Mission and Culture

Brightspot was founded with giving back to the community at its core. Through ongoing, concrete actions, our purpose is to get our employees off the sidelines to join hand-in-hand in bringing joy to the lives of others, while gaining a greater understanding of our community.

Brightspot announced today that it has been named to The Washington Post’s Top Workplaces 2021 list, which recognizes companies in the D.C. area with the highest ratings from their employees.
It's been almost a year since the COVID-19 pandemic turned the world upside down. Without the usual chance to enjoy lunches, social events, coffee breaks and other in-person office activities, here are a few ways Brightspot has been trying to foster a sense of community among our remote teams.
We’re excited to begin a new chapter to redefine and reintroduce Brightspot—no longer just the name of our platform, but now the name of our organization—as a true partner that helps content businesses move forward.
With many people out of work and struggling to make ends meet, the Brightspot team came together to do what we do best–getting off the sidelines to help those who need it most.
In 2019, Brightspot's calendar of volunteer activities, as well as scope of giving and enthusiasm for the company's overall mission, grew immensely.
Brightspot QA Engineer Austin Fairchild describes what it was like to meet Special Olympics athlete Daina Shilts at the sixth annual Special Olympics X Games Unified Race in Aspen, CO.
Giving back is core to Brightspot’s mission year round, but the holiday season, in particular, provides many additional opportunities for our employees to make a difference throughout our community.
Special Olympics recently launched a healthcare website aimed at helping individuals with intellectual disabilities. See how they’re trying to change lives.
Throughout the 2019 MLS season, Brightspot has partnered with D.C. United to celebrate individuals who are making a positive impact in their community.
A group of Brightspot volunteers headed over to Buzz Aldrin Elementary School earlier this month to help the school expand its ability to provide outdoor learning experiences.
For the past two months I have worked as an intern at Perfect Sense, producing content for the Perfect Sense website and Inspire Confidence. The amount of trust and responsibility I have been given has provided me with newfound confidence in my writing and interpersonal skills.

Careers

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