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  • Allez EF! Our Boston staff cheered on our EF Education First Drapac p/b Cannondale riders during a Tour de France viewing party in the office.

  • Have you heard? EF is the new sponsor of Boston's Hub on Wheels! Learn more about the partnership that helps raise money for pediatric cancer research at Boston Children's Hospital.

    EF Education First keeps Boston bike ride Hub on Wheels pedaling as new sponsor - Boston Business Journal

    After longtime Hub on Wheels sponsor TD Bank dropped out, EF Education First has stepped in to become the citywide bike ride's new sponsor. Around 5,000 people will ride through downtown Boston in September for the 14th annual Hub on Wheels event to raise money for pediatric cancer research at Boston Children's Hospital.

  • EF Education First founder, Bertil Hult, and his son, Dr. Edward Hult, CEO of EF North America, shared their best advice with the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce on how to lead in an international, multi-generational company.

    EF Education First founder Bertil Hult speaks at Boston Chamber of Commerce - Boston Business Journal

    EF Education First, one of the largest employers based in greater Boston, was almost headquartered in England instead. It was only when founder Bertil Hult decided that England was "too old fashioned" that a friend advised him to check out "New" England.

  • Ready for your next vacation? Fodor's shares 13 far-flung destinations where you can get by in English, thanks to our research from the #EFEPI.

    13 Far-Flung Vacation Spots Where You Can Get By on English

    You don't need to learn Hungarian to visit Budapest or Spanish to visit Belize. Although English is not the first language for many of these destinations, it's widely spoken. So, don't worry if you haven't mastered Romanian on Rosetta Stone or Swedish in Duolingo, you should be just fine to get around or order a beer.

  • Meet Maggie, Project Manager for our EF Properties team.

    Building EF: Maggie's EF story - EF Education First

    By Melissa Mann 2 min read Wearing a hard hat, goggles, and carrying a tape measure, Maggie found herself in the basement of a building one afternoon, on top of a pile of dirt, trying to determine whether there would be enough room for an outlet on the floor above.

  • You can travel the world with EF Ultimate Break for free! Here's the catch...

    This Company Is Hiring Someone To Travel The World FOR FREE & Here's How To Apply

    Want to turn your palm tree screensaver into an actual view? Good news: One lucky creative with a cool case of wanderlust can make the world their studio. Education First's Ultimate Break is hiring someone to travel around the world - for free. That'...

  • Forbes named our EF Ultimate Break division as one of the top 9 companies to work for if you want to travel the world. We'd have to agree!

    9 Companies You Should Work For If You Want To Travel The World After College

    Whether you're still on a high from studying abroad or are simply looking for a new life experience, we can't blame you for wanting to travel after you graduate. The problem with that is, it takes a good chunk of change to visit those must-see places on your bucket list.

  • A casual run on the Boston Esplanade led to a new career at EF for Beth: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQVBy

    Open to possibilities: Beth's EF Journey

    Beth's path to EF Education First began on the Esplanade in Cambridge, when she joined her sister for a lunchtime run with a potential client. Mark, her sister's client, worked at EF and the three capped off their run meeting with lunch at Lingo, EF's in-house cafe.

  • Here at EF, women rule—66% of staff in our Boston office are women! #InternationalWomensDay

  • Have you ever seen someone climb a 10-story glass wall? BBC's Andy Torbet gave it a try, using new technology from Cambridge research center, Draper.

    Watch a BBC host use Draper's gecko-inspired tech to climb 10-story glass building in Cambridge (Video) - Boston Business Journal

    Drivers traveling over the bridge between Boston's West End and Cambridge's Lechmere neighborhood in late September may have caught a glimpse of a disconcerting sight: a man stuck to the side of a 10-story glass facade. But don't worry, he meant to be there.

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