applications are open for 2018-2019


Have you ever dreamed of being part of something big and innovative? Of making a tremendous amount of impact in the lives of thousands of students across the US and the world?

Well, this is your chance!


JE USA is hiring for all positions for the 2019-18 year. We are looking for undergraduate students who are willing to face challenges, learn, and take initiative. 


The application process includes filling out an interest form, undergoing remote interviews, and submitting a yearly plan/vision for your term (for Director positions). Take a look below to learn about all open positions and apply for whatever interests you the most!


Executive Positions


Executive Director

The Executive Director is the face of Junior Enterprise USA. He or she sets the vision, mission and culture for the organization and ensures overall goals are being met. Main responsibilities are managing the executive board and raising funds for JE USA.

Workload: Up to 40 hours/week

Past Executive Directors: Vitor Valentim (16-17') and Bruna Correa (17-18')

Day-to-day activities:

  • Representing JE USA at various domestic and international events

  • Reaching out to potential sponsors

  • Managing existing partners and sponsors

  • Setting organizational goals and vision

  • Running weekly executive board meetings

  • Supporting other directors in their roles

  • Managing relationship with the JE USA Alumni group

  • Managing JE USA finances


Preferred skills:

  • Deep understanding of the Junior Enterprise concept

  • Experience within the JE movement in the US

  • Past experience managing teams and raising funds

  • Excellent communication and leadership skills

  • Ability to think critically and solve conflicts

Executive Associate

The Executive Associate is the biggest supporter of the Executive Director, as they both share common goals and workload. However, while the Executive Director faces JE USA internally and ultimately manages the executive board, the Executive Associate faces external stakeholders. Main responsibilities include bringing strategic insights from outside JE USA to inside JE USA and representing JE USA at the Junior Enterprise Global Council.

Workload: Up to 20 hours/week

Day-to-day activities:

  • Participating in weekly executive board meetings

  • Running bi-weekly Development meetings

  • Contacting international JEs and confederations to benchmark best practices

  • Setting Development goals while constantly reviewing Development programs

  • Standardizing Development procedures

  • Training Development team

  • Recruiting JE USA Alumni to participate in the Development programs

Preferred skills:

  • Deep understanding of the Junior Enterprise concept

  • Experience within the JE movement in the US

  • Excellent communication and leadership skills

  • Ability to take initiative and work in teams

  • Experience within the startup industry and/or past classes on startups



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