By Ken Molestina

FORT WORTH (CBSDFW) — San Francisco-based Outschool is a company focused on providing a video conferencing platform for students mainly ages 3-18 to learn new skills or lessons.

They say right now they have about 1,500 teachers, but they would like to bring that number up to 5,000.

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Bianca Bianchi, the product marketing lead for the company said, “Outschool is an opportunity for anyone with teaching experience or a skill set to teach kids online over video chat form.”

But while teaching experience is preferred, it is not required.

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Bianchi says lessons in second or third languages, dance, cooking, arts and basic school subjects are in high demand.

She added that the teachers can make a very competitive hourly wage.

“An average is about $40 an hour taught, and with the recent increase in demand and more students coming online, we are seeing that average increase,” Bianchi said.

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