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Solving the world’s challenges by helping people access their Second-to-None potential.

What started as a summer camp for middle school students in 2009, has turned into a global education technology company. 



Our Mission

Solve the world’s challenges by helping every person access their unlimited potential.

Our Vision

Empower every youth with the mindset and skills to thrive in life.

What We Do

Provide organizations and individuals with tools, courses and content to help youth become leaders, creators and entrepreneurs.


220 stands for

220 Second to None

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Our Team

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Matthew Moheban

Co-Founder, CEO

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Joseph Moheban

Co-Founder, COO

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Jenni Robbins

Chief Strategy Officer

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Kristen Costello

Director of Customer Success

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Maddie Biggerstaff

Director of Growth

Why We Started 220

This company is a reflection of our personal journey.

As brothers growing up, we were fortunate to learn the skills youth need to be successful. But we learned many of these skills outside of the classroom- from our parents, family, teachers we were lucky to have, coaches, mentors and extracurricular experiences.

These skills helped us carve our own path and live out our dream of becoming entrepreneurs.


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The last time Joseph let Matthew behind the wheel

But we realized that we were the exception- that many youth, especially from underprivileged backgrounds, were not getting this "education" because it isn't part of the Core 40 curriculum.

Youth are always going to be starting in different places, with advantages or disadvantages. But that doesn't mean they don't have equally high potential, and the equalizer to help them get there should be education.

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One of our favorite things to do when we were just starting out was talk business on long walks through Chicago

We wanted to create a formal curriculum around the skills we were fortunate to learn, and that every youth needs to learn, to thrive in work and life.

Every youth has the ability to create their 220 (Second-To-None Life), and that's exactly what we try to help them do through our courses and services.

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Museum of Science & Industry Science Achievers Program

People thought we were nuts to leave banking and consulting jobs to start 220. You know what we realized in the process? Doing what we love made it worth it to rewrite that script.

Waking up every day to help students overcome their own limiting beliefs, teaching them to design, create and live their lives based on passion, excitement and fulfillment and seeing their faces when they begin to understand what’s possible in their life…THAT’S what gets us out of bed.

We work tirelessly to create opportunities for students to recognize and realize their 220 Life. And we wouldn’t have it any other way.

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National Afterschool Association Next Generation Leaders Recipients

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220 Gives Back: Helping Young Entrepreneurs

We've always admired brands who give back and make the world a better place through their core mission. Entrepreneurship has changed our lives for the better and we want for more people across the world see the power of entrepreneurship. So, each year, 220 donates 2.20% of net profits to support WagiLabs programs and students.

WagiLabs is an organization that uses its 100% free and open-source curriculum to teach entrepreneurship to young students across the world. WagiLabs helps students unlock curiosity, compassion, and courage to come up with ideas that “do good” to help people, animals, and the environment. Click here to learn more about WagiLabs.

Who We Serve

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  • Charter Schools
  • Urban High Schools
  • Rural High Schools
  • Counselor Training
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  • Afterschool Programs & State Networks
  • Youth-Serving Nonprofits
  • Summer Learning
  • Sports-Based Youth Development
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Workforce Development

  • Local, Regional & State Workforce Agencies
  • Community-Based Organizations
  • Opportunity Youth & Family Engagement
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College & Greek Chapters

  • Fraternities & Sororities
  • College Mentoring Organizations
  • High School Alumni Programs
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