ClassDojo is a feedback platform used by over 50 million teachers, students & parents in more than 180 countries to help students develop the character skills and behaviors they need for success in life - things like persistence, resilience and curiosity.
It is an important mission, and ClassDojo is one of the world's fastest-growing education technology startups - the product is currently used in 1 in 3 schools in the US, and scaling globally. We're backed by some great investors, and our team has deep engineering and design expertise from places like Y-Combinator, Dropbox, Google, Airbnb, Salesforce, McKinsey, Cambridge and Stanford.
Imagine a world where education isn't just about your test scores, but about actually helping you develop all the traits you need for success in life - things like persistence, resilience, curiosity and creativity. Our vision is to create that world. The way we're doing it today is by connecting teachers, parents and students through ClassDojo, a feedback platform that helps them give and receive feedback on how students are developing the skills they need for success. Teachers in millions of classrooms around the world use ClassDojo to encourage these skills, and communicate with parents to help them be involved with their kids' development at home, too.
ClassDojo is one of the world's fastest-growing education companies. Since launch, ClassDojo's user base has grown 7 orders of magnitude, at a compounding growth rate of c. 9% week-over-week - every week, for 3 years. We're scaling fast from our current tens of millions of users, to hundreds of millions, in 180 countries - which makes it an exciting time to be here.
We're a focused, high-performing team, doing good things for education. We really like people who are owners, have deep empathy, disagree constructively to get to better decisions, and hold themselves (and others) to exceptionally high standards. Our team has deep engineering and design expertise from places like Y-Combinator, Dropbox, Google, Amazon, Airbnb, Salesforce, McKinsey, Knewton, Cambridge and Stanford.