Pay-for-performance systems are in place to provide increases and awards for motivated SCEP students.
There are many ways to work in the SCEP. Schedules may alternate full-time work experiences with full semesters or quarters of study in school, or there may be part-time positions with parallel periods of study. You will work with your school and employer to design a schedule that works best for you.
In addition to U.S. citizenship, you must meet the following requirements:
How Do You Begin the Process?
To find out if your school is in the partnership program, contact your school's Student Employment Director/Coordinator .
Contact our recruitment office for more information.
The Financial Management Service is an Equal Opportunity Employer   Last Updated:  March 14, 2014