TORONTO, April 28, 2014 /CNW/ - EF Educational Tours is honoured to be
selected as one of "Canada's Top Employers for Young People" for 2014 for the first time. Announced today by Mediacorp Canada Inc,
the editors of the Canada's Top 100 Employers project, this special designation recognizes employers who offer
specialized benefits and programs for younger workers and new grads.
"At EF, we hire people with a passion for our mission of breaking down
the barriers of language, culture and geography that divide us," said
Susanna Dawson, Senior Manager of Corporate Communications. "We strive
to develop global citizens not only of the students who travel with us,
but of our employees as well."
Travel benefits for EF employees include the opportunity to see the
world by accompanying groups on educational tours as part of their
training, as well as an in-house staff travel department that books
both business and personal travel.
EF offers a number of benefits and programs that appeal to employees
just starting out in their careers, including a comprehensive training
and coaching program that contributes to their career progression.
Additionally, all employees can take advantage of mentorship
opportunities, tuition reimbursement and charity matching, as well as
generous vacation and a lively corporate culture.
For more information about the "Canada's Top Employers for Young People" competition, including reasons for selection, visit http://www.canadastop100.com/young_people.
About EF Educational Tours:
EF Educational Tours is part of EF Education First, the world leader in
international education. For nearly half a century, EF has worked
toward its mission of developing the next generation of global citizens
by breaking down barriers of language, culture and geography.
EF Educational Tours partners with educators to help them enrich what
they teach in the classroom through programs that lead students around
the globe, offering the opportunity to "learn it by living it." EF
works with many organizations in experiential learning programs
including C21: Canadians for 21st Century Learning & Innovation, The Vimy Foundation, Canada's History
Society and Me to We in support of Free the Children.
For more information about careers at EF, visit www.ef.com/careers.
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SOURCE: EF Educational Tours
For further information:
Senior Manager, Corporate Communications
EF Educational Tours