From the ongoing progression of land formations to the rise and fall of whole civilizations, looking at the Earth through a lens of geologic time reveals a multitude of changes. Crash Course Geography would like to find someone who can inspire people to explore those spaces and think critically about the past, present, and future of human life on Earth.
At Complexly, we make videos that help our audiences develop a nuanced and complex view of the world around us. Crash Course, one of our most renowned channels, invites students, teachers, and lifelong learners to understand subjects they might have had trouble with or are curious to comprehend more.
As our freelance consultant, you'll work with our writer and editor to build a syllabus for the course over 42-48 episodes. From development through video upload, you'll look over every detail and make sure it's all accurate, including providing illustrations and/or giving feedback on animation storyboards. You should have experience teaching physical and/or human geography and know what topics most classes are required to discuss, including subtopics like meteorology, geomorphology, hydrology, and health geography.
If this sounds like you, apply for this position by August 30th!
More details on the position: Job Title: Geography Consultant Status: Freelance Reports to: Editor Term: Approximately 1.5 years Location: Remote, ideally US based
If you want to learn more about the work we do at Crash Course and Complexly, check out our website: https://complexly.com/
Telecommuting is allowed.
The world is not simple, and that can seem like a burden sometimes. But the more we understand, the better we get at being humans. We make content, from WNYC podcasts to YouTube channels like Crash Course and SciShow, to help our audience learn, reflect, understand, and imagine the world and people in it complexly.
From literature to biochemistry, our shows cover a breadth of topics designed to get you thinking.