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NewBoCo Diversity Statement

NewBoCo values diversity in entrepreneurship, innovation, and tech education within and connected to our ecosystem. We are committed to promoting and enhancing equity and inclusion in all of our programs and events. We believe the shared commitment to building a resilient ecosystem within a diverse environment fosters creativity and advances our community as a whole. Our ultimate goal is that diversity and inclusion, like innovation, is an unwavering, incontestable part of the DNA of our organization. 

We are committed to creating a diverse and welcoming workplace that includes partners with diverse backgrounds and experiences. We believe that enables us to better meet our mission and values while serving customers throughout our global communities. Black, Indigenous, People of color, Women, LGBTQIA+, Veterans, and Persons with Disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Director of Development

NewBoCo is looking to hire a Director of Development (DOD) to develop, lead and implement a strategy to increase the size, scope and capability of the non-profit organization. The DOD will oversee, plan, and implement a comprehensive program for NewBoCo that secures significant philanthropic resources from individuals, corporations, and foundations for NewBoCo’s entrepreneurship, innovation and technical education programming; on a statewide and national scale.

Code School Teaching Assistant

We’re looking for one or more teaching assistants to help us grow DeltaV in Cedar Rapids, Mount Pleasant, Council Bluffs, and Mason City! This role is ideal for a recent college graduate or early career developer with a strong computer science background, and ideally with some formal or informal teaching experience. This is a hands-on role: you’ll get down and dirty with the code, working with the students on a daily basis to help them work through challenges and push them to get a strong understanding of modern software development practices.