Scientific Learning

  www.scilearn.com
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    tough times - ed funding

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    Product Management Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Emeryville, CA
    Anonymous Employee in Emeryville, CA
    Application Details

    I applied online. The process took 4+ weeksinterviewed at Scientific Learning in December 2009.

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    I contacted them via email. Several weeks later, heard back from HR who did a phone screen. Another few weeks later, the hiring manager called to do a second phone screen. They arranged a day of onsite, in-person interviews (with a half dozen people across the company). The people were very pleasant, quite reasonable. the culture and atmosphere a blend of software people, yet also somewhat "academic", probably due to the nature of the founders (Phd's and neuroscientists).

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Website www.scilearn.com
Headquarters Oakland, CA
Size 50 to 149 Employees
Founded 1995
Type Company - Public
Industry Information Technology
Revenue $10 to $25 million (USD) per year

Scientific Learning uses computers to help teach language, reading, and reading comprehension skills in public and private schools in the US and about 45 countries. Its flagship Fast ForWord software offers products to build language skills (elementary students), literacy skills (for students in middle and high school), and reading skills (all levels). The software is used in computer labs and the classroom, in before and after school programs, and during summer school. About 90% of sales come from some 117,000 US schools; international sales are mostly to tutoring and... More

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