I worked as Enrollment Coordinator for 7 months. They basically give you two days of training. After that they give you a list of people to call, depending on what country youve been assigned to. However, its up to you to sell the program, doesnt matter if the country (like venezuela) is facing hardships; you have to sell it. Co-workers are awesome. Its fast-paced and individual achievements are not recognized. The manager is manipulative and easily picks favorites. You are not paid enough for what you do. As there are always deadlines and everything unorganized. You work more than youre paid and no opportunity for growth. If you work monday-friday (and sometimes you work saturdays to make deadlines) you will make $1400 after taxes, $700 every 2 weeks. For people just wanting a minor side job, its good.
sometimes you get paid lunch