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Program Analyst

The Hollyhock Foundation
New York, United States
$100,000.00 - $115,000.00
Closing date
Mar 21, 2024
Program Analyst About The Hollyhock Foundation

The Hollyhock Foundation is a nonprofit foundation that seeks to create a more just world through its philanthropic investments in education, the environment, and journalism. Since 2003, the foundation has supported exceptional leaders in organizations that share this vision.

Education: We fund schools and organizations that seek to ensure every child in America receives a quality education, becomes a fluent and skilled reader, and explores a variety of extracurricular passions.  Educators are essential to this vision, and we are committed to supporting programs that deepen institutional expertise, foster subject-specific mastery, and connect teachers to communities of practice.

Environment:  The foundation is committed to investing in solutions that will stabilize the climate by reducing harmful emissions.

Journalism: We sponsor local and investigative reporting that holds institutions accountable and helps to sustain a healthy democracy.

The Opportunity

The program analyst will join a small team working across the foundation’s issue areas, focusing initially on early literacy as well as professional development for teachers. This position reports to the executive director and supports two senior program managers. The program analyst will conduct research to build the foundation’s knowledge base and provide analytical and administrative support across our grant due diligence process.


  • Conduct research as needed to build the foundation’s knowledge base
  • Perform due diligence on potential grantees
  • Support grantees by effectively processing, administering, and monitoring grants
  • Prepare reports, analyses, presentations, and other documents to support program managers
Candidate Profile

  • A bachelor’s degree and at least 3 years of experience in a relevant field. Experience in K-12 education preferred.
  • Strong interest in the foundation’s mission and focus areas
  • Strong quantitative and qualitative analytical skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • High intellectual curiosity; desire to explore new ideas
This position is based in the foundation’s New York City office.

Compensation and Benefits

The salary range is $100K-$115K, and there is an opportunity for a performance-based bonus. Compensation includes comprehensive benefits.


Please email a cover letter and one-page resume to

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