At EVERFI, we work with more than 3,500 organizations to provide critical skills to 30+ million learners of all ages through scalable digital learning platforms.
We provide the tools to address some of life’s most difficult topics: financial education, digital citizenship, STEM career readiness, diversity and inclusion, sexual harassment prevention, and social and emotional learning.
Critical Skills at Scale
EVERFI's scalable online solutions will power your organization’s ability to seamlessly reach your desired audience, teach important life skills, and measure the impact of your training.
Reimagine your workplace training program to more effectively prevent discrimination and harassment from occurring.
Create an ingrained culture of respect and inclusion in the workplace.
Establish expectations for employee behavior in the workplace.
Protect your organization from data breaches and security issues.
Learn how you can promote a healthy workplace culture within your organization.
In a recent EVERFI survey on consumer loyalty, nearly three-quarters of respondents indicated that engagement in the broader community is important to brand reputation.
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EVERFI powers community engagement initiatives across the globe through measurable, meaningful education programs that enable corporations and nonprofits to positively impact communities.
Commit to helping students make safe and healthy decisions about technology.
Empower Americans with the knowledge to make healthy decisions about prescription medications.
Support holistic youth mental health & wellness education.
Help learners to make safe, smart and informed financial decisions.
Responsible for unconscious bias training? Whether making hiring and promotion decisions, choosing members of a project team, or simply determining whether or not to validate someone’s input and ideas, unmitigated bias can unknowingly undermine your efforts to create healthy and inclusive workplaces.
Does diversity training work? Not in isolation. Even the most effective diversity and inclusion training experience will not create and sustain a culture of mutual acceptance, respect, and understanding if it exists as the only tactic that is disconnected from other strategic efforts.