We are a movement to create accessible and affordable Ivy League-level design education
How to become our colleague: your checklist
Read through our Careers page
and watch the associated video on that page.
Watch this video:
Start writing an email which includes a few paragraphs on why you want
to put your heart, mind and hard work into this job.
Add to that a few more paragraphs explaining the 3 productivity tips/methods that
work best for you—and why.
Attach your résumé/CV, or include a link to your LinkedIn profile.
Send your email to Rikke Friis Dam at email@example.com
ensuring that your application reflects what we can expect from you in terms of perfectionism.
Please work through the above as soon as you can—we’re firm believers of “the sooner, the better” and we’re looking forward to working with you!
Our hiring process
Before getting the job
Evaluators: 2 senior members of the relevant team
All applications we receive are thoroughly evaluated. Evaluators will score
your application and “job fit” independently, so as to not influence each other.
After evaluations are cast, the hiring team holds a meeting to establish which
candidates will progress to the next step.
2. Cultural interview
Duration: 45mins | People present: Co-founder
You’ll have an online video interview with one of our co-founders, with a focus on
the cultural fit with our organization.
3. Written test
Duration: Within a week (in your spare time) | Evaluators: 2 senior members
of the relevant team
You will be provided with a role-specific written test that will need
to be completed and returned within a week.
4. Skill-oriented interview
Duration: 1 hour | People present: A co-founder and 1-2 senior members of the relevant team
Using the written test as a foundation, we’d like to hear you elaborate on your response.
After the interview, the interviewers write down their notes independently—again, in order
to not influence each other. These notes form the basis for the decision on whether you
proceed to the next step, which could involve a second interview.
5. Job offer
This is where we sign the agreement and drink champagne (or juice) over Skype. This is a
fantastic moment where we welcome you and tell you how excited we are that you will become
After getting the job
1. Onboarding phase – Introduction
Duration: 3 weeks
Our onboarding phase is 3 weeks of intensive learning, growing and settling into your
exciting new job. You will have an onboarding buddy—a colleague who will help you and
be there to answer your questions. You will be gradually be introduced to the rest
of the team, who you’ll find are supportive and willing to answer all of your
questions, no matter how big or small. We will provide you with the optimal foundation
to become successful in your new job—and into a position where you get to shine.
2. Onboarding phase – Growth
Duration: 3 months
After your 3-week onboarding phase, you’re ready for the next onboarding phase.
During this 3-month period, you’ll be settling further into your job, reading some literature
and doing exercises on what we believe to be the secret sauce of worklife. You’ll still have an
onboarding buddy to guide you, and everyone else will help and cheer you on.
3. First team trip
Duration: 1 week | Location: Somewhere inspiring on planet earth
A team that gets together, stays together. We get together a few times each year to celebrate
our achievements as well as to ideate and plan for the year ahead. At night we go out,
eat great food, have fun and bond. It’s intense, but also incredibly fun.
4. You grow, we grow
Endless opportunities for professional and personal growth.