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We are looking for Guides to lead multi-age group of elementary, middle or high school students.

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$100,000 USD Per Year



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Emergent Academy’s Guide is a hands-on role to lead a multi-age group of elementary, middle or high school students. Guides work with students as they use adaptive technology to learn core skills, such as math, reading, writing and science. The Guide is pivotal to motivating, assisting and collaborating with students as they work through the revolutionary “Emergent Academy” academic and life-skill school model.

An Emergent Guide is not a traditional teaching role; rather, it is the opportunity to lead students in a truly Socratic setting using extraordinary technology.  If you are a passionate on teaching to impact your students through usage on new models and technologies - this role is for you.

As Emergent Guide, you will work with students each day to set academic and life skills goals. It is the Guide’s responsibility to monitor progress and motivate students through their daily, weekly and session goals.

Guides help students develop self-agency, so that each student will be able to seek answers to their questions. In an afternoon, a Guide might: listen to a student practice a TedTalk and give feedback or brainstorm with a student who is developing code.

Also, In this role you will be developing academic resources, running workshops related to the application of learning and you will have the opportunity to make an immediate impact at all levels of the position. You will work in partnership with other guides, parents and Emergent leadership.



Emergent Academy is redefining the way students go to school. Change starts with our three promises to parents:

  1. Emergent Academy Students learn two to three times faster than students in a traditional school

  2. Emergent Academy Students learn the life skills (public speaking, goal setting, leadership, grit, entrepreneurship and purpose) that are necessary to be successful

  3. Emergent Academy Students love school

The Internet is revolutionizing education and how we learn and gain knowledge. Traditional school models are being redesigned as students no longer require a commonplace classroom to obtain knowledge and demonstrate skill mastery.

Emergent Academy  prepares students to think deeply, to learn how to fail, and to problem solve.  We are excited to help prepare students for the ultra-competitive workplace that is evolving at lightning speed. We use adaptive technology to teach core skills faster and more efficiently, allowing us ample time to teach and develop life skills. Because we are more efficient, Emergent Academy students do not have homework.

Emergent Academy feels like a start-up, emulating the spaces where the most revolutionary ideas in learning and student progress evolve. This formula creates an environment where students love school so much, they’d rather come to school than go on vacation – literally.


Crossover is partnering with Emergent Academy to fill this position. Crossover specializes in finding and managing talent in today’s global workforce and will help you through the recruiting process.


Key Responsibilities:

  • Work with students each day to set academic and life skills goals

  • Monitor progress and motivate students through their goals

  • Develop students self-agency

  • Listen, provide feedback and brainstorm with students

  • Develop academic resources and run workshops

  • Partnering with other guides, parents and Emergent leadership


Key Requirements:

  • LOVE to work with children

  • Bachelor Degree or Higher

  • Ability to communicate effectively to different levels of students and with parents

  • Problem solving skills

  • Ability to be adaptable

  • A belief that the traditional education model is ready to be revamped


The Remote Life @ Crossover.

A key benefit of Crossover - and the cloud - is all our roles are location independent. Live and work anywhere: work from home, a coffee shop or at one of the many co-working spaces Crossover partners can access and collaborate.

Work from a home office or co-work at the many co-working spaces available to partners around the world

Work from a home office or co-work at the many co-working spaces available to partners around the world

We believe in equipping people to work where they can be the most productive and happy, with a commitment of 40 hours a week.

Crossover offers:







Step 1: Online Application

Start your application by creating an account and profile with Crossover, then uploading your resume and confirming your email address. From there, the Crossover platform will guide you through the remaining steps.


Step 2: Take the English and Fundamentals Test

We have a series of multiple-choice tests to check for the knowledge and skills needed for the role and an English exam where we ask candidates to upload a 2-3 minute audio submission. After this stage, you will receive an email invitation to the next step in the application process.

Step 3: Free Response Questions and CCAT Testing

In this step, we will ask you a series of free response questions that will simulate scenarios you are likely to encounter in the role. We find both the willingness to invest this time – coupled with the insights we derive from the answers – help us find the truly capable and passionate candidates. You may also be asked to make a presentation of your answers to demonstrate your communication skills. The free response section is an opportunity to preview the type of work you would be doing in the role and demonstrate your technical skills and abilities to hiring managers. The last free response question will invite you to complete CCAT testing. The CCAT measures cognitive aptitude or general intelligence, and tests an ability to solve problems, digest and apply information, learn new skills, and think critically.

Step 4: Join the Interview

The final step of the evaluation process is the marketplace interview. One of our hiring manager evaluators will speak with you on a video call to understand if you're the best fit for the position. In addition to technical and business questions about your current and previous roles and achievements, you may be asked about the answers you gave in your free response questions.

Step 5: Meet the Customer and Get Hired

If you successfully pass all stages of the evaluation process, you will have the opportunity to talk with hiring managers about the positions that are currently available. This is intended to be a two-way discussion where you can ask questions about the team, product, metrics, roadmap, etc. You can interview with as many hiring managers as desired and make the decision on which company or team best fits your interests and career goals.