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Role Overview

Program Directors are responsible for delivering the 10-month TKS program to 80-120 students. We are looking for people who have a passion for helping young people grow and achieve their full potential. We like to think of our program directors as “Olympic-level coaches” for the next generation of innovators, CEOs, and pioneers.

Update [May, 2021]: There are no available positions at this time. However, if you are interested in a Director role when a position opens up, please still complete the application. It will ask you to confirm if you want to be updated with there is an opening.

Locations: Multiple Cities

Role Overview

Associate Directors are responsible for supporting the Program Director to deliver a successful program. After 1-2 years, Associate Directors grow into the Program Director role. We’re looking for people who are passionate about helping young people achieve their full potential, but may not have as much experience. You will constantly interface with the 80-120 students in your program to provide them with feedback, guidance, and support throughout the 10-month program.

Update [August, 2021]: There are no available positions at this time. However, if you are interested in a Director role when a position opens up, please still complete the application. It will ask you to confirm if you want to be updated with there is an opening.

Locations: Multiple Cities

Role Overview

This is a key role within the organization and you will report directly to the CEO. In this role you will oversee all things related to the program operations (e.g. application process) and internal operations by directly interfacing with our marketing team, program directors, and partnerships team.

Location: Anywhere (preferably Toronto).

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