Recent articles in the St. Louis Business Journal chronicle big news from education startup Varsity Tutors, founded by WashU alum Chuck Cohn.
WashU’s Institute for School Partnership worked to ensure St. Louis children continued to learn during the COVID-19 crisis.
Washington University junior Ayana Klein, founder of edtech startup 3DuxDesign, shares her journey as a student entrepreneur and how her time at WashU has been crucial to her growth and success.
Many K-12 schools have closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. More closings are sure to come. In response, Varsity Tutors, founded by Washington University in St. Louis alum Chuck Cohn, has launched a new service called Virtual School Day.
Washington University students from different academic disciplines work together to develop prototype garments for elite athletes with disabilities.
Varsity Tutors, an online tutoring platform founded by Washington University in St. Louis alum Chuck Cohn, recently raised $50 million in its Series C round. Participating in the round is the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, a foundation established by Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg…
Varsity Tutors has acquired UK-based First Tutors, Europe’s largest tutoring marketplace.
Cameron teaches a curriculum centered on social innovation and entrepreneurship in the Brown School.
Two WashU alumni, David Dresner, BSBA ’10, and Chuck Cohn, BSBS ’08, are among EY’s 2017 Entrepreneur of the Year finalists.