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Mary McPherson
writes on June 26, 2015

Our teachers are amazing. They write their own course content and code challenges. They deliver their lessons on camera with personality. It’s not the easiest job to be found in tech. It requires someone who thrives in an environment of both collaboration and independence. A passion for teaching is an absolute must! Organizational skills must be matched by strong presentation skills. Naturally, our teachers need to be an expert in their field. Intrigued?

The hard work brings great rewards. In addition to the great benefits Treehouse offers (4-day work week, full medical, 18 days PTO), our teachers get to impact the lives of thousands of students daily. Check out our Success Stories to read more about how Treehouse has been involved in making people’s dreams a reality. You can also watch this video and learn more about what it’s like to be a teacher here and see if you might be a good fit.

We are currently looking for a Web Design/Front End Teacher and a PHP Teacher. If you are interested in joining our awesome team, read the job listings and follow the instructions to apply. Know of someone who might be interested? Please share!

7 Responses to “Want to Teach for Treehouse?”

  1. Bhavna on June 27, 2015 at 6:48 pm said:

    Does the person have to be located in Portland to apply for this job ?

  2. If the job weren’t in Portland / Orlando, I’d have already applied! Such an amazing opportunity. I’ll keep my eyes out for awesome folks that can relocate.

  3. Caleb Kleveter on June 26, 2015 at 7:54 am said:

    Got any job openings for a 14 year old?

    • Mary McPherson on June 29, 2015 at 8:49 am said:

      I wish I could answer with a “yes”! But this is a full time position 🙂

  4. I know you have classes on building technologies, but what about taking existing code and making it better for things like performance, accessibility, usability? That would be really interesting as there are a lot of tools and approaches out there and I feel like there aren’t too many videos showing things from the optimization side. I’ve seen a few debugging lessons, but nothing that focuses strictly on how you can take a site and make it even better for example.

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