About Correlation One:

Correlation One helps organizations develop the workforce data literacy and fluency to drive inhouse data transformations and make the most of their technology investments. Companies need data talent to power growth, but there are many blockers to talent development. These obstacles range from structural inequities that have held certain groups back to a dearth of affordable, high-quality, career readiness training.

To meet those needs, we deliver innovative custom training solutions designed to upskill or reskill workforces. Our award-winning stateside data training programs — including Data Science for All (DS4A) — have expanded to support governments in South America and the Middle East who are investing in data literacy today to fill job opportunities in tomorrow's data economy.

Our programs are offered 100% free to learners, thanks to partnerships with some of the world’s most distinguished brands (Amazon, Johnson & Johnson, and SoftBank), corporations that recognize the urgent need to access, develop, and train talent to power data-driven businesses responsibly, ethically, and at scale.

About this role:

The Partnerships Associate will have a direct impact on Correlation One’s mission by developing relationships with senior diversity, talent, and data leaders to create pathways for employment for DS4A graduates. This person will refine and develop systematic processes for prospecting, maintaining engagement, and developing relationships with key stakeholders in data-driven Enterprises. A successful Partnerships Associate will work closely with Correlation One’s sales and marketing leadership to ensure Correlation One is at the forefront of diverse data hiring now and in the future.

Key responsibilities:

  • Partner with C1’s Sales Director to build and manage high-quality prospect and opportunity pipelines.
  • Meet quarterly goals for opportunity generation and advancement
  • Maintain excellent records tracking activity and key account events in Salesforce
  • Practice strategy, messaging (written+verbal), and qualification skills in-line with top-line organizational goals
  • Work with C1’s Marketing Team to maintain engagement with key prospects and capitalize on engagement metrics
  • Develop a deeper understanding of the needs/wants/desires of leaders in Talent, Diversity, and Data 

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience prospecting and qualifying new business opportunities 
  • Exceptional written communication skills including copywriting for cold emails, engagement messages, and B2B-focused blog content
  • Strong verbal communication skills with a goal to improve on a daily basis
  • Comfortable with scheduling tools and managing shared calendars in a virtual-first sales environment


  • Competitive salary
  • Medical, dental, vision insurance coverage & OneMedical membership for employees and family members
  • Retirement plan (401K)
  • 15 days of Paid Time Off (PTO) per year (increases with tenure)
  • 10 company-paid US holidays
  • Official company-wide holiday for the last week of the calendar year (on top of regular PTO)
  • Access to free data skills training through our programs
  • Be part of a company culture that empowers individuals and embraces diversity through its core mission

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