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    What’s your next chapter?

    Like many nonprofits, the culture of Junior Achievement (JA) 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.

    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.

    There is one current job opening.

    Special Events Assistant (Metro Denver)
    We are seeking a versatile, detailed and enthusiastic individual to join the special events team. As the Special Events Assistant, you will provide support for the Special Events Team including  coordinating event logistics and managing vendor relationships.

    Click here to view the full job description. To apply, please send a cover letter and resume, including salary requirements to Shawna Mounsey at SMounsey@JAColorado.org. Please include some specific characteristics that set you apart from other candidates.

    Also, please review job listings from other Junior Achievement offices around the U.S.

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