Since 2007, we've been transforming the way millions of students learn by connecting them to the people and tools needed to succeed in college. Students on more than 7,000 campuses nationwide use Chegg for homework help, courses, textbook and eTextbook options, student deals, scholarships and more!
Chegg has been featured on the Dylan Ratigan Show, named by Fast Company as one of the Top Ten Innovative Companies in Education, listed as one of America's Hottest Brand's by Advertising Age, and selected as one ofThe 10 Silicon Valley Companies You Wish You Worked For by Wired Magazine. We are looking for bright, energetic, passionate and curious people to join us in helping students save time, save money, and get smarter.
Why work at Chegg?
Savings and retirement
Food, snacks and fun!
From planting a few trees (over 5 million and counting), to supporting student philanthropists that are leading the next generation of social entrepreneurs -- we are constantly looking for ways to do good in the world around us.
We are thankful to our employees, partners and student leaders that help us spread the good. Take a look at what we've been up to and see how you can get involved!
- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I worked at Chegg full-time for more than a yearPros
People are friendly, compensation is good, free lunches and it is possible to take long vacations. The office contains a pool table and a gym.Cons
Being typecast in a role is quite common (and a lot of employees there know it), so it is difficult to expand career wise.RecommendsNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Chegg.Interview Details
Recruiter reached out to me via LinkedIn first. The position looked interesting, so I decided to pursue the process. However, when I replied to the recruiter, it seems that he didn't even remember he reached out to me first. That was the first time that I had a bit weird feeling about this company. After the initial screen, I had an opportunity to speak with the design manager. He was really nice, and passionate about what he's been working on. We both had a great time, and he told me he wants to bring me in to the next round on-site interview on the phone. A week after, I visited the Santa Clara office. I did design presentation and met a couple on people 1:1. The atmosphere during the presentation wasn't that great. I felt a lot of pressure, and they asked me a bunch of questions before I explain the thing, which was distracting. Overall experience was okay, but during the interview I already had a feeling I'm not a great fit. Because what they are looking for and what I've experienced and been expecting for next role is completely different. I wrote thank you email and my impression frankly to the recruiter. At the end, he didn't even reply to my email. It was really disappointing. Overall, I don't think it's worth to spend my time on this opportunity.Interview Questions
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Chegg, the student hub, is transforming the way millions of students learn by connecting them to the people and tools needed to succeed throughout their high school and college career. The company offers an array of required and non-required scholastic materials including millions of textbooks in any format, access to online homework help and textbook solutions, course...
Mission: As a part of the company's philanthropic efforts, Chegg is dedicated to its Chegg for Good program, which empowers students to be catalysts for change while on campus...