Instructure started in 2008 wanting to disrupt the Learning Management System market with Canvas. Canvas is the LMS tool that makes teaching and learning easier. It’s a powerful new way to, well, change the world (ok the world of education). And it seems like we did just that. Today we have 700 universities, colleges, and school districts--and we're still growing. Fast. Not...
Mission: We are committed to improving education. We provide instructors and students modern tools and resources to empower the learning experience. Instructure provides Canvas...
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CANVAS ISN’T JUST A PRODUCT.
It’s a breath of fresh air. It’s an educational revolution. It’s a powerful new way to—pardon our optimism—change the world. It’s a rapidly growing startup with an industry-pushing platform, 300+ talented employees and millions of passionate students and teachers. And, sure, there’s also a pretty incredible product in there too.
INSTRUCTURE QUICK FACTS-
- Founded in 2008
- Launched Canvas in 2011
- Launched Canvas K-12 and Canvas Network in 2012
- 400+ employees
- Used by over 800 colleges, universities and school districts
- 10+ million users
- Selected by Cisco Networking Academy to power “the world’s largest classroom”
- Investors include Bessemer Venture Partners, OpenView Venture Partners, and EPIC Venture
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Employees are “Very Satisfied” 27 ratings
80% of the CEO 25 ratings
Current Employee in Salt Lake City, UT
Pros: Great culture that has remained intact despite the extensive growth we've experienced. The company is open/transparent, both in terms of our product with clients and the company outlook with employees (financial details are shared with the entire… – Full Review
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Interview Details – The interview process for me was a bit long. I was an out of state candidate and was first provided a couple of phone interviews then an in person on site interview that lasted several hours. The on site interview style was a panel interview with seven other individuals. – Full Interview
The interview questions seemed to be fairly standard. The one interview question that took me by surprise the most in when they offered me the position on the spot and said "what is it going to take… – Answer Question