Employment

Extreme Entrepreneurship Tour is currently offering the following employment opportunities:


Education Outreach Associate

Responsibilities:

  • Creating, developing and closing leads for colleges and universities.
  • Tracking leads with leads via salesforce.com.
  • Attending weekly sales meetings.
  • Achieving quarterly sales quota.
  • Make 25-50 outbound sales calls per day.

Compensation:

Commission-only. Working full-time, candidates can expect 1st year income of over $50k. We cover all phone expenses for individuals who work more than 25 hours per week. More details can be shared prior to the first interview.

Location:

Work from home. No travel is required as all sales are done over the phone.

Application Deadline:

Position starts immediately.

Work Schedule:

Part-time (at least 25 hours per week) is ok. Full-time is preferred.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience
  • At least one year of sales experience with a strong track record or a strong interest in sales
  • Understanding of higher education and student activities market a plus
  • Excellent interpersonal, organizational, and verbal/written communication skills in-person and on the phone
  • Self-motivated, energetic, and disciplined- High integrity

Tour Manager & Assistant Tour Manager

Type:
Independent contractor

Responsibilities:

  • Meet and coordinate speakers, staff, and school logistics while on the road
  • Manage the setup, admin, and breakdown process for each event
  • Setup and man the registration table
  • Stuff event goodie bags with the team
  • Pack and unpack materials with the team
  • Keep materials organized on the bus
  • Run errands related to events (making sure we have enough materials)
  • Print out panel placards, event schedule, and attendee list prior to the event
  • Report on inventory
  • Write thank you notes for keynote speakers and event host(s) during the event
  • Drive 31’ foot tour bus (no special license required)
  • Take, organize, and upload event photos
  • Collect, digitize, and send out event video
  • Prepare Event Folder (Attendee RSVP List, MC Notes, EET Permission of Use Form, Panel Instructions, Order Forms, Event Schedule, Staff Information Package)
  • Collect names / contact info for any reporters present and follow up with them immediately after event with pictures
  • Man the product table and collect money and credit card forms for books purchased
  • Update workshop presentation first page with the school logo; and make sure that this and keynote presentations are on USB
  • Write a blog entry for each event
  • Scan and upload event registration and evaluation forms

Application Deadline:

Tour events are held during the academic school year. Our events typically take place September-November and February-June.

Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis until the position is filled.

Work Schedule:

30-60 hours / week during season.

Requirements:

  • Dependable
  • Detail-oriented
  • Excellent interpersonal, organizational, and verbal/written communication skills in-person and on the phone
  • High integrity
  • High energy and positive
  • Proactive

Tour Emcee

Responsibilities:

  • Introducing and closing each event
  • Facilitating the workshop
  • Moderating the panel
  • Introducing the keynote speakers
  • Helping to setup and pack up each event.

Application Deadline:

Tour events are held during the academic school year. Our events typically take place September-November and February-June.

Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis until the position is filled.

Work Schedule:

30-60 hours / week during season.

Requirements:

  • High-energy, humorous, & authentic presentation style
  • Incredible people skills
  • Team player
  • Dependable
  • Currently owns or has run a company before


Application Process

To apply to any of the positions listed on this page, please send your resume and cover letter to . Please include what your favorite color is and why in the cover letter.

Compensation for the positions below are shared before the first interview.