Established in 2014, the Koch Center for Leadership and Ethics humanizes business education by introducing students and the public to principled entrepreneurship and the moral free enterprise system necessary to support it. It emphasizes the inherently social nature of commerce through its creation of value for others. The Center educates students and the public about: the necessary conditions for principled entrepreneurship to function, the moral and ethical nature of mutually beneficial commerce, and the vital relationship between principled entrepreneurship and dignified human flourishing.
About the Opening
The Koch Center for Leadership and Ethics is hiring for a Program Coordinator to help oversee daily operations of the entity. The Program Coordinator will be responsible for planning, promoting, and implementing events and activities that achieve the Center’s objective of engaging students, faculty, and community in a discussion about ethical leadership.
This is a unique opportunity for someone with a passion for principled entrepreneurship and free enterprise to help manage and grow a burgeoning university center. The Program Coordinator will be integral in creating a transformative experience in the lives of students on campus, in Kansas, and Nationwide.