EverFi, Inc., the leading critical skills education company today announced that it has been named one of the Washington Post’s Top Workplaces for 2015. The annual recognition ranks the best companies to work for in the Washington, D.C. region and is entirely driven by employee input.

“Everyday, we’re working to help learners build the critical skills that can change the arc of their lives,” said EverFi Chief Executive Officer Tom Davidson. “To deliver on this, we’ve assembled one of the most passionate, purposeful and enthusiastic teams anywhere. We simply could not be the company we are today without the incredible people that personify this mission.”

EverFi is one of the fastest growing education companies in the nation with a roster of over 1,200 partners and sponsors including 750 colleges and universities and 500 companies, foundations and nonprofit organizations. Among these are 400 financial institutions, major professional sports leagues, and some of the largest consumer companies in the world.

EverFi recently announced that it has surpassed 12 million learners trained including over 2.5 million this academic year alone. To power its unique education network, EverFi has assembled an expansive team that is deployed across hundreds of communities in 38 states and Canada. Over 60 current and former educators help to power this network.

For additional information on career opportunities at EverFi, visithttp://www.everfi.com/about/careers-page.


EVERFI, Inc. is the leading education technology innovator that empowers K-12, higher education, and adult learners with the skills needed to be successful in life. Its comprehensive critical skills platform is focused on Financial Education, Digital Citizenship, STEM Career Readiness, Diversity and Inclusion, Entrepreneurship, Character Education, and Health and Wellness. The EVERFI Education Network powers more than 3,300 partner organizations across all 50 states and Canada and annually reaches 6 million learners.

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