It's the people at Kaplan who make it a great place to work. At Kaplan, you'll find a highly energetic team of people dedicated to entrepreneurialism in the education field. Each day, our talented people invent new products, innovate a fresh learning approach, teach our students, create an exciting marketing paradigm – in teams, in classrooms and in the marketplace. It's an exciting place to work: we're competitive, entrepreneurial and mission-driven.
Here are some stories from Kaplan's people:
Manager of Education Design & Governance, Sydney, Australia Kaplan Professional
"Because Kaplan Professional is part of a global company, you can draw from the experience of others in different areas. There is a network of idea sharing that helps to strengthen the business and expose you to new approaches."
Deputy Manager of Degree Programs, Singapore Kaplan Higher Education
"What I enjoy most about my job is that I am being exposed to new things every day - be it personnel management, mentoring, communications skills, operations, sales and marketing, customer service, or business growth and development. I have outstanding mentors to learn from and guide me along, so I never feel alone or isolated in my job."
Center Director, Decatur. GA Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions
"My favorite part about working for Kaplan is the company culture - we have an entrepreneurial spirit, which inspires creative freedom among all employees. We are empowered to come up with new ideas and take action."
Academic Services Team Leader, London, UK Kaplan Law and Business School
"Kaplan is continually evolving, which has created opportunities for me to progress within the company. What I enjoy most about my job is facing different challenges each day and having the freedom to implement new ideas."
Associate Director of Admissions, Fort Lauderdale, FL Kaplan University
"One of the great things about Kaplan is that the people there believe in you. Someone believed that I could bring enough energy, loyalty and commitment to become a leader at Kaplan - that I could treat my students with respect and help them graduate. Someone believed that, as a manager, I could motivate and inspire employees to achieve what they never thought possible."