Job Opportunities & Careers

MMA is among the top college preparatory military boarding schools in the United States.

Our mission guides all action — to help cadets achieve their full potential and take command of their lives and future. Since 1889, we have empowered young men as future college graduates, citizens of character and leaders in their communities. Upholding the Academy's established standards is the backbone of our success, and we believe in leading by example.

We are actively seeking driven, dedicated individuals to join our team to help us fulfill our mission and build our legacy. With interest, please explore our open positions below. Keep scrolling to learn more about the comprehensive compensation and benefits we offer, and hear from our current employees about MMA's work culture, environment and impact. 

Join the MMA family!
Open employment opportunities at Missouri Military Academy are as follows. 
With interest, please click here to fill out the online job application and/or send your resume to Director for Human Resources Melissa Miller at You may also drop it off at Stribling Hall at Missouri Military Academy's campus at 204 N Grand St, Mexico, MO 65265. 

Q&A's with Current MMA Employees

Q&A with Cheryl Emminger, Instructor

"MMA has a very prestigious, very beautiful campus, and maintains very high standards. I didn't think I had a shot at getting hired here, but I did. I put forth my best foot, and they hired me; I was thrilled. The teachers and every single adult here want good things for (the cadets)." — Cheryl Emminger, Instructor

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About MMA
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Family Perspective of MMA 

Being valued by the institution you work for is important. Being valued by the families you serve is worthwhile. Read a few stories about the impact of an MMA education, including comments from our current families. See more MMA stories here.

"Kids need to be part of something. Something important. Something that helps them achieve." —Jaymie Mitchell, grandmother of Cadet River Punab-Mitchell 

“He’s happy, he loves me more, he cares, he’s confident, he’s less impulsive. He knows what he’s got to do – he sets a goal and achieves it.” – Uyen Nguyen, MMA mother of Cadet Preston Vo