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Skillshare is a NYC based company that is helping "make the exchange of knowledge easy, enriching, collaborative, and fun."

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The Internet is an amazing platform for learning, and we’re just touching the surface of its potential. However, there are still a ton of things that are much better learned offline. That’s why it should be no surprise that we’re seeing a number of companies pop up that create online marketplaces for classes in any topic you can imagine. One of the leaders in the space is Skillshare. They’re based in New York, NY, and they are helping “make the exchange of knowledge easy, enriching, collaborative, and fun.” You can pretty much learn anything from anyone, or you can teach people something and make some money on the side (a great way to pay the bills while you’re job searching and build your resume at the same time). It’s a simple idea, but Skillshare seems to have it right. By handling all of the logistics they allow their users to focus on what they’re best at–teaching and learning.

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If you really want to get to know Skillshare, you should probably take a class. Right now you can learn how to Launch a Startup for Less Than $5,000 (I could probably teach this one, but Skillshare’s CEO is actually the teacher), Live Rent Free in NYC, Play with LEGOs, and Make Chinese Dumplings. The opportunities are pretty endless, but right now a lot of the topics are actually super useful for job seekers. To get a better sense of what Skillshare does, you may want to take a look at this quick video:

Besides having a really cool product, Skillshare boasts a great company culture. And it really shows in their Job postings. They have some more typical startup positions like UX Designer and Developer, but what really caught my eye was the Founder Apprentice position. It’s 3-month position where you work “with Skillshare CEO, Michael Karnjanaprakorn, on everything from product to marketing to operations to business development,” and it has the chance to turn into something permanent. There’s also a 2-month part-time Community Management/Operations position that looks really interesting. If I were trying to get a job at Skillshare, I’d probably try to figure out what classes their employees are teaching and take them.

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