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compensation: $30/hour for time spent writing scripts, and $60/hour for time spent filming questions employment type: part-time
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So you scored a 170 or higher on the LSAT. Pretty great, right? But you haven't decided on a law school yet; in fact, you're not even sure about the whole law school thing anymore. Isn't there something you can do with that score?
Well, yeah... you can work for Blueprint.
We're the cool kids of the LSAT prep world (as cool as one can be, anyway) and we're looking for a few more cool kids to join the gang and help us update our LSAT video explanation library.
As you can see, you'll need to write a script that breaks down the question and examines why each answer is right or wrong, perform it on camera at our Los Angeles offices, and -- once it's been edited and animated -- review the finished product to make sure it's up to our standards in substance and humor.
We of course have very specific ideas about how you should approach each question and their respective sections, so you'll need to plan on attending our instructor training in May (also in our Los Angeles offices).
This is a part-time position, but while we have plenty of questions to do and you can work as much as you want, we're looking for someone with at least 15 hours per week to devote to writing and filming from May through August, and hopefully beyond. Pay is $30/hour for time spent writing scripts, and $60/hour for time spent filming questions in our offices.
Please send in your resume, LSAT score report, and a video sample of you breaking down the following Logical Reasoning question (don't worry about production value, we're not judging):
Proponents of the electric car maintain that when the technical problems associated with its battery design are solved, such cars will be widely used and, because they are emission-free, will result in an abatement of the environmental degradation caused by auto emissions. But unless we dam more rivers, the electricity to charge these batteries will come from nuclear or coal- red power plants. Each of these three power sources produces considerable environmental damage. Thus, the electric car _______.
Which one of the following most logically completes the argument?
(A) will have worse environmental consequences than its proponents may believe
(B) will probably remain less popular than other types of cars
(C) requires that purely technical problems be solved before it can succeed
(D) will increase the total level of emissions rather than reduce it
(E) will not produce a net reduction in environmental degradation
- 170 or higher LSAT
- LA local, obviously
- A sense of humor
- Comfortable screen presence
- Former Blueprint student (classroom or online course)
- Experience using a teleprompter
- Interesting/nontraditional background
- Did we mention a sense of humor?
We look forward to hearing from you!
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