Program Manager – Northeast

  • Full Time
  • Boston, MA
  • $90,000 USD / Year
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Website New Majority Capital


New Majority Capital Foundation seeks a highly capable and adaptable Program Manager (PM), as we continue our national expansion. The PM should reside in the Greater Boston area and will work to create cohesion and successful administration of bETA, NMCF’s 10-week accelerator throughout our target cities. The Program Manager will play a critical role in ensuring successful execution of the foundation’s mission, in conjunction with NMCF’s board and other senior leaders.


Reporting Relationship

The Program Manager reports to the Director.



The Program Manager will be responsible for providing administrative support to the program and its team members throughout the planning and implementation of the Foundation’s programs.

Specific duties include, but are not limited to:

  1. Recruitment: Coordinates with NMCF and Site Team to implement strategy to recruit aspiring entrepreneurs and setting criteria/metrics for applicants, working with Site Team to schedule, manage, interview, collect, and process application materials, facilitates the scheduling of applicant interviews with Site Team, while also conducting interviews of applicants, delivering acceptance and rejection phone calls, and coordinates with Site Team on all logistical information needed to onboard selected applicants. The Program Manager is also expected to participate in the recruitment and training of future hires in other cities.
  2. Program Development: Participates in the course development with faculty, NMCF leadership, and Site Team by selecting dates for each cohort and developing program delivery calendar, scheduling and attending the pre-brief and walkthrough meetings for each class session (both virtual and in-person); proposes curriculum innovations for core and localized sections, assists in the identification and recruitment of local resources
  3. Facilitation: Manages the learning management system (LMS) where program materials are posted and participant communications take place, supports Site Team with the recruitment of panelists and/or guest speakers as needed, assists faculty members during classroom sessions by maintaining attendance, recording sessions, managing participation, collect participant evaluations after each session and distribute to Site Team, serves as the main point of contact for initial program technology set up, and creates participant profiles at the start of each cohort
  4. Administrative: Coordinates any logistical information between Site Team and program participants, orders and organizes all supplies and printed materials for classroom/event use, manages local storage of curriculum materials, ensuring the most updated materials are available to Site Team, assisting Site Team with all program events and classes (in-persona and virtual) which includes but is not limited to organizing and planning menus and facilitating logistics, A/V, materials distribution within budget, in consultation with Site Team, submits purchase orders and processes invoice payments, assists Site Team with tracking budget expenditures and staying within budget, works with Site Team to coordinate faculty/staff contracts
  5. Partner Development: Builds upon existing and establishes new relationships with local ecosystem partners including grantmakers, investors, and other ETA stakeholders.



  1. BS required
  2. Impeccable judgment and tact
  3. A minimum of three to five years of work experience related to program management, classroom management, and/or accelerator administration
  4. Proven ability to manage multiple functions within an organization, including operations, communications, and programmatic teams; a track record of achieving operational excellence across multiple functions
  5. Proven ability to work in a diverse team environment and manage multiples tasks efficiently
  6. Flexibility and adaptability in changing environments
  7. Digital native – comfort in using/ability to learn a variety of software/technology tools including but not limited to Microsoft Office suite, Canva, Calendly, Adobe, Canvas, Mailchimp, and others
  8. Fluency in or lived experience in racial wealth gap impacts and socioeconomic nuances among BIPOC populations
  9. Candidates must have US work authorization


Salary & Benefits

The salary for this position is $90,000 – this is inclusive of a $75,000 base salary and $15,000 Northeast cost-of-living adjustment. NMCF employees are paid monthly, on the first calendar day of the month.  NMCF offers a benefits package that includes:

  • Health insurance premiums paid up to $1,000 per month
  • 20 days of paid time off


Work Location

NMCF is a remote-first organization. This position is remote with the exception of 1-day per week in-office meetings, mandatory in-person days before, during, and immediately after each accelerator cohort is onboarded in addition to team offsites, program and ad hoc events, and all-hands meetings. The Program Manager must have reliable transportation. Out of state travel will be reimbursed and is expected for the following:

  • Annual offsites with national team
  • In-person presentations as needed
  • Conferences
  • bETA launches and programmatic events


About NMCF

New Majority Capital Foundation is a 501(C)(3) that addresses persistent wealth gaps in the United States by providing training and access to capital for underrepresented entrepreneurs to acquire existing small businesses and scale them. NMCF runs bETA, a 10-week accelerator that provides dedicated ETA (entrepreneurship through acquisition) training to aspiring entrepreneurs on how to acquire a small business, operate their enterprise, and eventually scale it successfully. At the end of the accelerator, fellows will receive post-program support, as well as assistance with access to capital to help finance their acquisitions.



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