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

The Augustine Institute is looking for a dynamic person to serve as a Regional Sales Associate. The person selected for this position will play a key role in assisting Catholic parish leaders in the formation of missionary disciples, and transforming the world for Jesus Christ.


The Augustine Institute is looking for a dynamic person to serve as its Software Architect for its FORMED platform. The architect plays a key role in assisting the Chief Technology Officer with the specification, design, and implementation of the logical and physical architecture that supports the FORMED platform. This person will be capable of leading a wide variety of technical efforts that require a solid understanding of modern software development practices and possesses excellent leadership skills. This person will understand the overall architectural picture as well as have the ability to “get into the weeds” with the developers whenever they hit road-blocks. The architect is expected to have the capacity to recognize team deficiencies and to have the aptitude to “fill the gap” and adapt as our development efforts continue to progress.

As an architect, you will direct the work of two to three software development teams that are implementing the functionality to extend the FORMED platform in multiple directions. You will also provide technical guidance to our product owner(s) and test engineering teams.


To Apply:

Please submit inquiries and resume to

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.