Are you a high school student excited to help pioneer the next generation of online education for advanced math?
We are searching for Teaching Interns to join our vibrant community and bring more people into the fascinating world of mathematics! You will get the opportunity to gain insight as an educator instead of a student.
Our latest invention is a new nationwide program that identifies high schoolers who excel at math, and helps them develop pro-streamer-level magnetic communication skills. In pairs, you will live-teach inspirational video lessons to middle school students who seek fascinating challenges that extend beyond the standard K–12 curriculum. We’ll enroll you in special improvisational comedy classes that we organize for our Teaching Interns, and you’ll make new friends from all over the country who have similar ambitions. We are determined to make the world a better place by democratizing education while offering the learning opportunity of a lifetime for ambitious high school students seeking a newfound challenge.
Inspire students to love challenging math
Co-star with a fellow Teaching Intern, live-streaming together to 40 students in 1-hour sessions
Improvisationally interact with co-star and with students, seamlessly inserting short video clips of Professor Loh teaching key points in each session’s supplied lesson plan
Create a fun, engaging, and supportive environment for students
Answer potentially wide ranging math questions raised by students
Maintain a proper workspace for a quality live-stream appearance
Ability to think on the spot, across the wide range of math topics that arise in middle school competitions
A love for math and teaching
Rich experience participating in and/or teaching for middle school math competitions such as MATHCOUNTS, AMC 8, etc.
Ability to work both independently and in a team under pressure (e.g., while live-streaming)
Creativity and intellectual curiosity
Passion for education and global impact
Age at least 14 (this is a paid internship)