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  • What happens when you join EF? You begin a new professional journey.
    Interested in opening the world with us? Take a look at where EF could take you. >>>


  • Meet Lynn ��
    She got her start with EF in 1999 and now works as the Director of Recruitment and Employee Development in our Shanghai office. She's EF’s first employee in China to reach the 20-year mark with the company! �� Learn more about Lynn's EF journey >>> http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMlvE

  • From translating for her Spanish-speaking peers at school to volunteering for Latino advocacy organizations, Shirley has been fostering cultural connections long before coming to EF Education First. Learn more about her role as the Vice President of EF Tours for Girl Scouts and how she's been able to live out her passions at work >>>


  • From working in sales with EF Educational Tours to serving as EF’s Vice President of Recruitment and Employee Development, Emily has teamed up with her fair share of passionate, hard-working people. Learn more about how she builds strong teams and the impact EF has had on her. >>>


    Building strong teams: Emily's EF journey -- EF Education First

    By Laura MacAdam 3 min read During her university years, Emily found herself torn between a degree in Spanish and psychology. After thinking long and hard, she realized studying abroad was crucial to her and ended up as a Spanish major-but her love for psychology never faded.

  • From first working for EF Language Travel in the Bogotá office to now serving as the Global Head of Operations for EF Academy in Zürich, Diana has seen and done it all, but she's loved every minute of it. Learn more about her EF journey >>> http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMt9u

    Doing what you love and loving what you do: Diana's EF journey

    Six countries, eight cities and 13 jobs over the course of 26 years with EF Education First and it's not hard to believe Diana when she says that she can't pick a favorite amongst them. I always get asked, "which of the places I've lived do I love the most?"

  • As a Corporate Travel Coordinator for EF Tours in Zurich ✈️ and now the Swedish National Football Team Liaison Officer for the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup ⚽, Isabell is a pro at dealing with logistics and travel disruptions. Learn more about her journey >>> http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMBDc

    From educational travel to the FIFA Women's World Cup: Isabell's EF Journey

    When Isabell found out her flight to Stockholm was cancelled, and the flight the airline had rebooked her on would cause her to miss her connection to Rennes (where she was scheduled to meet up with the Swedish National Women's Football Team), she wasn't worried.

  • What's it like to go from professional cyclist ��‍♂️ for EF Education First Pro Cycling to Financial Analyst �� at EF Barcelona? Just ask Brendan––see his EF journey here >>> http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMduJ

    Cycling full circle: Brendan's EF journey

    It's 1 p.m. and Brendan is getting ready for his next big match. Game face on, table tennis paddle in hand, he approaches his opponent and takes a deep breath before tossing the first serve. The stakes are high-32 competitors split into eight groups of four, all vying for the coveted prize of EF Education First table tennis champion.

  • This Teacher Appreciation Week, meet 5 former classroom teachers who have launched careers here at EF. ��‍�� ��‍�� Read about their journeys >>> http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMPfC

    5 former teachers now opening the world through education with EF

    Teachers shape the lives of young people every single day, and here at EF Education First, we count ourselves lucky to work alongside so many of them as they inspire a lifelong love of global learning and discovery. Learning is at the heart of everything we do, so it comes as no surprise that many EF staff began their careers in education.

  • "If we, with a great service, can create opportunities and help people improve their livelihoods, that’s a powerful thing.” ✨

    Meet Ludvig. �� He's working to solve a variety of EF English Live's business challenges in Brazil and other South American markets. Read more about his EF journey >>> http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMPnn

    Driving opportunities through language learning: Ludvig's EF journey

    It was a blustery day in December, only four months into his new job as a Business Analyst with EF English Live, when Ludvig's manager called him into a meeting and asked if he'd be willing to relocate to São Paulo, Brazil.

  • “The best part of my job is knowing the impact I’m making on the future,” says Kathryn, a Senior Tour Consultant who works with educators in the Atlanta area. “I firmly believe that creating global citizens will positively change our world.”

    Meet three EF Educational Tour Consultants based in EF’s Boston office and get an inside look at this dynamic role >>> http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMvDg

    In their own words: Inside the EF Educational Tour Consultant experience

    "This job has allowed me to become a business leader straight out of college." That's Ben talking about his role at EF Education First. "I market. I sell. I make business decisions every day," he says. "I'm given so much autonomy and I've grown exponentially because of it."

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