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Rustic Pathways Named One of Outside's 100 Best Places to Work, Again

Rustic Pathways was named one of the 100 Best Places to Work by Outside Magazine for the second consecutive year.

In a news release, Outside said the winning companies value productivity and an “active, eco-conscious lifestyle” to create a fulling experience for employees during work and away from the office.

“Companies from across the country entered a rigorous two-part survey process to make the winning list,” said Jonah Ogles, Articles Editor at Outside Magazine. “The Best Companies Group evaluates each nominated company’s workplace policies, practices, philosophy, systems, and demographics. There’s also an employee survey to measure personal experience.”

One of those responses was listed in the description of why Rustic was named one of the best places to work this year.

“Cyclone Winston caused major damage to much of Fiji, and our community partners were hit hard. Following the storm, the RP Foundation (the philanthropic arm of Rustic Pathways) raised $35,000 and we were able to provide food and supplies to remote areas that had yet to receive aid.”

See how Rustic stacked up in Outside’s 2016 100 Best Places to Work. This year was Outside’s 10th year recognizing top companies.

Do you want to join our team and find out what makes Rustic Pathways more than just a provider of teen travel programs? Check out our open positions

About the Author

Jack Weinstein

Content Production Manager

Jack has spent his professional career as a writer and editor. Before joining Rustic, he worked as a journalist in Kansas and Colorado, taught English in Swaziland, and transitioned to marketing roles in the Boston and New York startup worlds. Jack is excited to channel his love of storytelling and his appreciation for education as Rustic’s Content Production Manager. When not working, Jack is either watching baseball or planning his next adventure. Jack and his wife, Blythe, live in Brooklyn.