Interested in having a full-time teaching position empowering the next generation of engineers, builders, and writers? Want to build community with other instructors, learn from Juni's leaders, and gain experience to build your career?
The Juni Fellowship combines virtual instruction with executing the operations behind the courses. Fellows work directly with students ages 8-18 by teaching weekly, online coding classes. All classes are taught remotely, using the curriculum and digital tools developed by Juni. In addition, Fellows hone their teaching skills through specialized training, and expand their ability to teach additional courses. Juni Fellows spend approximately 80% of their time teaching and inspiring the next generation of engineers, builders, and writers (30 hours per week).
In addition to teaching, Fellows help the organization recruit and develop the largest and most qualified pool of instructors in the US. Since Fellows are chosen for their ability to deliver excellent instruction, they are uniquely positioned to provide instructors with ongoing career development. Fellows report to the Instructor Team and spend approximately 20% of their time supporting and growing the instructor community (10 hours per week). Responsibilities are based on need, and may include instructor coaching, recruitment and outreach.
Each Juni Fellows cohort includes opportunities for large and small group learning and community. Small group Fellows Learning Cohorts meet weekly, giving Fellows the chance to learn and grow in their instruction. Fellows Learning Cohorts benefit from expert facilitation and peer feedback on best practices for teaching. Fellows will come together to learn from leaders across Juni in monthly Speaker Series about how founders and leaders navigated their professional journey to Juni.
This is a great role for recent college graduates or current college students taking a gap year from school who are looking to learn valuable operations at a fast-growing start up and continue making a meaningful impact on the next generation.
Juni is a massively distributed university for kids, starting with Computer Science, Math, and English. We bring the best instructors, curriculum and platform to students around the world who want to prepare for the future. Juni is backed by Y Combinator and other top investors, and the company was recently featured in Forbes, Fortune, and TechCrunch. Our team was founded by two Stanford alumni and ex-Googlers, and is headquartered in San Francisco.
20% Instructor Team Support & Leadership Development
We're looking for instructors that plan to be committed to teaching at Juni through August of 2021 (with the option to continue after that as long as you'd like!). Hourly compensation is $25/hour with the expectation of a 40-hour workweek.
*This list reflects potential responsibilities, assigned on an as-needed basis. Projects will vary seasonally, with Fellow interest and capacity, and with Fellow background/skillset
Co-founded by two Stanford and Google alumni, Juni Learning offers private coding courses for kids, taught online by live instructors handpicked from top computer science universities in the US. Juni offers a full computer science curriculum to students ages 5 - 18.
The company is backed by top leaders in technology, including former Kleiner Perkins investor Arielle Zuckerberg, YCombinator Co-founder Jessica Livingston, YCombinator Partner Adora Cheung, GSV AcceleraTE Managing Partner Deborah Quazzo, and others. The company graduated from YCombinator’s Winter 2018 batch, and was recently featured in [Forbes] and [Fortune], and is headquartered in San Francisco.
Co-founder & CEO
Vivian Shen holds a B.S in Computer Science from Stanford and a minor in Creative Writing. Previously, she was Director of Product at Operator, a software engineer at Google, and a consultant at McKinsey & Company’s Silicon Valley office. She is also a Bay Area native and graduated from Gunn High School in Palo Alto.
Co-founder & CTO
Ruby Lee holds an M.S. in Computer Science and a B.S. in Bioengineering from Stanford. Previously, she was an investor and Product Partner at Kleiner Perkins and an Associate Product Manager at Google, where she worked on the Chrome browser and later helped launch Project Fi, Google's wireless carrier service.