ABOUT H2TDIGITAL CO.

Our Mission & Vision

Our mission is to simplify the path to career success by eliminating the guesswork of career exploration. With increased spending and rising standards for career technical education and workforce training initiatives, organizations are still using a traditional model where assessments drive career exploration. What if David or Stacy loves the possibility of working on the water, but has never actually been on a boat? In this case, like many others, a skills assessment would not recognize their interests—it would only convey to David or Stacy that they do not have the skills for a career in the maritime industry. Which leads to our vision of 100% interest-driven job training backed by data.

Our Name

When once pitching the beta of one of our programs to a school administrator, the conversation grew to be very philosophical. We eventually asked the administrator, “In your opinion, what is the purpose of education?” After a few seconds, the administrator responded, “to get anyone from here to there.” The answer so simply explained what we are working toward as a company, we named the company H2T – meaning here to there.

Our Core Values

Obsess over customers.

We know, we know—every company says this, right? Well, this is what we mean. We continually and stubbornly are preoccupied with the experience of those who use our platform. From idea to execution, our customers will always be our first priority.

Competition is for losers.

Who wants to get up everyday just to compete? We want to win! By the minute, we are improving our products and services to two ends—to enhance the capabilities of our customers, and to continually separate ourselves from competitors.

Own your part.

Smart is not a differentiator amongst our team. We are all smart. Therefore, we collectively choose virtue as the standard. We work to create products and services that are responsible. If we cannot help society, at the very least will not cause harm.

Core Team

Darius Foster
Andrew Wells
Jenelle Hodges, Ph.D.
Ginny Fowler