Mission: Instructure makes smart software that makes smarter people.
Cream colored ponies and crisp apple strudels. Doorbells and sleigh bells and schnitzel with noodles. Yeah, we all have favorite things. At Instructure, these are ours.
CANVAS ISN’T JUST A PRODUCT.
It’s an educational revolution. It’s a powerful new way to–pardon our optimism–change the world. And, yes, there’s an industry-pushing learning management system used (and loved) by millions of passionate students and teachers in there too.
BRIDGE IS THE REBUTTAL TO LOUSY, BORING CORPORATE TRAINING.
It’s the new key to employee engagement—simple, modern, and easy to implement, author, and use. It might even be a little fun (don’t tell HR). Let’s change the way we do corporate learning. Down with the yawn-inspiring, groan-inducing era. Up with the engaging, streamlined, simple era. The Bridge era.
INSTRUCTURE QUICK FACTS-
Along with working with a product that is actually doing some good in the world, we also offer sweet benefits:
Hear from some of our current employees on what their experience has been like at Instructure!
I have been working at Instructure full-time (More than a year)
Instructure has an amazing culture and truly cares about the employees work/life balance. We are so fortunate to get 100% full paid medical benefits, equity, ESPP, lots of free food and being surrounded by amazing people...Just to name a few.
No real cons that I have faced
Advice to Management
Keep doing what you're doing and continue to help employees learn and grow in their role to make them exceptional at what they do
I applied online. I interviewed at Instructure.
Virtual interview, through a Cisco software(a little buggy, what not use Hangouts?). Two people were interviewing me, a girl and a guy. They weren't from HR because Instructure only has one HR person and he was pretty busy, so they did the interview themselves - the interviewers are from the Customer Success department. You can tell that they didn't know what to look for or how to judge a good applicant (not saying that I was a good applicant). They didn't really care about my prior experiences, but were mainly looking for people that would fit in to their "cool" culture. Interview was just a little frustrating.