Careers at The SEED Foundation

Why join seed?

  • This is an entrepreneurial and fluid environment – you will never be bored, and will have easy access to all levels of management within the organization.

  • You will be a part of an innovative organization with staff that are extremely focused and intent on creating long-term value. Your colleagues are professional and committed to their work, and respectful and responsive to each other.

  • You can take pride in knowing that your efforts will be in service to furthering the educational opportunities of underserved children and their families. Ultimately, your work will help to create a better future that will profoundly impact the lives of students and their families and will have a long-term, generation-altering impact.

We are currently seeking qualified candidates for the positions listed below.

Please click on the job title to learn more and apply.


The SEED Foundation seeks a Data Analysis Intern to provide data support to the SEED Schools Network. Under the direction of the Data Analyst, this person will manage vital data projects while serving as a member of the School Support Team. The Data Analysis Intern will assist with designing data templates, analyzing school performance data, and creating a process for gathering education data.

 

The SEED Foundation seeks an entry-level College Success Advisor (CSA) to serve on the front line of our critical college success support. S/he will be a vital resource for students as they transition from SEED through college. Advisors are responsible for building deep relationships with graduates and acting as our graduates’ advocates, mentors, experts, and cheerleaders as they assist students with the academic, financial aid, and personal challenges associated with college enrollment and success.


 

The SEED Foundation is committed to the letter and spirit of equality. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or national and ethnic origin in hiring and employment, nor in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and other programs.