Join our Entrepreneurial Hosting Team for Spring 2017!

From January 17, 2017 - July 30, 2017, help us build a vibrant community in exchange for a full Impact Hub Boston membership. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. The Spring cohort orientation will begin in January.  If you are applying for the Spring 2017 Cohort, please note that our January 17 Orientation is mandatory and an all-day commitment.
  Working from an inspiring space at 50 Milk Street in downtown Boston, you will help build both a community and a physical space where innovation for social impact thrives. Expect to interact with seasoned and new entrepreneurs, artists, professionals, and students pursuing creative, impactful solutions to local and global challenges - be they for-profit or non-profit ventures.  

What is the hosting team?

An Impact Hub Host has the power to be a connector, a helper, a mentor, an ambassador, and an inspirer.  Expect to interact with seasoned and new entrepreneurs, professionals, artists, and students who are pursuing creative, impactful solutions to local and global challenges - be they for-profit or non-profit ventures. We are seeking people who are observant, dependable, smart, socially conscious, who do not have a problem helping out with logistics around the space ‘getting your hands dirty’ and love to be around other people.
  There are currently three different host roles that one may apply for:
  1. Daytime Host - Serve as a vital connector and community facilitator for Impact Hub, help with operations work, and join a team of hosts for work on a special project.
  2. Creative Host - Bring your design, photography, and marketing skills to work with the Impact Hub team to enhance our space, community programs, events, and social media in collaboration with other members of our hosting team. We work with creative hosts to make a tailored project plan for their skill set as it matches to our needs.
  3. 'Community Membership' Host - Be the face of Impact Hub for our Community Members during their Monday Night Coworking hours. Do all the things that a daytime host does, but with a special eye towards making our Community Members feel connected and involved in the space.
Read a more detailed description of all of the roles here.
    The Host position is an eight-hour per week commitment filled through a six hour in-space shift (morning or afternoon) with an additional two hours in-space or virtually, working on a special project. For giving back as an Impact Hub Boston Host, you will receive unlimited social and business value, unlimited residential ( +24/7) membership during your Hosting tenure, and much more. To apply, simply fill out our short application form below. Thank you for your interest in working with Impact Hub Boston!

Apply to Join Our Hosting Team

  • General Information

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  • Short Answer Questions

  • Which hosting team shift(s) are you interested in?

  • Which hosting team cohort(s) are you interested in?

    To give opportunities to a variety of people, including students, we have divided our Hosting Team opportunities into specific cohorts of approximately 4-5 months each.
  • Please upload a cover letter and resume.

  • Cover letter
  • Resume