Trilogy Education Services

Trilogy Education Services is a workforce accelerator that partners with the world's leading universities to help companies bridge the digital skills gap. Its current programs include web development, data analytics and visualization, UX/UI, and cybersecurity.

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Parent Company2U
HQNew York, NY, US
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Trilogy Education Services was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in New York, NY, US

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Key People/Management at Trilogy Education Services

Adam Spivak

Adam Spivak

Vice President of Business Development
Esmeralda Garcia

Esmeralda Garcia

Regional Director
Jamie Farrell

Jamie Farrell

Chief Business Officer
Dan Sommer

Dan Sommer

Founder and CEO
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Trilogy Education Services Office Locations

Trilogy Education Services has offices in New York, Boca Raton, Tempe and London
New York, NY, US (HQ)
31 E 32nd St #1202
Boca Raton, FL, US
980 N Federal Hwy #412
Tempe, AZ, US
1295 W Washington St #208
London, GB
2 Kingdom St
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Trilogy Education Services Financials and Metrics

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$80 m


In total, Trilogy Education Services had raised $80 m. Trilogy Education Services is a subsidiary of 2U

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Trilogy Education Services Online and Social Media Presence

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Trilogy Education Services Blogs

From Fire Ecology to the Fortune 100: How Cameron Wills Landed a Job at IBM

When Cameron Wills attended the University of Cape Town in his home country of South Africa, he thought he had his future all figured out. He received a bachelor’s degree in zoology and botany, then pursued a master’s in fire ecology. But, by the time he finished his studies, he discovered one thing…

Off Your Chest: Anonymous Thoughts for Positive Emotional Change

Before the start of the pandemic, Tyler Smith found himself at a bit of a crossroads in where to take his interest in coding. He had always enjoyed programming, but he wasn’t sure which direction to go. Unsure about the career prospects in developing music production software or video games, Tyler s…

Teeing up for Success With the Golf Tee Time Scheduler Project

Since high school, Demetri Dillard had always wanted to work as a computer programmer. During college, he took a programming class, but ended up finding his way into information technology. “I wasn’t really set on it at the time, and I went into IT instead,” said Demetri. “Later on, we had a semeste…

The Art of the Pivot: How Camryn Swedick Went from Communications Grad to Cybersecurity Professional

In college, Camryn Swedick pursued a career in communications, and managed to graduate a whole two years early. If all this fast movement sounds exciting, there is, unfortunately, a catch: Camryn’s graduation happened to coincide with the COVID-19 outbreak. “Graduating in the middle of a pandemic ma…

“It’s Going to be a Wild Ride”: How Steven Pennington Entered the Tech Field At Full Speed

Steven Pennington fires up his computer and logs onto AWS, where he sifts through and starts querying various client servers — troubleshooting items and mapping data so clients can use it advantageously. Along with his daily tasks, Steven makes sure to dedicate time to complete courses through SAP L…

Tips from Talent Path: Showcasing Your Skills in a Remote Setting

In 2020, the world made a shift. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, those commuting to offices everyday or attending in-person job interviews were pushed to stay home instead. For months, we’ve connected through Zoom calls and Google Meets instead of handshakes and coffee dates. And, as the Delta variant c…
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Trilogy Education Services Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Trilogy Education Services founded?

    Trilogy Education Services was founded in 2015.

  • Who are Trilogy Education Services key executives?

    Trilogy Education Services's key executives are Adam Spivak, Esmeralda Garcia and Jamie Farrell.

  • How many employees does Trilogy Education Services have?

    Trilogy Education Services has 1,418 employees.

  • Who are Trilogy Education Services competitors?

    Competitors of Trilogy Education Services include Persona Learning, Simplilearn and Dale Carnegie Training.

  • Where is Trilogy Education Services headquarters?

    Trilogy Education Services headquarters is located at 31 E 32nd St #1202, New York.

  • Where are Trilogy Education Services offices?

    Trilogy Education Services has offices in New York, Boca Raton, Tempe and London.

  • How many offices does Trilogy Education Services have?

    Trilogy Education Services has 4 offices.