The journey continues at Magoosh for our racial justice work. Here is what we’ve been working on since our last update in 2020.
Thinking about a career at Magoosh? Check out our list of the most common questions we get asked by candidates during our interview process!
Magoosh will update this post as more information becomes available. Latest update: August 25, 2021 As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) spreads across the globe, it has already impacted nearly all of our professional and personal plans. To slow the spread of this pandemic, it is vital that we follow CDC guidelines and best practices. These include […]
In this post, we’ll break down how the Magoosh interview process works, plus tips on how to prepare!
In this post, we share how and why we chose to dig deeper into DEIB at Magoosh, as well as the results of our work with Peoplism and our plan for the future.
A few years ago, we took a look in the mirror and realized that our team was not representative of our student base and that our products do not yet equitably serve all students. That’s why, in 2018, Magoosh set up our first employee diversity goals. Today, I want to share a little bit about […]
Here at Magoosh, we’ve been outraged and heartbroken along with the rest of the world these past few weeks. We’ve been processing this internally as a team, and wanted first to be thoughtful in our support of one another—especially our Black colleagues—before drafting a response beyond our initial statement. George Floyd. Breonna Taylor. Tony McDade. […]
Given that COVID-19 is on everyone’s minds right now, especially our extended Magoosh family —our prospective candidates, students, employees— we wanted to share how Magoosh has responded from an operations perspective during this crisis. We have been lucky enough to be in a financial position to weather this storm and support our communities as we […]
Although I now work in operations, finance and HR, I started my career as a public school teacher in Washington, DC. Towards the end of my five-year teaching career, I started to really dread going to work. Teaching is a hard and demanding job, and it was taking its toll on me emotionally. (Note: this […]
Small startup with no UX Researcher on staff? Here’s why user interviews are worth doing anyway – and tips on how to get started. Spend enough time in startup land and you’ll stumble upon one of the holy commandments of SaaS (software as a service) businesses: Thou Shalt Talk to Your Users Early and Often. […]