Shmoop hires freelance writers and editors to create study guides, teacher guides and test prep. Jobs usually require a degree and may require a Master's degree or higher, depending on the project.
Shmoop expects humor in their guides, as well as in your cover letter to them. They claim their plans for world domination are mostly benign - it's up to you to decide if you trust that.
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