Diversity and inclusion are core values at the USOC because they make us better as an organization, ensuring that we’re capable of solving our complex business needs and equipped to provide the kind of support America’s athletes need. The more we include diverse perspectives and experiences in our work and thinking, the more likely we’ll be able to thrive in an incredibly competitive world.


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    To support U.S. Olympic and Paralympic athletes in achieving sustained competitive excellence while demonstrating the values of the Olympic Movement, thereby inspiring all Americans.


    The culture at the USOC is one of commitment and creativity with a competitive edge. Team members across the country work towards a common mission and are inspired by the stories of our American athletes.


    Comprehensive and competitive benefits are available to full-time regular employees. Here is an example of the benefit package: Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance Coverage Flexible Spending Account Short Term & Long Term Disability Participation in a 403 (b) Paid Holiday, Personal, Vacation & Sick Leave Direct Deposit Free Parking OTC Facility Access


    Diversity extends beyond race, ethnicity, sexual orientation and gender, and includes less measurable qualities such as perspective and experience. In order to be sustainable, diversity and inclusion should focus beyond demographic initiatives and connect with identified business objectives for the USOC and NGBs. By incorporating greater diversity and inclusion within the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Movements, the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Family may increase its impact within the international sports arena and position itself for success within the changing U.S. landscape. Outreach to new communities will lead to long-term positive impact on elite athlete and membership pipelines, revenue and leadership talent.


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