Trilogy Education Services, a NYC-based continuing education program manager, raised $30m in Series A funding.
The round was led by Highland Capital Partners with participation from Rethink Education, City Light Capital, and other investors including Jack Larson and Rob Cohen. In conjunction with the funding, Craig Driscoll and Dan Nova, Partners, Highland Capital Partners, have joined Trilogy’s Board of Directors.
The company intends to use the capital to continue to expand operationd and its business reach.
Led by Dan Sommer, CEO and Founder, Trilogy is a Continuing Education Program Manager which enables universities to offer skills-based training programs in web development, data analytics and visualization, and UI/UX in part-time and full-time formats.
Through university partnerships, students benefit from a dynamic, market-driven curriculum, career services, and access to a network of industry partners. A learning and instructor analytics platform also allows Trilogy and its university partners to continually improve the student learning experience.
Since launching in September, 2015, the company has expanded to include twenty-one university partners with campuses across the US.