Mission: Eliminate the back row in education #NoBackRow
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Congratulations to our CFO Cathy Graham on being named to the 2018 Washington Business Journal Women Who Mean Business list. From leading our successful IPO to our acquisition of GetSmarter, Cathy is an invaluable member of the 2U family. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQkTJ
2U Inc. partners with leading colleges and universities to deliver the world’s best online degree programs so students every- where can reach their full potential. Our cloud-based software-as-a-service platform provides schools with the comprehensive operating infrastructure they need to attract, enroll, educate, support and graduate students globally.
At 2U, one idea guides everything we do: No Back Row®. Blending live online classes, dynamic course content and real-world experiences, our approach gives students the opportunity to realize their full potential. We work with our university partners to ensure every student can experience the best possible education for the brightest possible future.
I have been working at 2U full-time (More than a year)
The list is too long of the many reasons why 2U is a solid company. I think everyone can agree the number one reason is the people! Everyone is beyond friendly and nice no matter what department you are in. Growth potential is amazing whether it’s within your department or to another. The benefits are outstanding and that includes PTO and all of the holidays including a week off during winter holiday! They make it their mission to make it a positive fun happy place to be and I can honestly say I love going to work everyday!
None at all. I feel fortunate to be a part of the rocket ship.
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at 2U (Landover, MD) in September 2016.
The process took about two weeks total. One phone screen interview with a recruiter, one phone interview with a manager, one in-person interview with a director, manager, and two senior members of the team, and one written sample. I have read comments about the phone interview process with the recruiter having a poor connection. I did have this problem as well, but it was only the initial screen interview. I am not sure if it's because of the recording technology that they use or what, but it was very difficult to hear.