In our previous post Hyrise Manifesto: The future of work requires the future of education, we outline our vision for a new education system that can enable people to access the digital economy and lead better careers and lives.
Having a grand vision is easy, it’s executing on that vision that’s tough. At Hyrise, we are constantly experimenting with new ways to get closer to our vision of education.
Today we want to share the main ones with you structured around our three pillars for the future of education: accessibility, personalisation and employability.
To keep ourselves accountable, we’ve aligned our own incentives to the student’s incentives. Regardless of the financing option they choose, if a student doesn’t get a job within 6 months of graduating, they don’t pay. This means our own success depends on theirs.
With this in mind, we design our courses to maximise chances of employability by:
Salespeople in tech are among the best paid professionals. They also enjoy lots of autonomy on the job and feel high personal satisfaction from helping customers solve problems on a daily basis. Yet, few people, especially young graduates, aim for a career in sales. Why?
We are very happy to announce our collaboration with Salesforce that pays into our philosophy of industry led learning.
Eines der am schnellsten wachsenden Unternehmen der eHealth-Tech Branche ist Doctolib mit einem der größten Vertriebsteams im deutschen Gesundheitsmarkt. Doctolib wächst schnell und sucht deutschlandweit motivierte neue Vertriebstalente, die sich ihrer Mission anschließen, in Partnerschaft mit medizinischen Fachkräften das Gesundheitswesen zu verbessern.