Course Hero is looking for paid Campus Representatives! We are firm believers in the power of learning communities where students grow by sharing, collaborating, and supporting each other. As a Campus Representative at California State University, Sacramento, you will host events on your campus to promote Course Hero’s Sweepstakes and Books for Africa initiatives. You will also create awareness of the Course Hero platform and how it can help students graduate confident and prepared.

Responsibilities:

  • Host virtual events (student organization partnerships & networking events) to educate students about Course Hero incentives and products
  • Encourage students to apply for a chance to win the Course Hero Sweepstakes
  • Support social good initiatives like Books for Africa
  • Grow a community that loves and engages with Course Hero on your campus

Qualifications:

  • Interested in sales, marketing, and event planning
  • Involved in campus organizations and communities
  • Effective communicator who enjoys networking with others
  • Reliable and willing to learn and grow
  • Excited about the Course Hero Platform

What We Offer You: 

  • Opportunity: With over 25 million users frequenting our site, you have the chance to be directly involved with one of the fastest growing startups in the world of education technology. 
  • Professional Development: You’ll gain practical work experience and have access to professional development resources and career advice from members of our team. We provide opportunities to develop and refine your marketing, sales, networking, communication, management, and leadership skills.
  • Career Advancement: After completing our program, you’ll be well-equipped with the skills and business knowledge needed to succeed in your future career. We offer personalized career advancement resources to stellar representatives including, but not limited to, letters of recommendation and references for future jobs or applications.
  • Individualized Mentorship: You'll have bi-weekly check-in meetings with an assigned Community Manager, who is committed to maximizing your success in our program. Our managers will coach you through creating marketing incentives, perfecting your pitch, and establishing weekly goals that you'll develop and take ownership of from the start.
  • Philanthropy: You will make an impact on the global landscape of education! A key component of our program includes our Books for Africa initiative. To date, we’ve donated 250,000+ books and counting to schools in the Gambia. You will also get the opportunity to give back locally as well when you partner with organizations on your campus on causes they believe in.

Equal ​Employment Opportunity Statement ​(EEO)

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity and ​inclusion within our company.  ​We will consider all qualified applicants without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, gender ​identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, marital status, ​veteran status, or ​ability status. We will ensure that individuals who are differently abled are provided reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform essential job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment as provided to other applicants or employees. Please contact us to request accommodation.

 

About Us:

Course Hero is on a mission to help students graduate confident and prepared. The online learning platform offers over 60 million course-specific study resources created by and for students and educators, as well as 24/7 tutor help. More than 65,000 verified college educators use Course Hero to collaborate with other faculty and share resources to hone new strategies for instruction. Everyday, students, educators and tutors help more than 20 million students make every study hour count.
 

We have an awesome team and a truly engaging culture. We are customer-focused, collaborative, responsible, gritty, and we love to learn. Our bold mission is to help students graduate confident and prepared!

 

We are not the only ones that think we’re onto something big. Course Hero has been recognized as one of the 2021 Top 100 Best Places to Work in the Bay AreaTop 50 Best Paying Companies in the Bay AreaTop 100 Most Transparent Companies, and in the Top 50 Most Transformational Companies in Education Technology. Read up on some of our recent news coverage, blog, and learn more about us to see what it is like to work with our team. 

 

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