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Welcome to the world of education policy at the Education Commission of the States (ECS). ECS believes in recruiting the brightest talent regardless of race, color, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability or marital status. We offer competitive salaries and an outstanding benefits package. ECS provides an exciting intellectual environment, a collegial workplace, flexible hours and an organizational structure that encourages teamwork. For more reasons why ECS may be the right organization for you, check out the facts regarding our organization, our people and other related information listed on this page.

Check below for current openings. To submit a resume, please email it to the contact listed for each posting.

To apply for any of the following positions at ECS, please email or fax your cover letter and resume to:
Antionette Garcia
Executive Office Manager/State Relations Specialist
Education Commission of the States
700 Broadway, Suite 810
Denver, Colorado 80203
Fax: 303-296-8332


Positions at ECS

NCLCE Project Specialist
Under the supervision of the Program and/or Institute Director, the project specialist assists with the implementation of the National Center for Learning and Civic Engagement’s (NCLCE) programs and projects. NCLCE seeks to support state policymakers in establishing civic learning and engagement programs for pre-K
through postsecondary students. The NCLCE is an institute within the Education Commission of the States (ECS), a national organization that convenes and informs state leaders on the research, policies, and issues critical to improving pre-K to postsecondary education. The NCLCE complements the mission of ECS with a unique level of expertise within the fields of civic education and civic engagement. Typical duties include planning, developing, implementing and evaluating programs and projects, coordinating project activities, collaborating with team members, developing measurable project goals and objectives, and monitoring progress toward achievement. (Read the full job description)

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Positions outside ECS

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