College Ambassadors

BECOME A HELPWITH AMBASSADOR

Want to work at a world-changing startup?

HelpWith.co is currently recruiting Ambassadors to help build our community on campus.

Who are we?

HelpWith is a peer-to-peer education platform that connects qualified tutors with students in their community. On a broader level, we’re a startup that’s ushering education into the sharing economy. Think Uber or AirBnB for specialized tutoring. We want to help people monetize their untapped talents and skills through a sleek platform that encourages community collaboration.

Who are you?

  • Current or recent college graduate
  • Interested in outreach, marketing, or community strategy
  • Social butterfly that likes to spread your wings all across campus
  • Active on social media
  • Able to commit 5–10 hours per week

What’s the job?

HelpWith currently has thousands of active users and we want more! Your job is to help us grow our user base through on-campus recruitment. Our platform allows peer-vetted students to monetize their skills and knowledge by making a profile and book 1-on-1 lessons with students in their area. Our site also gives students access to affordable tutors. We encourage our users to barter and trade for lessons! It’s a win-win. Think you can do it? The more people you recruit, the more you get paid. Speaking of which…

Benefits

  • $100 biweekly stipend
  • Performance incentives for recruiting members ($3+ per profile)
  • Set your own schedule
  • A foot in the door at a fast growing startup raising venture funds (we like to promote from within)
  • Stellar references from connected individuals in the startup scene
  • Great resume builder
  • A chance to put your classroom skills to the test with real people!

Thank you and remember — we are @YourHelpWith

Just let us know what you need HelpWith: www.helpwith.co/! HelpWith is a platform for discovering, teaching, and learning new skills face-to-face. Everyone has a talent, and SkillSesh allows them to make money while sharing their skills with others. We are building toward an economy of skills, where anyone can learn anything from the people in their community in the form of short, effective skill sessions.

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