We’d like you to help us teach people about YNAB! We are looking for an additional teacher to help teach our live online classes.
You’re qualified if:
You love teaching and helping people learn. You enjoy breaking down complicated problems so people who are struggling can easily understand them.
Not only do you love teaching, but you have a background in education, and preferably you’re a trained or certified teacher. It’s a bonus if you’ve had experience teaching online, but not a deal breaker if you haven’t.
You use YNAB. You love YNAB. You’re a YNAB success story. If YNAB sold t-shirts, you’d have one.
You enjoy collaborating with other educators. You give constructive feedback and gladly receive it to improve your own skills.
You know your way around a computer. Since you’ll be teaching online, you’ll need to understand how to navigate and access information from different programs behind the scenes.
You can multi-task (mentally, and with the computer). You don’t mind being put on the spot. Teaching a live online class requires running a web conference, teaching, keeping an eye on attentiveness, the clock, questions rolling in, etc.—all at the same time. You’ll need to be quick on your feet and have fun doing it!
You can work from home (or anywhere), with a fast, broadband connection.
You’re available to teach some evenings and some weekends. That’s when our customers are most available to attend classes.
You can show empathy.
You’re friendly, courteous, kind, cheerful, creative, flexible and passionate (did we mention being passionate about teaching and about YNAB?).
How to Apply
Please include a cover letter that explains:
Why do you want to help teach people about YNAB?
Tell us about your experience as a teacher.
Tell us about a great teacher you’ve had and what made him or her so great.
Also, we’d like to see you teach! Please create three screencast videos demonstrating how you would use YNAB 3 to answer each of these questions.
Why doesn’t my available to budget number match my checking account balance?
How do I handle savings in YNAB? I’m afraid I’ll spend that money on groceries so I don’t really want it in my budget. What should I do?
Can I fill out the budget even though my checks haven’t arrived yet? I’d rather budget for the whole month at once.
Remember, budgeting is not restrictive. You won’t be spending less, you’ll be spending right. You can do this! Today. Right now. What do you have to lose? Except all that debt and stress. (Ok, so kind of a lot.)