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Fiveable gives students the power of community to be productive anywhere, anytime. Think of us as "the hallways of the educational internet,” where students find and build study spaces. Students can create their own rooms, study with friends, and find study rooms that match their subject area or vibe. We believe that studying should be enjoyable, whether you do it on your own or with friends. In study rooms, you...



  • Take care

    We practice self-care, support each other, and prioritize the safety and well-being of students on our platform.

  • Keep it simple

    The problems are complex, but the solutions should be simple. Fiveable should make students' lives easier and simplicity in design will get us there.

  • Stay curious

    We are always asking questions, learning as much as possible, and experimenting with new solutions. We never know what might work until we try.

  • Be relentless

    This work is important. We have to work hard to overcome any challenges we face. We'll never give up in this pursuit of change for students.

Insider experiences

What's the biggest lesson you've learned at Fiveable?

Through Fiveable I learned how much my work is worth advocating for. Where I previously allowed my ideas to passively be shot down and modified, I now feel comfortable promoting ideas, giving suggestions, and giving healthy criticism.

How do you keep learning at Fiveable?

By continuing to solve problems that often feel outside of my comfort zone — at the macro and micro level.

How do you keep learning at Fiveable?

I have fantastic adult role models both on and outside of my team.

Amanda DoAmaral
Co-Founder & CEO
Tán Ho
Co-Founder & COO
  • Part time staff members

    22 members

  • Full time staff members

    20 members

  • Product Department

    15 members

  • Leadership Team

    8 members

Team announcement

Why Tán Making the Forbes 30 Under 30 is a Testament to Fiveable’s Community

Why Tán Making the Forbes 30 Under 30 is a Testament to Fiveable’s Community

One of the reasons Fiveable is able to grow and support young people in meaningful ways is because of the incredible community of supporters we’ve built along the way. We have so many people who will go to bat for us—starting of course with students but also encompassing investors, advisors, colleagues, and many more. It’s been almost four years since our founding and I continue to be blown away by this incredible team of advocates. Not only do they believe in us as leaders, but they believe in Fiveable’s understanding of community and its ability to create a more equitable future for students. And it’s that deep, ‘feel-in-your-gut’ belief in something that has led us to so many exciting milestones, including Tán’s recent inclusion in the prestigious Forbes 30 Under 30 list! The list highlights innovators and their ideas who are “bringing access and opportunity to the classroom and beyond.” That couldn’t be more fitting for Tán, who’s been advocating for students, particularly those from underrepresented communities, since day one. “If you told me ten years ago—or even two years ago—that my picture would be in Forbes magazine, I would have told you you’re crazy. Honored doesn’t even begin to describe how it feels to be on the Forbes 30 Under 30 list,” said Tán. “Growing up as a first generation Asian American in a low-income household, the expectation in my family was always that you had to work hard to get ahead…but when it came to education, I saw a system that wasn’t designed for me, and the effects of that. It’s that perspective that made building Fiveable a no-brainer.” You may know that Tán and I met on Reddit just four years ago and that he was employee #1. Upon hearing my idea for Fiveable—yet to be a fully crafted company vision or even product roadmap—he moved across state lines, started working (essentially for free) and became my strongest, most trusted ally. A fire within him ignited and he has been head down researching, building, and advocating ever since. I’ve had to make so many tough decisions since starting the company, but naming him co-founder last year was by far one of the easiest. For us, Forbes is more than just a logo to add to our website or Tán to add to his LinkedIn profile. It’s a testament to the impact he’s had (and will continue to have) and to our community of advocates pushing for us everyday—on social media, in investor meetings, and in passing conversations. Tán and I have been fortunate enough to share some ‘champagne-popping worthy’ moments together. That day in December when the list published was one of them.

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