STEP 1:

    Email megan@reweave.org with your CV and a 2-3 minute video uploaded to youtube or vimeo of you exploring the following questions:

    1) why BWE?

    2a) why this role?

    2b) what from this hiring portal resonates with you?

    3) why are you exploring a transition from what you're investing time in now?


    If applying for a content creation role, please also submit a sample one page lesson plan that you create from an Empathy Challenge video of your choosing.



    STEP 2:

    If our team sees potential alignment, we'll invite you to submit an online application through the link in blue below and we can hop on a quick call beforehand, too!

    step 3: get to know the team

    If we see potential alignment, our team will reach out in 3-7 days for a chat.


    We'll hop on Skype, a phone call, and/or share conversation over chai -- whatever works best for our time zones and current locations.




    It might help to dive into these after you've heard from us:

    1. Our 1 Page Exec Summary

    2. Our Culture Code Deck

    step 4. engage in mini-missions

    Based on the role you're excited about, we'll determine the right short project.


    Examples: The Educator Success Lead project might involve crafting emails/approach for certain types of outreach & onboarding a group of teachers. The Empathy Academics Lead project might involve creating a few sample lesson plans or a math & empathy questions list to ask people we profile.




    At this stage, you will initiate a chat with a BWE advisor, a team member, and/or a landscape peer. We estimate 3-4 chats total in this phase, each between 45-90 minutes.

    Step 5: References & evaluation

    Finally, we'll chat with some of the people who know you and your work best --managers, students, colleagues, advisors, and/or friends/family. You'll connect us.


    Simultaneously, we'll ask you to self-evaluate. The link is below in blue!

    You also might love reading The Anatomy of Peace in the meantime.




    Soon after, we'll make a thoughtful and timely mutual decision on whether the timing is right to collaborate. This decision will be made over a cup of chai.