One Month, an online school, is based on the idea that anyone can learn anything in just one month. And students are signing up in droves: More than 20,000 people from all over the world—think Turkmenistan, Zimbabwe, Argentina, India, Cambodia, France, and Switzerland—use One Month. A number of well-known schools and businesses, like Stanford, Duke, Yale, Harvard, Columbia, American Express, J.P. Morgan, and Google are also represented.
“Learning doesn’t stop when class stops. Always be learning,” says Chris Castiglione, head of content and co-founder.
One Month’s awesome office has a learning-inspired design theme. The floor-to-ceiling bookshelves, tables, and flashcard-covered walls were created by the company’s creative director. Team members love the “old meets new” concept, which perfectly aligns with their mission to update education using technology.
And One Month’s employees don’t just walk the walk—they, well, code the code.
“I started One Month because as a non-technical entrepreneur, I couldn’t find a developer to help build my idea for me. I ended up teaching myself how to code so I could build it myself. Along the way, I realized that coding education can be way better. So I created One Month,” explains Mattan Griffel, CEO and co-founder.
Want to change the future of education? Check out One Month’s offices, then go get your next job.