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  • 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."

  • From the Boston Marathon to the London Marathon, it's a banner month for tackling those 26.2 miles. Meet 7 EF staff members who've run marathons around the world (and gone beyond their comfort zones along the way) >>> http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vM5cV

    On the run: EF staff marathoners exploring the world 26.2 miles at a time

    By Mimi Hammer 12 min read Here at EF Education First, people are a lot more than their day jobs. Whether it's cycling for a cause, pumping iron in our fitness studio, or setting the record for the fastest self-supported Appalachian trail run, EFers care deeply about wellness and life beyond the office.

  • If you ask someone what they enjoy most about work, odds are you won’t hear “problems.” But for Lillah, EF Education First's Director of Tours IT, problems are just puzzles waiting to be solved. ��‍��

    Learn more about Lillah's EF journey >>> http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vM5vC

    Solving problems: Lillah's EF journey

    By Chris Janigian 2 min read If you ask someone what they enjoy most about work, odds are you won't hear "problems." But just talk to Lillah, EF Education First 's Director of Tours IT.

  • Jess says working at EF has allowed her to be herself and merge all her passions: “There is a certain feeling to an EF office. Everyone is very open, curious and adventurous. It doesn’t feel like work; it’s like a home.” �� Learn more about Jess' EF journey >>> http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMngV

    Pursuing passions: Jess' EF journey

    Crystals. A drawer full of herbal remedies. And a half-eaten avocado. It might sound like the checkout counter at a health food store, but it's just Jess' typical desk accessories at EF Education First 's Toronto office. "EF has made me feel confident in who I am by allowing and encouraging me to always be me," says Jess.

  • For Justin, a double-tap on his Instagram photo led to a career at EF. Read his story on the blog:
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    Kentucky to Korea and beyond: Justin's EF Journey - EF Education First

    In 2016, Justin was sitting on a beach in Cambodia at sunset, snapping skyline photos and scrolling through Instagram, when a travel company liked one of his posts. His trek across Southeast Asia would be ending soon, and his future was wide open.

  • Check out how EF360 Tech Trainee Claudia brings new initiatives to life (and has fun along the way). Looking for a job like Claudia's? Apply here >>> http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMCCI … http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMCCQ … #womenintech

    A day in the life: Claudia, EF360 Tech Trainee - EF Education First

    Claudia knew she wanted to pursue a career that would impact young peoples' lives. She just didn't know where to begin. That quickly changed when the then-Tufts University-student discovered EF Education First at a campus job fair.

  • This International Women’s Day, a host of EF women are sharing what they’ve learned along the way–their own words of wisdom. Read on for some indispensable advice from just a few of EF’s female leaders. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMA3F

    Words of wisdom from 10 EF women

    The women of EF Education First support one another-whether it's giving encouragement on an early morning run, staying late to help meet a deadline, or hopping on a last-minute call to offer some advice-they're always ready and willing to lend a helping hand. Regardless of seniority-or gender-teamwork is commonplace across EF divisions and locations.

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