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Instructional Content Contractor

Instructional Content Contractor

United States

Students Experience





Prenda is on a mission to empower learners. We help people run microschools, where small groups of kids meet, often in a home, and own their education. The model is helping light a fire for kids like Mo (https://youtu.be/g4nLjauGM3U), and we want to empower many more. Imagine a world where kids grow up as empowered learners – they choose to learn, develop their gifts, and apply their passion and grit to solve the world’s big problems!

The Role:

You will support the Instructional Designers who develop Prenda’s learning experience programs. This means finding and creating content for predefined topics across subject areas.

Our company is obsessed with the mission of empowering learners, we live our core valuesand we embrace servant leadership.


  • Find creative commons images and collect links and attributions.
  • Find resource links from our paid and free subscriptions.
  • Trim videos in Vimeo.
  • Make videos for specific topics, given a script.
  • Write short pieces of text (for example, topic subtitle and overview) based on a template.

Prenda is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to diversity in its workforce. We post our open positions on multiple job boards, in an effort to attract candidates who represent different backgrounds, experiences, identities, and perspectives and yet are often underrepresented in certain industries.

We believe this well rounded approach positions Prenda to make employment-related decisions based exclusively on job-related qualifications, without disregarding applicants because of their race, color, national origin, religion, gender, age, marital status, disability, veteran status, citizenship status, sexual orientation, gender identity, pregnancy, genetic information, mental health or any other status protected by law.