YouTube Educational Video Creator - Math, History, Social Studies, Science, or ELA (Contract)

Remote - Contracted

Are you a teacher with knowledge to share? Do you want to help aspiring teachers who are studying for their certification exams? Join's YouTube team and create fun, engaging videos on topics you choose! 

We are looking for an experienced teacher with an engaging on-screen presence to create bite-size videos about common teacher certification exams. You will be provided with a video outline or script and create videos that provide tips and strategies to help future teachers pass their exams.

We are particularly looking for teachers qualified in math, history / social studies, science, and ELA.

This is an on-screen creator role. This is a remote, contract role with opportunities to create many videos over the next 6 months.

Candidates must have teaching experience and submit a sample video in order to be considered for this project. Candidates who do not submit a sample video will not be considered.

As an Educational Video Creator, you’ll be:
  • Choosing the topic of your video from a large list of options
  • Creating engaging, step-by-step videos teaching students how to understand & solve sample test problems (digital whiteboard style)
  • Creating scripted videos that are natural and relatable
  • Showcasing your experience as a qualified teacher by sharing the tips that worked for you
As an Educational Video Creator, you’ll receive the following:
  • Reliable payment: Timely, reliable payments twice a month via Paypal. All work is paid per piece. Per piece rates vary based on complexity and length of content.
  • Flexibility: Work according to your own schedule with no waiting, no assignments, and productivity/hourly requirements 
  • Support: Access to an incredibly supportive in-house team to answer your questions 
  • Work satisfaction: The knowledge that you're helping millions of students achieve their academic goals!
What we’re looking for:
  • Experience teaching – we are looking for ELA, Math, Science, and History teachers
  • A teaching license and experience passing teacher certification exams
  • Fluent English writing and reading skills
  • Engaging on-screen presence
  • Equipment for creating instructional videos for virtual learning:
    • An external microphone or headphones with a microphone
    • High quality webcam or smartphone
    • A stylus or tablet for writing on-screen
Do you think you can be an Educational Video Creator for Click “Apply Now” at the bottom to fill out an application and submit your resume!
At, our goal is to make education accessible by providing fun, engaging video lessons and other learning resources for students, teachers, and parents. Today, over 30 million students use every month to achieve their educational and academic goals and we’re the industry leader in helping teachers pass their licensure exams.

Apply: YouTube Educational Video Creator - Math, History, Social Studies, Science, or ELA (Contract)
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What teaching certification exams have you passed?*
Make a short video where you introduce yourself and explain how to solve a simple problem. Your explanation should be aimed at fellow teachers, adults preparing for an exam. Paste the link to your video here. We will only consider applicants who submit a sample video and will use this video to get a better sense of your audio and visual setup and your teaching style.
You can either leave a link to your video in this application form or you can attach a file below.
-No longer than 1 minute
-You must be on screen for part of the video
-Your digital whiteboard must be on screen for part of the video
-Handwriting must be clear and legible
-Writing should be done in a digital program like OneNote or Whiteboard (not written on paper or on an actual whiteboard)

-Use the BEST AUDIO POSSIBLE, (we recommend a microphones that is external or part of your headphones, NOT a laptop microphone)
-Use a tablet or stylus - DO NOT use a mouse to write. Your application will be rejected.

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Attach your sample video file here, if you did not include a link for the prior question.
Describe your experience creating educational videos. Paste in links to sample videos that you have previously created.*
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