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Like many not-for-profits, the culture of Junior Achievement is a decidedly mission-driven one. From the board of directors to staff members, the JA community is filled with dedicated professionals committed to delivering its programs of hope and opportunity to students around the world.
Through the key content areas of entrepreneurship, financial literacy, and work readiness, JA inspires students to succeed in a global economy. Our success stems from great people who are team players and share a common enthusiasm for the great mission of this organization.
We encourage you to apply for a position and join a winning team of people, who educate and inspire students, helping prepare them for the real world.
Current job openings
Program Operations Assistant
The Program Operations Assistant serves as the JA receptionist and provides administrative support for the Program Team who works with educators, companies and volunteers to deliver JA programs. Click here to read more about this opportunity. To apply, send resume, cover letter and salary requirements to Megan Silbert at MSilbert@JAColorado.org. Please include “Program Operations Assistant” in the subject line of your email.
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