What we're about

The Boston EdTech Foundation seeks to build a diverse edtech community where current professionals can discuss the latest research, practices, and products, and where folks interested in transitioning into edtech can connect with current professionals. We ultimately hope that by helping build a diverse edtech workforce, Boston edtech companies can create products that meet the needs of an increasingly diverse set of learners.

We meet monthly to hear from those who are transforming teaching and learning through panel discussions, community mixers, member spotlights, keynote speakers, workshops, and hands-on learning experiences to explore the intersection of education and technology.

Upcoming events (1)

Boston EdTech Job Fair

Online event

We're bringing in recruiting/talent teams from as many different Boston EdTech companies as we can to be available this evening to connect with folks! During the evening, attendees will be able to hop between virtual tables to connect with representatives from each company to ask questions about the company, different open roles, and the application process.

The overall goals of the event are to:
- Provide folks interested in joining / transitioning into edtech an opportunity to connect with current professionals and talent teams.
- Help build a more diverse edtech workforce to better build products that meet the needs of all learners.
- Showcase Boston’s many edtech companies, the challenges they’re facing, and the features they’ve built recently

6:00 - 6:30 - Open Networking
6:30 - 7:00 - Opening Announcements from Boston EdTech and Partner Organizations
7:00 - 8:00 - Job/Career Fair where attendees can move around to different tables and connect with different professionals and companies we've invited
8:00 - 9:00 - Room remains open for folks to continue networking

We're in the process of confirming the companies who will attend, but we'll update this page over the next couple of weeks.

Current companies:

-Ellevation Education
-Extension Engine
...more to come!

Past events (99)

Teachers as Advisors- one school's unique approach to the role

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