Employment Opportunities

Founded in 1987, The Catholic Education Foundation changes the lives of students living in poverty by offering tuition assistance to attend Catholic schools, grades Pre-K through 12 in Los Angeles, Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties. The Foundation uses its endowment and funds raised through a variety of programs to distribute more than 9,000 tuition assistance awards annually. CEF’s Operations and Programs Department reviews nearly 17,000 applications per year from the families of prospective students. The Development Department generates over $8.5 million annually to fund tuition assistance and donor designated educational programs in Catholic schools. A staff of 12 full-time employees and additional temporary, seasonal employees carry out the mission of the Foundation. The Board of Trustees comprises twenty-five volunteers and donors who are committed to personal involvement in CEF’s mission.

Employees of the CEF work as a team to:

  • Raise funds from organizations and individuals through appeals, grant writing and special events

  • Administer programs providing tuition assistance to students who meet the requirements of the programs

  • Assess the needs of the schools and children supported by the Foundation

  • Track program results and achievement data.

No Open Positions



TO APPLY: Send cover letter and resume by email, fax, or mail. (See below)

Complete the following employment application: Download Employment Application PDF

Mail your original application to the address below.

Archdiocese of Los Angeles
Department of Human Resources
attn: Employment
3424 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90010

Email:employment@la-archdiocese.org
Fax: (213) 637-6116

The Catholic Education Foundation is a charitable trust of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles.

The Catholic Education Foundation is part of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, which offers an excellent benefits plan that includes Medical/Vision, Dental, 403(B) plan, Pension plan, as well as vacation time, sick time and holiday schedule.