Inspirit AI is Hiring Remote Roles for Spring and Summer, 2021

Inspirit AI is an education startup led by a team from Stanford and MIT that aims to bring AI education to curious high school students globally. Inspirit AI has taught more than 1500 students worldwide through the live online program and is excited to reach even more this summer! Inspirit AI is hiring for a few remote roles:

1.  Part time Growth Interns (Spring positions, starting immediately): The person will be responsible for developing and managing relationships with schools and other organizations, working on marketing strategy, and other potential outreach areas. Full information can be found here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1IOcmds2rdP_H7j1sJofbZFqs1EWC7wjurpJZWERtfFI/edit

2. Part time or full time paid AI Education Instructors (Summer positions): The person will teach AI to high-school students worldwide. Full information can be found here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1lrY7JmBc99raMJEmF08muVNieqHYeuzBjnq2V9gbPHI/edit

3. Paid Program Management Interns (Summer positions): The person will be responsible for making the summer programs happen! These roles are great fits for undergrads, grad students, or recent alumni with ML/AI and teaching experience or PM experience. Full information can be found here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1xcA0F4OBfz5mq7sfE88BA0ONivNd3jwh_mCpsTx6EoQ/edit

Please contact adeesh@stanford.edu <mailto:adeesh@stanford.edu> if you have any questions.

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By Yuanyuan Zhang
Yuanyuan Zhang Manager of Research, Data & Analytics Yuanyuan Zhang