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Job Postings

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CURRENT MEMBER JOB POSTINGS:

Dartmouth College, Program Manager, Tuck School of Business | APPLY HERE
The Tuck School seeks a detail and process-oriented professional to support the center’s operational success and growth. This position is a great opportunity for an individual with strong administrative, organizational, and coordination skills with an interest in facilitating events and programming of keen interest to Tuck students, such as the Maynard Internship Program, Early-Stage Project Exchange, or Center Ecosystem Deep Dives. An interest in business or entrepreneurship is welcome, but not required.


University of Waterloo
, Professor and Eyton Director, Conrad School of Entrepreneurship and Business, Faculty of Engineering | APPLY HERE
The Director will lead the School in implementing its strategic plan for education and research and will play a crucial role in shaping the direction of Waterloo’s Faculty of Engineering. This role also involves cultivating relationships with internal and external stakeholders to enhance Conrad’s reputation and impact. The successful candidate will have a relevant PhD degree, be appointed at the rank of tenured Professor or senior Associate Professor, and is expected to have a distinguished record of teaching, research, and service. The appointee will be a person of academic stature, with demonstrated leadership, academic, educational, and administrative credentials.

Miami University, Visiting Assistant Professor/Instructor in Entrepreneurship | APPLY HERE
The Department of Entrepreneurship in the Farmer School of Business at Miami University invites applications for a Visiting Assistant Professor/Instructor in Entrepreneurship to teach a full-time load in the Farmer School of Business’s Entrepreneurship degree program. This Visiting Assistant Professor/Instructor in Entrepreneurship is responsible for applying a practitioner’s perspective with solid academic foundations to courses in the Entrepreneurship core. Position start date is August 19, 2024.

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Director of the Severino Center for Technological Entrepreneurship | APPLY HERE

The Director of the Severino Center for Technological Entrepreneurship (the “Severino Center”) will work with the Assistant Vice President, RPIVentures (“RPIV”) and the Vice President, Office of Strategic Alliances and Translation (“OSAT”) in shaping and advancing the entrepreneurial ecosystem at RPI and the region. In collaboration with RPIV, they will develop a strategic vision for the Severino Center, aligning it with the Institute’s priorities and entrepreneurship programs. This includes fostering innovation, promoting collaboration, and ensuring RPI’s leadership in regional entrepreneurship and innovation. The Director will actively engage with the Deans of the School of Engineering and the Lally School of Management regarding the development of a modern entrepreneurship curriculum. They will also collaborate with faculty, students, industry partners, and community organizations to drive initiatives that support startups, technology transfer, and commercialization. Additionally, the Director will oversee program development, mentorship, and outreach efforts to empower aspiring entrepreneurs and foster a culture of innovation.