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Why should you work at Skillshare?

Why should you work at Skillshare?

In 2011, a New York based startup that goes by the name Skillshare launched a massive, open online course approach, through interactive, video-based lessons. The concept is to give people a real-world education online and offline. You can find them thinking big and working hard out of their Soho, Manhattan headquarters. Their small team has bold vision and a laser-like focus. They have already grown to over 100K in paid enrollments in over 500 classes, even the teachers can make quite a bit of money themselves depending on popularity. The company has seen a recent injection of funds bringing Skillshare’s total capital to $10 million. Skillshare would like to hyper-expand in 2014 by going mobile and adding more courses (particularly in business, design and tech). Current openings at Skillshare. So what makes skillshare different from video-based education platforms like Lynda.com, CreativeLive, Khan Academy and Curious, is lessons that are both live and interactive, as well as courses that are project-based and allow students to learn at their own pace. Michael Karnjanaprakorn, CEO and Co-founder seeks to boost student engagement by making its platform, and the learning experience itself, more social. There is no barrier to entry for someone to submit…

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