The mission of the Augustine Institute is to serve the formation of Catholics for the New Evangelization.
Through our academic and parish programs, we equip Catholics intellectually, spiritually, and pastorally to renew the Church and transform the world for Christ.


Current Job Openings

Join the Augustine Institute development team as an automation test lead. Help us make software that’s ready for the real world. Be a member of a 20+ person, multi-disciplinary team in our state-of-the-art development environment. Learn more.

The Executive Assistant is responsible for working directly with the Augustine Executive Team and will be responsible for performing a number of administrative and transactional duties. The ideal candidate is highly self-motivated, professional, and capable of managing multiple tasks and prioritizing in a fast-paced entrepreneurial environment. Candidate will uphold a strict level of confidentiality and represent the organization with a professional, friendly demeanor. Learn more.

The Augustine Institute’s Graduate School of Theology seeks a part-time Admissions Counselor to contribute to the School’s work of recruiting, welcoming, and accompanying Catholics who desire to know their faith more deeply that they might share and teach it more effectively. The successful applicant will bring knowledge and love of the Church’s theological heritage and mission of evangelization together with a familiarity with and admiration for the Augustine Institute. Courtesy, humility, and attention to detail are the essential qualities of the Admissions Counselor, together with a readiness to anticipate the needs of prospective students and a keen enthusiasm to introduce them to the Graduate School. Learn more.

To Apply:

Please submit inquiries and resume to careers@augustineinstitute.org

Company History


In 2005, as a response to the call of Pope St. John Paul II, Catholic scholars established in Denver a graduate school dedicated to transforming Catholic education for the New Evangelization.

Since then, the Augustine Institute has become the fastest growing Catholic graduate school in the United States, training our students to proclaim the Gospel with new “ardor, methods, and expression,” as Pope St. John Paul II insisted.

What began as a graduate school has quickly expanded into a multifaceted institute providing strategic, disciple-based parish programming and leadership formation to dioceses and parishes across America.