You'd fit in well here if you've done something awesome in the past and want to do more of it in the future. One of our early employees is a Rhodes Scholar, while another is a published poet. Another was named a European Union Digital Champion and started the largest female programming group in Europe. We even have a pilot. One of our cofounders has worked for two successful startups, and another has published research in biophysics.
We work alone and we work together. That might sound weird, but it's the best way to put it. The best engineers, designers, and startup employees know how to get things done on their own and how to work in a team. At Codecademy, we move between projects often and work with everyone on the team. That's why it's so important that everyone can work alone and work together.
We take risks. Sometimes they pay off and sometimes they don't. But what matters is that we've built an environment where any crazy idea you have can be the one that makes the company. If you're smart and hardworking, risks pay off more often than not.
We're here to build something big. The world needs native education and we're going to build it. In a year and a half, we've reached a few million students, created thousands of new teachers, and changed the way the world thinks about code. We're excited by what we can do in ten years.
Most importantly, we care about what we're doing.