VIPKid Company Updates | Glassdoor

Company Updates

  • We’re proud to announce that our Founder and CEO, Cindy Mi, is a 2019 Glassdoor Top CEO!

  • VIPKid has been featured in Glassdoor's 15 Great Companies That Hire Efficiently & Effectively.

    Cool Companies That Hire in 15 Days or Less

    One of the worst parts of the job hunt process is the post-interview waiting. After spending hours writing cover letters, prepping for interviews, researching companies and fine-tuning your resume, after the interview, the waiting period feels like it takes the longest. Some companies take weeks to months to notify candidates if they've got the job.

  • Guess who made the list?!?

    Top Companies Hiring in Canada | Glassdoor Blog

    July 1st is Canada Day, which marks the country's independence day or "birthday" as many call it. To celebrate, Canadians across the country may have the day off and be watching the parades, while companies are eager to hire. There are hundreds of thousands of open jobs from Vancouver to Toronto and everywhere in between.

  • We made the top 3! Thank you, FlexJobs.

  • We're proud to be named a "Best Place to Work" in 2019 by Glassdoor!

  • We can't wait for VIPKid Journey Dallas on August 8th! We will have former First Lady of the United States, Laura Bush, as our keynote speaker and over 300 VIPKid teachers in attendance.

  • VIPKid Founder/CEO, Cindy Mi, joined a star-studded cast at OZY Fest 2018.

  • Making Fast Company's Most Innovative Companies List for 2018 is an honor and a privilege. VIPKID is #29 most innovative in the world, and #2 in China.

    The list is populated with inspiring and cutting-edge companies such as Apple, Netflix, Square, Tencent, Amazon and Slack. Being placed among such pioneers is an amazing and exciting place to be. #FCMostInnovative

    VIPKid: Most Innovative Company | Fast Company

    Read more about VIPKid on Fast Company

  • Entrepreneurship: VIPKid founder Cindy Mi's global online classroom

    China's $4.5bn online language learning market is fiercely competitive but Cindy Mi, founder and chief executive of online education company VIPKid, is not easily fazed. Inspired in part by bad experiences of teaching as a schoolgirl, Mi has forged her own path from an early age, eventually launching a real-time online tutoring company aimed at China's tens of millions of four- to 12-year-olds.

  • Rutland woman teaches English across globe from basement

    RUTLAND - Early each weekday, while her husband and two teenage children are still asleep, Samantha "Paige" Josti quietly makes her way down her cellar stairway and, after flicking on a few lights and computer switches, transforms into "Teacher Sam," unleashing her lesson plan to eager Chinese children halfway across the world.

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