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Careers

Work Hard. Have Fun. Succeed Together.

Why work at CoFo?

Each day, our intelligent, enthusiastic, and committed staff, shape and improve our programs.

At College Forward, our team spends boundless energy on finding more ways to help deserving students, inspire great Coaches, forge smart partnerships, and creatively connect resources. Why? Because of our students.

Every ounce we give flows back to us in the form of increased student confidence, self-awareness, and accomplishment.

CoFo Benefits

We love working at College Forward, and we want to make sure you do too! College Forward offers a competitive benefits package that enables our team members to live happy, healthy, fulfilling lives.

Employer-paid health insurance, with options to add on your spouse or domestic partner and dependents.

Prescription drug coverage.

Educational Benefits.

Short-term and long-term disability (if eligible).

401K enrollment and management.

Options for employer-paid dental and vision coverage.

Paid time off, available right away!

Paid parental leave.

Life insurance policy.

Current Openings

College Forward is a partner of Employers of National Service. We welcome candidates from all national civilian and military service programs, including AmeriCorps, Peace Corps and other volunteer programs.

If you’re passionate about education and interested in joining College Forward we encourage you to apply for one of our open positions.

Communication Design Intern

The Position College Forward (CoFo) is seeking to hire a current CoFo student to help improve our communication and design work, including monthly newsletters, social media, website updating, and program

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Program Coordinator

The Program Coordinator will be responsible for developing content to reach students and delivering excellent customer service via virtual methods as well as in-person, ensuring each student and partner interaction receives the highest quality of customer service. The Program Coordinator should have a knowledge of the barriers that our students may be facing and are able to advocate for vulnerable populations.

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