This is Ben, Penji’s CEO. We’re thrilled to be expanding, but that means a lot more work. We can use all the help we can get, both at campus level and at Penji HQ. We love to work with current students in every role possible. Please don’t hesitate to apply below or reach out to me directly at to inquire.

Open Positions

Campus Executive

Expanding to new schools requires a multi-faceted student team performing marketing and campus management. Public speaking, communication, and organization are the top skills required here. This is a paid role that also carries significant cash bonuses for campus growth.

Python Development Intern

Python is insanely flexible, and we’re finding all sorts of places to shave time of our operations through automating processees. We’re looking for an intern who’s hungry to learn and contribute their skills to the effective operation of a business.

Operations Intern

Penji is looking for an intern to help with core operations of the company, including onboarding new campus team members, tieing together elements of our marketing funnel, assisting the CEO with scheduling and emails, and other tasks as needed.

Other Internships

These internships represent exceptional learning opportunities and the chance to grow with Penji. If you’re looking for your first real exposure to the topics below, these are for you. They’ll begin as unpaid, but have potential to transition to paid.

Business Development

We’re scaling to our third school in January and 10 more schools in Fall. Exciting times, but it’s a lot of work. Each school requires setup, including transcribing class lists, setting up school pages, and researching advisers and on-campus groups. We have a “playbook” that you will execute for each new school we launch at.

  • 5 hrs / week

  • Learn how to scale a startup (at least, our kind of startup)

  • Weekly training in analysis, email copywriting, financial modelling, and business strategy

Detail oriented, ambitious, entrepreneurial-minded.

APPLY: email with your resume and an introduction.

Growth Hacking

This is the modern-day startup equivalent of “marketing”. Old-school marketing means dropping a bunch of money on a billboard and hoping you get users. New-school marketing is growth-hacking: designing cheap experiments (tests) to determine if a new marketing tactic is effective or not. We have a backlog of interesting ideas, some digital, some in-person, that may work, but I need help executive and documenting the tests.

  • 5 hrs / week

  • Training in designing and executing experiments, and data analysis

  • Observe implementation of your work in the overall business

Organization, willingness to try and fail, adaptability to duties that vary each week.

APPLY: email with your resume and an introduction.

Digital Marketing

Each week, we send out email communications to our list of users and interested students. While some of this content will still come from me (user newsletters), I’d like to send you bullet points and have you execute on our digital communication, including copywriting and documentation of data around each email.

While email is our primary, we can repurpose the same content for social media. We suck at social right now, so if that intrigues you, all the better.

- 4 hrs / week
- Work with email lists with thousands of recipients
- Develop copywriting and data analysis skills

Organization, writing skills, attention to detail