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4 days ago

Full Stack Ruby on Rails Engineer

EverFi Washington, DC

• Design and write well-structured, easily maintainable, well-documented code. • Ability to write quality unit tests • Debug and optimize… EverFi

4 days ago

Front-End Developer

EverFi Washington, DC

• Developing front-end learning experience using EverFi's SDK • Translating visual designs into shippable products • Working with designers to… EverFi

14 days ago

Inside Sales Associate

EverFi Washington, DC

EverFi is seeking a goal-oriented, self-disciplined, team player to join our team in a fast-paced environment, as a Higher Ed Lead Development Rep… EverFi

30+ days ago

Executive Assistant & Office Manager

EverFi Washington, DC

• Coordinate with the building manager on issues such as repairs, cleaning, etc. • Working with EverFi IT Administrator on telephone, security… EverFi

30+ days ago

Research / Data Consultant (part-time)

EverFi Washington, DC

This role provides the unique opportunity to be part of small team of behavioral researchers investigating the most pertinent topics relating to… EverFi

30+ days ago

Manager, Curriculum Design

EverFi Washington, DC

• Develop digital learning curriculum, assessments, and instruction catered to multiple age groups to be delivered in a… EverFi

30+ days ago

Product Manager

EverFi Washington, DC

- Define and deliver the next generation of EverFi’s courses - K-12, Higher Ed and Adult. This includes: • Defining the target market via… EverFi

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    I have been working at EverFi full-time


    The best parts of this company are: 1. Culture 2. Meaningful Work 3. The People. The culture typifies "start-up culture". It is not focused on hierarchical order-taking, but rather it's about having the opportunity to crank out amazing work for customers while enjoying the experience. If you know how to remain productive, the work-life balance will find you rather than the other way around. *Not a trivial statement* The work itself is inherently meaningful. There are opportunities to see how the lives of adults, teens and children are changed by the project you stayed late or came in early for last month. While we're certainly a for-profit entity, we are driven by the impact we have on underserved communities. Our CEO has spoken passionately both privately and publicly about why this business goes beyond an opportunity to collect a check. It says a lot about your company when people hear about the work you do and wonder if you're a non-profit. While we're clearly working with the largest brands in the world, we're also compelled to revolutionize the way the world thinks about education. The people here are smart, but most importantly, they're results focused. There's less pressure from management to "do what you're supposed to" because everyone is truly self-motivated and seeks to hold each other accountable rather than leaning on policies and disciplinary action to keep things moving. There are multiple people here doing great work without having alphabet soup after their name. That says a lot about those people, as well as what the company values in its workers.


    The cons are those of a small and quickly moving company. There are times you wish you had more cohesive and long-term strategy applied across projects/departments. There are also times you wish there were more people available to do work so that you could do it faster or more robustly. In addition, there are some departments who are still living with a "50 people or less" mentality. This leads to some siloing and small-scale, parochial thinking. If you can name another small, fast-growing company for whom this isn't true, sell the case study to Harvard Business Review.

    Advice to Management

    As we grow, we need to protect ourselves against the inevitable pressure to create silos in the interest of "vertical efficiencies". Departments must be encouraged and given incentive to work together and communicate constantly with each other. Silos can destroy companies, particularly the company's culture and ability to remain innovative. I would also consider enhancing the culture by ensuring there's more diversity in thought. Striking a stronger balance between those that "fit in" and those that expand our networks and diversity of thought is important. Lastly, you can buy technology, sales-leads and positive marketing but never lose sight of the real and tangible ways we change the lives of our users and our employees. That's a true differentiator which is terribly difficult to recreate.

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