Pros: meeting prospective students with interesting life stories.
Cons: competitiveness, hostile work environment, poor training, awful supervisor, selling lies, having a job that promotes poor ethics.
Prepare yourself to have a vicious pack of wolves released on you. Instead of wanting to better the lives of students all that matters is the quota. Your co workers will be the first tell your supervisor about your every minor mistake during training, and will harass you for calling the leads that were assigned to you. The supervisors will train you – more... by contradicting themselves constantly to try whatever manipulative strategies they want to try to enroll students that week. They will tell you to try a strategy then tell you how wrong you were for doing it. This is a sales job in which you will be highly skilled in the ways of stalking uninterested leads via high volume phone calls. The number one priority is to meet the quota even if that means enrolling unmotivated students who will drop out after a week. Or enroll those who can't afford the expense of college in the first place and sign them up for years of debt. Stay away! – less