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We are Female Founded, Venture Funded, & Mission Led

There are more than 30 million working adults without a high school diploma, and 70% of the U.S. population does not have a college degree.

Rachel Romer Carlson and Brittany Stich founded Guild Education to help those groups gain an education through their employer's tuition benefits — leading to increased employee satisfaction, and improved retention for employers.

"Our goal in offering really strong educational benefits to our employees is to help prepare them for long-term and fulfilling careers"

Rachel Carlson, CEO and Co-Founder

Guild’s Core ValuesThese guide all of the work we do with students, universities and employers.

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Be students first

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Bring a bias to action

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Work as hard as our students

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Give and receive reflection and feedback

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Treat everything like a prototype

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Balance autonomy with accountability

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Bring our full selves to work

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Be an owner

Guild's team mirrors our students — drive, passionate, & eager to growInterested in joining us? We’re Hiring!

Guild's InvestorsWe've partnered with leading investors who believe in Guild's double bottom line

Bessemer Venture Partners

Redpoint Ventures

Harrison Metal

Cowboy Ventures

Social Capital

Guild in the News

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Walmart Unveils A New Employee Perk: College Tuition for all associates
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Guild Partners with Walmart to Provide College to All Employees for $1 a Day
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