Lafayette-based school software firm SchoolMint hosts job fair


SchoolMint, a company specializing in software for school systems, is hosting a virtual job fair Thursday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The company is hiring up to 30 people to meet its end-of-year hiring goals.

In July, SchoolMint announced it would be relocating its headquarters to Lafayette, moving from San Francisco and consolidating its offices in Miami and New York into the Lafayette headquarters.

“SchoolMint is a mission-driven technology company helping K-12 schools and districts create bright, sustainable futures,” SchoolMint CEO Bryan MacDonald said. “We serve over 10 million students, parents, and educators around the country. Come join our growing team in warm and welcoming Lafayette and build your own bright, sustainable future with us.”

The virtual job fair will be held on in partnership with Louisiana Economic Development’s FastStart program. Job seekers connect to the job fair via They will meet one-on-one with SchoolMint representatives on the platform.

SchoolMint is hiring for positions in customer success, engineering, implementation and professional services, and marketing and sales.

“Innovation is the greatest tool we have in the face of new and old challenges, and SchoolMint embodies the spirit of innovation,” said LED FastStart Executive Director Paul Helton. “LED FastStart is proud to join with our economic development partners in Acadiana to connect talented job seekers with the exciting career opportunities at SchoolMint.”

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