Find the answers for the most frequently asked questions about being a host below
When you have some material you would like to suggest for a cohort, visit the app. Fill in the cohort focus (e.g. Amazon Web Clone Cohort), specific tutorial material and your background in coding.
Hosts don’t need to be expert programmers. But they need to be enthusiastic about completing the material and willing to lead with enthusiasm with their cohort.
Each BuildFaast cohort offers a unique learning opportunity. Members apply to cohorts to gain valuable on-hands knowledge in their chosen programming discipline.
Because each cohort caters to different audiences, luckily with our large community of diverse developers you're always able to find a good group of people to learn with.
BuildFaast’s most successful hosts follow a core set of guidelines:
To ensure a quality experience on the BuildFaast platform, hosts are incentivized to follow community guidelines and provide the best experience for users.
Each cohort member will receive two short surveys (one during and one after the cohort) to ensure the cohort is meeting everyone's expectations.
The survey will align with the values highlighted in the previous section on host guidelines.
For example, cohort members may be asked:
BuildFaast hosts are compensated in several ways.
Firstly, paid cohort hosts receive a share of the cohort revenue.
Hosts also have access to cohort statistics. Metrics such as user engagement, satisfaction and development can be used in portfolios, CVs and cover letters. Clear results and performance indicators are always helpful during the job hunt!
Ultimately, as a host, you position yourself as a core node in the BuildFaast community. This networking opportunity is useful for both progressing your career and connecting with like-minded people.