At Edmentum, we are a team committed to being educators’ most trusted partner in creating successful student
outcomes everywhere learning occurs. We work hard to support educators across the country, and our key
values of passion, people, respect, collaboration, and performance guide our mission. We are always looking
for passionate, collaborative, and energetic people to join our team, where employees’ hard work is rewarded
with a fun and flexible work environment that offers competitive pay and benefits, professional development,
and growth opportunities. Are you ready to be a part of Edmentum? Click below to search for job openings.
We offer a highly competitive benefits package that makes working at Edmentum a smart decision. We significantly
contribute to the cost of your benefits for you and your family, so no matter what your needs are, we’ve got you
Edmentum team members are committed to building school around students everywhere learning occurs. We recognize
that we support students and educators from across the world, and we are committed to diversity in our products
and organization. Through a diverse workforce that mirrors the educator and student populations that we serve,
we are able to better understand our partners and their unique needs. By encouraging different perspectives,
ideas, and solutions, we enable our company to think more broadly, be more creative, and strive for flexibility
as we encounter numerous environmental and organizational changes. What’s more, through a culture of inclusion,
fair practices, and equal opportunity, we attract and retain the best employees.
We believe educators and students should see positive reflections of themselves in our content. We believe these
reflections should be inclusive of all identities and that students are best served when their identity is
affirmed. In our work, we are committed to hiring a diverse workforce that understands our customers’ needs and
is attentive to affirming all identities. Our practices celebrate differences and foster belonging.
Edmentum is a safe place that values diversity, equity, and inclusion in all of our business practices. We build
on the foundation of an inclusive and diverse community through our core values by requiring accountability from
every employee. Our leaders strive to maximize productivity, creativity, and retention of diverse talent – so we
can give our broad customer base the best educational solutions.
Equal Opportunity Employer
It has been and continues to be the policy of Edmentum to provide equal employment opportunity (“EEO”) to
applicants and employees without regard to their race, color, creed, religion, national origin, ancestry,
sex, age, disability, status as a disabled, recently separated, Armed Forces service medal or other
protected veteran (“covered veterans”), marital status, status with regard to public assistance, sexual
orientation or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local laws. Furthermore,
it is Edmentum’s policy to undertake affirmative action in recruiting applicants for employment in
compliance with federal, state and local requirements.
Edmentum does not discriminate against students on the basis of race, color, gender, sex, gender identity,
disability, religion, ancestry, national or ethnic origin, or any characteristic that is legally protected
under applicable local, state or federal law in the administration of its educational policies, behavior
policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletic or other school-administered
Edmentum adheres to Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 prohibits discrimination on the basis of
disability in federally funded programs. This section was modeled on Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of
1964 and Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972. Title VI prohibits programs receiving federal funds
from discriminating against students on the basis of race or national origin; Title IX does so on the basis
of gender. Section 504, Title VI, and Title IX all apply to school-to-work systems and programs. Students
who are limited-English proficient are also protected by the Equal Educational Opportunities Act of 1974,
which requires educational agencies to take action to overcome language barriers that impede equal
participation by students in instructional programs.