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Hiration Raises $3M in Seed Funding

– Hiration, a San Francisco, CA and New Delhi, India-based platform that offers resources for qualified candidates to create resumes and find a role, raised $3m in seed funding.
– Backers included from Prime Venture Partners, Venture Highway and Y Combinator, among others.
– The company intends to use the funds for hiring and growth.

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Chronus Announces $78 Million Investment from Level Equity to Support Organizations in Creating More Inclusive Workplaces and Readying Their Employees for the Future Through the Power of Mentoring

Level Equity, a growth equity firm based in New York and San Francisco, has made a $78m investment to fund growth initiatives and accelerate Chronus’ ability to serve the needs of organizations looking to adapt their workforce to thrive in a more hybrid and inclusive future.
– With nearly 15 years of experience and the largest, most-diverse team in the industry, Chronus has helped organizations launch, manage, scale and measure mentorship programs that address critical business initiatives across the employee lifecycle such as employee retention, talent development and DEI (diversity, equity and inclusion).
– This partnership with Level Equity will help Chronus leverage its unique expertise in utilizing mentoring to grow inclusive, people-centered cultures that are future-ready.

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Gloat Raises $57M Series C to Help Employees Thrive and Businesses Execute Faster in the New World of Work

– Gloat announced a $57M Series C funding round led by Accel, with participation from existing investors Eight Roads Ventures, Intel Capital, Magma Venture Partners, and PICO Partners.
– With total funding of $92M, the company will accelerate product innovation and market expansion as it aims to bring workforce agility to every enterprise and more dynamic careers to every individual.
– Gloat was founded in 2015 by Ben Reuveni, Amichai Schreiber and Danny Shteinberg, with the belief that the traditional approach to work, jobs and careers that has been at the heart of enterprise operations since the industrial revolution is now holding businesses and their people back.

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Pathrise Raises $9M in Series A Funding

– Pathrise, a San Francisco, CA-based online mentorship and job placement platform for tech professionals, secured $9m in Series A Funding.
– The round was led by Learn Capital and also included Western Technology Investment and Day One Ventures and existing investors K50 Ventures, Y Combinator, and GoAhead Ventures.
– The new investment will be used to develop its proprietary platform which manages mentor matching, job searching and resource recommendation, recruitment and onboarding of mentors, refine scholarship systems, create affordable income share agreements and other financial innovations to improve accessibility of the program.

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Guild Education valued at $3.75 billion with newest round

– Guild Education, a lifelong learning platform, raised $150m in Series E funding.
– The round was led by Bessemer Venture Partners, Cowboy Ventures, D1, Emerson Collective, General Catalyst, GSV, Harrison Metal, ICONIQ, Redpoint and Salesforce Ventures.
– The company plans to grow its coaching team, expand its learning marketplaces with more short-term certificate opportunities and double down on its outreach with historically Black colleges and universities.

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Bonsai Raises $5.3M in Seed Funding

– Bonsai, a NYC and Raleigh, NC-based provider of a 1:1 professional advice and networking platform, raised a new funding round.
– The round was led by Activate Venture Partners.
– The company intends to use the funds to accelerate growth of its platform.

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Springpod Raises £2.25M in Series A Funding

– Springpod is a London and Liverpool, UK-based careers network that connects young people with employers & education providers.
– Company raised £2.25M in Series A funding.
– The round was led by Triple Point, Cass Entrepreneurship Fund and Alliance Fund Managers, MSIF‘s fund management subsidiary, alongside participation from existing investors.
– The new investment will be used to launch its platform in new international territories.

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SchooLinks lands $8.3M Series A as Their Modern, Cloud-Based Platform Ensures College and Career Success for a Diverse Student Population

– SchooLinks landed an $8.3m Series A funding from LiveOak Venture Partners and SJF Ventures to democratize access to modern career and college planning resources for the broader student population.
– The funding was led by LiveOak Venture Partners, with participation from SJF Ventures and Juvo Ventures.
– The capital will be used towards expanding the team, product development and integrations, and building out new partnerships for future growth.
– School districts are faced with the challenge of serving a student base with an increasingly diverse set of needs, and with such a large percentage of careers filled by non 4 year degree employees, there is an amplified focus for counselors to ensure students graduate not only college ready, but career ready as well.

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Leverage Edu raises $6.5 million to help Indian students land in top colleges abroad

– Leverage Edu, a startup that helps Indian students land in top colleges abroad, raised $6.5m in a new financing round.
– The round was led by Tomorrow Capital and joined by existing investors Blume Ventures and DSG Consumer Partners.
– The startup plans to use the funds to expand its platform in the world’s second-largest internet market.

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