Make School is hiring for a variety of instructor roles to join our diverse instructional team for the summer 2020 kickoff of the new academic year! Possible technical instructor tracks include:
As a member of the college team, you'll be working with a cross-functional team of instructors, teaching assistants, and student success staff who teach at and operate our college. You’ll be responsible for teaching courses, iterating on curriculum, coaching students, and influencing the pedagogy of how we operate our college.
Joining Make School will give you a unique opportunity to build the future of higher education. You’ll work closely with our instructional team along with students and industry partners to design an educational blueprint that we’ll use to grow our college from 100 to 500 students. You’ll have the opportunity to grow with the company by improving your industry knowledge, problem-solving, empathy, teaching and communication skills.
You’ll be apart of a team of people who are deeply passionate about our mission to make high quality higher education accessible to students of all socioeconomic backgrounds. This will be a chapter of your life you’ll always remember. We hope you join us!
NO teaching experience required. We will train you! If you would be interested in attending a teaching workshop or information session to learn more about what it's like being an Instructor at Make School, please fill out an application and we will be in touch soon! Thanks for your interest, we look forward to meeting you!
About Make School
Make School is building a new university in San Francisco. Our education combines liberal arts, computer science, software development, and character development with a strong emphasis on fully preparing students for successful careers as software engineers, product managers, or entrepreneurs. Our alumni work at Facebook, Google, Apple, Snap, LinkedIn, Lyft and more.
Our institution is accessible to students of all backgrounds, 40% are underrepresented minority students and 50% come from low income families. Students pay tuition as a percentage of earnings once they are employed, directly aligning their incentives with ours. Make School is funded by Learn Capital, Y Combinator, Mitch Kapor, Alexis Ohanian, Tim Draper and others.
We recently earned WASC accreditation for our Bachelor's degree in Applied Computer Science (in partnership with Dominican University of California). We offer one of the shortest bachelor's program in the country (2-2.5 years) and the first powered by Income Share Agreements (students don't pay until they are employed).
A few employee perks:
We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.