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Farmington – Pluralsight has opened its new headquarters at Station Park in Farmington and held an open house and ribbon-cutting last week to celebrate.
In addition to the open house, Pluralsight CEO Aaron Skonnard and Utah Governor Gary Herbert jointly announced Pluralsight’s first-of-its-kind initiative with the Utah Stem Action Center and the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) to support K-12 teachers throughout the state. Pluralsight’s $5 million donation will give Utah educators a free one-year subscription to the company’s online training library, allowing them to become versed on the very knowledge and training that will help their students become career ready, and fill the growing talent dearth within the technology community.
“I applaud the company’s commitment to cultivating talent in Davis County and throughout our state,” Herbert said. “I look forward to the fruits of our partnership to help Utah teachers develop the next generation of technical talent.”
“Our new headquarters is reflective of our empowering culture, and we feel it exemplifies the vision of removing barriers and democratizing professional training for people around the world,” Skonnard said. “Pluralsight is passionate about supporting the advancement of STEM education and assisting Utah’s educators as they help prepare the next generation of technology professionals.”