We Are EduSource

Two brands. One mission. One company.

Passionate about tech & automation.

Passionate about training the next generation.


Our story starts in 2012, with two college roommates that had a big dream and a company named “EduSource.”

We still use that name to represent the earn & learn apprenticeship branch of our company. 

But for our process automation branch, we now go by the name RoboSource, because it more accurately portrays what we do day-to-day. That is, automating processes using tools like RPA and custom software. And using those automation projects to train the next generation.

Our Why:

EduSource is dedicated to training the next generation of tech workers.

Our passion lies in training people in the world of technology (and especially those who may not have had the opportunity otherwise). We believe people learn best from working on REAL projects, with other REAL developers, so that’s exactly what we do. Our teams include full-time software engineers working alongside our apprentices, and they practice excellence in software artisanship by completing custom software and data analytics projects. 

It’s a win-win-win. Great experience for our apprentices, a talent pipeline for us, and less-expensive software options for our clients.

Core Values

One chilly spring, the EduSource Leadership Team set out to define Core Values. We decided that two things were important to us:

  1. The Core Values mean something. They aren’t just something we stick on our wall. We use them daily and hire by them and make decisions based on them.
  2. They are sticky. You know, the kind of thing you’ll remember. We purposely decided against words like TEAM WORK, CUSTOMER SERVICE, or INTEGRITY. We wanted values that told a story.

We think we were successful on both accounts, and as a result, everything we do at EduSource is driven off our Core Values, which are shown here to the left. We know – they are a little unusual. You can read the story behind them here.

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