We’re Hiring

We are seeking four full-time employees to join our team in Boulder. Learn more about the roles and apply today!

These positions are currently open as of May 2021

Location: Boulder, CO with limited travel to Illinois, Georgia, and North Carolina

These positions are in our Boulder, Colorado office and are not virtual or remote.

About Greenhouse Scholars

Greenhouse Scholars is a diverse community of leaders working together to ensure people of all backgrounds can live a life of their choosing.

Our vision is to create a community of leaders who will evolve the communities of the world. Our values are leadership, community, relentlessness, and accountability. We are a non-profit that operates more like a for-profit. We are change agents who are bold and innovative, optimistic and engaging, gritty and accountable, and builders of relationships and community.

We are 15 years into proving our model and are aggressively growing our organization and impact. Our team is comprised of innovative, entrepreneurial, and results-driven individuals who work collaboratively with our community to achieve our goals. We are seeking a high-performing candidate to join our team.

Open Roles

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The Events Associate is responsible for managing the quality execution of Greenhouse Scholars events and experiences nationwide, in-person and virtual. This position works closely with the COO, relationship team, and external partners to plan, manage, and execute exceptionally high-quality fundraising events. These events include live and silent auctions, dinner parties, celebrity chef events, house parties, speaking engagements, and more. This position will manage logistics including food and beverage, venue selection, staff, volunteers, invitations, decor, permitting, parking, rentals, and more.

The Relationship Associate is responsible for managing existing relationships and cultivating new ones with individual donors, corporate partners, foundations, mentors, volunteers, and alumni of our program across Colorado.  The associate will be responsible for building trust, customizing interactions, and growing these relationships to become increasingly meaningful, multi-faceted, and valuable to the organization.

The Operations Associate is responsible for managing the processes and systems that support our programs, relationships, and events activities and teams. This associate will work directly with the COO on quality management of the office activities, general operations, and compliance to company policies. This role will ensure the rest of the staff has adequate support and access to resources that promotes efficiency, high performance, and contributes to sustainable growth.

The Marketing & Communications Associate is responsible for managing the strategic direction and quality execution of our brand message to a variety of internal and external target audiences. This position works closely with the COO, manages our agency partnership(s) and marketing vendors, creates and shares content via social media channels, and collaborates with our events and relationship team to ensure our goals and actions are continuously aligned.