Mission: Instructure makes software that makes people smarter.
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.
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I have been working at Instructure full-time
Great office and culture
Team members and leaders really care about people and want to help others
This is my first job and I could be wrong, but I imagine Instructure has to be one of the best companies in tech right now. It is a company that focuses on education and we actually use the software we create. I was a Canvas user in school and saw firsthand how great the potential of software is. Now we use Bridge in Instructure and it is so helpful. Especially for someone starting their career and not knowing how to work with others yet.
The culture is not a hierarchy either. I was in the elevator the other day and the new President of the company stepped in. He just started talking to me and introduced himself. I was impressed at how easy he was to talk to and how down to earth he was. It is a good example of how chill and awesome people are here.
Nothing yet. All is good
Advice to Management
Keep being down to earth and accessible. It means a lot to the "newbies"
I applied online. I interviewed at Instructure.
Phone Screen, then online 70 minute skill test, then skype call, then in person on site.
The interview portions went really well, and I was surprised to not be invited on site. I answered all of the interview questions well, but ran out of time on the skills test. I took it immediately, thinking that years of programming would make it easy, but I should have looked through the glassdoor reviews first since the questions dont seem to change, and they are posted in people's reviews.
Pay Equality Pledge
Committed to paying equitably for equal work & experience
Tech Hiring Commitment
Helping to train, hire and promote more technology workers
Career Advancement Program
Helping employees "upskill" into higher-paying positions
Social Responsibility Pledge
Formal programs or foundation to give back to communities
Has programs that support a diverse and inclusive workforce