At Khan Academy, we’re building a comprehensive set of LSAT Prep resources (videos, text-based explanations, and quizzes) in a partnership with the Law School Admission Council (creators of the LSAT), and we’re looking for a someone to join our content creation team.
If you have a knack for teaching, and an unusual aptitude for explaining how to tackle LSAT questions, we are looking for you! Join us on our mission to provide free, world-class LSAT prep for anyone, anywhere.
This is a paid contract position for 2 months, with the opportunity to extend based on performance and Khan Academy’s needs.
Write summaries, hints and explanations for LSAT passages and questions, including Logical Reasoning, Analytical Reasoning (some drawings may be required), and Reading Comprehension.
Review the work of teammates on the Test Prep Content Team.
Enter LSAT content into our system.
Familiarity and proficiency with the skills and content tested by the LSAT
Strong intuition for how students learn and insight into common misconceptions
Computer skills (e.g., familiarity with Google docs) and a willingness to learn how to use new tools
Excellent writing and time-management skills
At least 10 hours per week to commit to this project (can happen over the summer months)
A passion for education and a desire to change the world
How To Apply
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