T. Rowe Price

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T. Rowe Price’s Colorado office is nestled at the base of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado Springs.

In 2006, T. Rowe Price invested $55 million to expand its campus and workforce in the region. With two buildings now totaling almost 300,000 feet of workspace, the Colorado Springs campus has capacity for nearly 1,400 associates.

T. Rowe Price executives rave that Colorado has been an excellent location for acquiring high-caliber talent and supporting the growth and success of the company as a whole. Factors such as the labor market and quality of life that were vital in the initial decision to locate in Colorado Springs in 1998 still hold true today. The high-quality talent pool has made it easier to find associates who are a strong fit with the culture and thrive in a service-oriented environment.

The culture of T. Rowe Price is founded on putting clients first, communication, and collaboration. Associates are encouraged to follow their passions, both in and outside of work through professional development, career growth opportunities, and giving back to the community. According to associates, with upper management providing a strong level of support and making themselves available, T. Rowe Price feels like a “big, small company.” It inspires a high level of integrity and innovation, and encourages passionate individuals to have an impact on clients, the community, and beyond.

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Giving Back

Volunteerism and Community Involvement

  • Colorado Springs associates volunteer thousands of hours each year at a number of nonprofit organizations such as a food bank, Junior Achievement, and Habitat for Humanity
  • Associates have partnered to clean up area greenways
  • The T. Rowe Price Foundation awards grants to local nonprofit organizations and also matches employees’ charitable gifts
  • Corporate gardens provide 300+ pounds of fresh fruits and vegetables annually to help fight hunger in Colorado
  • Associates facilitate local financial education programs for children to instill financial knowledge and preparedness through tools, games, and resources
  • The Colorado Campus has active diversity groups focusing on women, ethnicity, veterans, and LGBT+
  • Associates have the opportunity to engage in different talent development and learning programs
  • Associate engagement activities like intramural sports teams and social events offer a mix of fun in the work environment



Octavia Carifi-Ansley Talent Acquisition Recruiter (719) 278-5764 Email Octavia