Here’s a unique, super interesting job posting … an investor in the San Francisco Bay Area wants to hire a teacher to teach a small group of students in his backyard.
Jason Calacanis is the man behind the ad … he says he’s looking for the best 4th to 6th-grade teacher in the Bay Area who wants a 1-year contract … teaching 2 to 7 students in an outdoor setting.
Jason, who’s invested in startups like Uber and Robinhood, is offering the teacher a higher-paying salary and says anyone who refers the teacher he hires will get a $2,000 UberEats gift card.
The father of one is offering up his backyard micro-school to other Bay Area students in the 4th or 5th grade … and he says half the spots will be given free to kids in need.
San Francisco students will be “distance learning” this school year due to the pandemic, a fancy way of saying online schooling, but Jason seems to think a micro-school could be the next big thing … and there’s a way of doing good for people in need in the process.