Motivating Your Team: A Letter from a Course Hero Intern

Motivating Your Team: A Letter from a Course Hero Intern

Here at Course Hero, we’re always excited to receive updates on the great things our student interns are accomplishing—both on-campus and beyond. Therefore, we were delighted to receive the following message from Scott at Mizzou, detailing the ways he motivates his peers to do good in addition to doing well.  Hello! My name…

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Course Hero Hackathon Version 2.0

By on December 2, 2014 in Course Hero Team, Events, Technology with 0 Comments
Course Hero Hackathon Version 2.0

Right before Thanksgiving, Course Hero held its second-ever in-house Hackathon event! There was food and ping pong and Super Smash Bros. and lightsaber battles…oh, and some hacking as well. Now that we’ve had some time to catch up on all the sleep we missed, we wanted to give you a…

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Course Hero Intern Video: Building Your Team

By on December 1, 2014 in Uncategorized with 0 Comments

Mae Sullivan has been an outstanding intern from the very beginning. Her willingness to learn and apply all the workshops allowed her to utilize effective communication and leadership skills, resulting in her team to donate over 50 books to the Knowledge Drive. With such an infectious positive attitude, Mae is…

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Course Hero Intern Video: From Intern to Student Manager

By on December 1, 2014 in CH Internship, Knowledge Drive with 0 Comments

Chase Dimond is one of my best Student Managers and Nick Vega is one of his awesome interns. Chase successfully completed the Business Development program and is now passing on that wisdom to help one of his former group members lead their own Knowledge Drive team on their campus. Throughout…

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A Course Hero Intern Perspective: Nicole Troccoli

A Course Hero Intern Perspective: Nicole Troccoli

CH: Tell us about yourself. NT: I’m a senior at John Jay College, pursuing a double major in Criminal Justice and English. My majors have allowed me to better analyze all aspects of law, an area of study that has always interested me. I’m also a huge fan of learning—whether…

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Why We Conduct Interviews in Reverse

By on November 18, 2014 in Career, Course Hero Team, Jobs with 0 Comments
Why We Conduct Interviews in Reverse

First it was our upside-down style of management, and now it’s our interview process. I guess we do things backwards here at Course Hero.

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Umang Gupta: Why I Invested in Course Hero

Umang Gupta: Why I Invested in Course Hero

I just made an angel investment in Course Hero as part of its Series A venture capital round. I did so because I am confident that while doing good, they are also going to do well. I first learned of Course Hero about a year ago, shortly after I had…

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Course Hero Raises $15 million in Series A Funding; Investors include GSV Capital and IDG Capital

Course Hero Raises $15 million in Series A Funding; Investors include GSV Capital and IDG Capital

New financing will allow Course Hero to expand our reach of high-quality educational content, tools, and services to help students learn more effectively and succeed in their courses.

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Why I decided to start my career at Course Hero

By on November 7, 2014 in Career, Course Hero Team, Jobs with 0 Comments
Why I decided to start my career at Course Hero

Just six short months ago, I was finishing up my studies at the University of Waterloo and starting on the next big task of beginning a career. I wanted to work for a big company. I thought that would give me the most opportunities and the coolest projects to work…

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Becoming a Student Manager

By on October 29, 2014 in CH Internship with 0 Comments
Becoming a Student Manager

My name is Kristine Beatty and I am a Senior, Marketing and Management major at Robert Morris University also concentrating on a Nonprofit Management certificate. With a team of 25, I have been able to donate 147 books to students in Africa by contributing a total of 1,476 student made…

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