About Participate Learning
Uniting our world through global education
Today’s students need access to education that not only ensures college and career-readiness, but that also enables them to lead and thrive in the world community and global marketplace.
Participate Learning is your partner for language and global education options in K-12 schools. We are committed to empowering educators to strengthen student outcomes and promote cultural understanding at home and abroad, in large part through early access to language opportunities.
Who are we and what do we do at Participate Learning?
Since our inception in 1987, we have embraced and embodied our commitment to uniting our world.
We have developed high quality, equitable education programs over the course of 30+ years for:
- Language acquisition and immersion
- International teacher exchange
- Global leaders with 21st century competencies
We have the distinction of being the largest visiting teacher program in the Department of State Exchange Visitor Program to date.
Participate Learning proudly serves nearly 22,000 students, 1,100 visiting international teachers, and 3,000 local educators in 423 schools across the country—and we aim to support even more. Our high quality, equitable education programs inspire curiosity and provide students with a competitive advantage to succeed in a global marketplace. Learn more about our mission, vision, and company history here.
Always learning, always growing
Every moment in the past 30 years has served as a learning opportunity for us. During the global pandemic, we are leveraging our global and language expertise and connections to begin providing direct services and support to families and students. Participate Learning is now an established resource for global education. As a B Corporation, we are a force for good for students, schools, and communities.
Our development hasn’t gone unnoticed. Awards won by the company include:
- Seven-time winner of B Corp’s “Best for the World” (2013-2019)
- Real Leaders Top Impact Companies list for 2019 and 2020