Freelance Consultant: Crash Course African American History
From the slave trade, to civil rights, to the Black Lives Matter movement and all the moments in between, African American history should be shared with thoughtfulness and nuance. It's an important part of American history that everyone needs to understand.
Complexly is looking for a freelancer to create the syllabus and consult on scripts for its upcoming Crash Course series on African American History. At Complexly, we create educational YouTube channels that help anyone who wants to learn and comprehend the world around them. Crash Course, one of our flagship channels, serves students, teachers, and life-long learners by breaking down subjects usually in 42-48 episode series.
As our freelance consultant, you'll work with our writer and editor to build the syllabus on our African American History series. From development through video upload, you'll look over every detail and make sure it's all accurate, including providing reference images and/or giving feedback on animation storyboards. You should have experience teaching African American History at the college level and know what ideas, events, and people the series needs to highlight.
If you feel up to the task, apply for this position by March 2nd!
More details on the position:
Job Title: African American History Consultant
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:
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