Company:The Princeton Review
Location(s):111 Speen St
Industry:Education / Training
Size:500 or more
A Career at The Princeton Review
The Princeton Review is looking for smart, kind, confident, energetic people…
Do you feel comfortable wearing many hats and enjoy constant change? Do you have a quick wit, a great work ethic, and serious gumption? We may be the place for you. The Princeton Review has full-time and part-time (Teachers, Campus Representatives and Proctors) positions available.
The Princeton Review is an oddly compelling place.
Who We Are
It's actually an easy question to answer at The Princeton Review. We are a company dedicated to the simple mission of being great teachers. We were founded by women and men who were passionate about teaching and our offices are run today by individuals who love to watch, and help, students learn.
As we have expanded, first with our merger with Penn Foster and more recently in our joint venture with the National Labor College, we have stayed true to our mission to help people achieve their aspirations through education.
While we were founded in 1981, these last 10 years have seen the greatest set of changes in the way people want to learn since the invention of the chalkboard. The advent of podcasts, online courses, webcasts, web-based tutoring and even live chat learning has blazed a marvelously bright path through the educational forests, and we're frankly, tickled pink. Learning new and exciting ways to teach students in these new modalities is like offering apple sauce to an infant - we gobble all of it up, smile beatifically and beg for more.
After all, what is better for a company of teachers than to be given new tools and ways to help people learn?
Welcome to The Princeton Review. We think you'll enjoy your stay with us.
What We Do
The Princeton Review helps students, parents, and educators achieve the best results at every stage of their educational careers. By focusing on preparation and practice, we help students improve their performance in the classroom and on standardized tests. Through our website, we help parents, teachers, students and schools navigate the complexities of school admissions.
Test Preparation Services
Our PSAT®, SAT®, SAT Subject Tests, ACT®, AP® subject, GMAT®, GRE®, LSAT®, MCAT®, USMLE, and TOEFL test preparation programs accommodate students on every budget and every schedule, with classroom courses in 41 states and 21 countries, online and school-based courses, one-on-one tutoring and small group instruction, software, books, and cutting-edge apps. We also publish a series of test preparation books, including the best-selling Cracking the SAT.
Whether students are embarking on their first PSAT or on the way to law or medical school, The Princeton Review helps them get the best score possible.