Learn Capital is a venture capital firm focused exclusively on funding entrepreneurs in the field of learning. They invest in learning content, platforms and service. The companies in their portfolio are engaged in the transformation of educational engagement, access and effectiveness in formalised schooling, corporate and consumer settings.
Learn Capital has raised a total of $102 million across 2 funds, their latest being Learn Capital Venture Partners III which raised $52 million. This fund was announced on June 11, 2015. Learn Capital Venture Partners I raised $50 million in 2012.
Learn Capital invest in companies that focus on learning and education products and services. Investments include Differ.chat, Foundry College and SoloLearn and exits including MissionU, Edmodo and OpenStudy.
Verbling is a company providing an e-learning platform for language over video chat. It participated in the S11 cohort of Y Combinator.
Udemy is an online learning and teaching marketplace with over 80,000 courses and 24 million students.
A company developing a virtual science expert as aid to STEM elementary teachers
Online education technology company
Bloc is a San Francisco-based company.
ClassDojo is a classroom management software platform.
Wonderschool offers a platform where people can start infant and toddler programs and preschools out of their homes.
Chromatik is a Los Angeles-based company founded by Matt Sandler.
HireArt is a company providing an online recruitment platform.
Social networking service
AltSchool is a partnership between educators and engineers aiming to deliver personalized learning for children.
BrightBytes is a San Francisco-based company founded by Rob Mancabelli.
A company providing a career guidance marketplace platform matching college students with coaches, professionals and jobs
LearnZillion is a company founded by Alix Guerrier.
Scoutible is a San Francisco-based company founded by Zach Gianos, Angela K. Antony and Tyler Law.
Foundry College equips working adults with the skills and knowledge they need to excel in jobs that aren't being displaced by automation.
Climb Credit is a New York-based company founded by Alexander Rafael.
Associated investment funds
Director of Impact Organisations
COO & General Counsel
Stephen M Kosslyn
Tom Vander Ark