Educate! Competitors, Revenue and Alternatives
- Educate! has 304 Employees.
- Educate! grew their employee count by 4% last year.
- Educate! currently has 1 job openings.
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|Western States ...||N/A||56||N/A||N/A|
|North Metro Com...||N/A||145||N/A||N/A|
|Unison Housing ...||N/A||50||N/A||N/A|
|Community Food ...||N/A||54||0%||N/A|
What Is Educate!?
Educate! prepares youth in Africa with the skills to succeed in today's economy. We tackle youth unemployment by partnering with schools and governments to reform what schools teach and how they teach it, so that students in Africa have the skills to start businesses, get jobs and drive development in their communities. Educate!'s goal is to make this practical, skills-based model part of national education systems. In 2019, were partnering with the government to pilot in 60+ schools in Kenya, working in 175+ secondary schools in Rwanda and 750+ schools in Uganda reaching over 44,000 students intensively and 545,000 more broadly. Two rigorous external evaluations, including a randomized controlled trial, found that towards the end of secondary school, participants of our program earn nearly DOUBLE the income of their peers and are 44% more likely to launch a business. Girls achieve even greater results. Educate! supports governments with integrating skills-based curriculum nationally. This includes partnering with Uganda's government to integrate curriculum and a student business club structure into Uganda's entrepreneurship course nationally and serving as a technical advisor to both Rwanda and Kenya on national education reforms. Educate! is a non-profit social enterprise with 200 staff and 300 volunteer youth mentors. We have been backed by top foundations such as MasterCard, Big Bang Philanthropy, Mulago, Echoing Green, Ashoka and Global Innovation Fund. Educate! won a 2018 Klaus J. Jacobs Prize, a 2015 WISE Award, and was featured by Bill Gates, in an Al Jazeera documentary, Forbes 30 under 30, and The Brookings Institution in their scaling education learning initiative. Educate! was also selected by the UN's Generation Unlimited as 1 of 20 innovative youth solutions. Educate!'s long-term vision is to design solutions that measurably impact millions of youth across Africa each year.keywords:N/A
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|Loren Crary||U.S. Director & General Counsel||Email Available|
|Amanda L'Esperance||Head Of Communications And Marketing||Email Available|
|Meghan Mahoney||Director Of Monitoring And Evaluation||Email Available|
|Rachael Miller||External Relations Manager||Email Available|
|Liviya David||Grants & Partnerships Associate||Email Available|
|Elana Pollak||Director of Talent|
|Angelica Towne||Director of Program Strategy||Email Available|