BenchPrep is an enterprise SaaS e-learning company. Our platform includes data-driven personalization, game mechanics, mobile optimization, and robust instructional design. Over 30 education & training companies such as ACT and HRCI use our platform for their digital learning products, and we've helped over 1 million students reach their goals.
Why Work with Us?
We’re paving our own path to success in a new and growing field. We strive to learn every day, whether we’re creating content or our latest study tool. Our creative spirit rewards risk-taking, and our collaborative culture provides transparency and meaningful feedback. We’re committed to helping students learn better, and that starts in our office....
We are located in the Willis Tower, right in the heart of downtown Chicago.
233 S. Wacker Drive, Chicago, IL 60606
Perks of working here
Beer on Tap
Daily Meals Provided
Some Meals Provided
Competitive salary, valuable stock options, and company sponsored 401(k) • Fun, meritocratic, mission driven, dynamic work culture • Commitment to fostering positive office culture (included, but not limited to, monthly company dinners, quarterly outings, an in-office ping pong table, cocktail hours, poker nights, etc.)
It's awesome being able to come in each day and work with talented coworkers on projects that millions of people use in pursuit of their education goals.
Because there aren't many companies that do what we do, there are lots of opportunities to create tools and processes that are entirely your own.
Product Support Associate
It is an awesome feeling "wanting to go to work", being able to impact millions of users and have a great time in the process.
I enjoy the challenges that are presented to me. I'm always learning something new at BenchPrep.
Our team, product and culture is legitimately one-of-a-kind and I feel lucky to be part of it.
Director of Client Relations & Product Strategy
BenchPrep is a place where hearing each employee's voice in every step the company takes towards its continued success is not just an option, but an imperative.