Graduation Alliance
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About the company

  • CEO
    Ron Klausner
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    $1M to $5M (USD)
  • Industry
  • Headquarters
    310 S. Main St., 12th Floor, Salt Lake City, UT 84101
  • Link
    Graduation Alliance website
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Rating overview

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Enrollment Counselor in Remote
on October 6, 2021
Overall, job compensates well if you get the normal amount of enrollments which is not hard to do. Work from home is nice but the work itself is incredibly boring and feels a bit misleading offering families free academic support when the coaches only really text families and no actual tutoring.
Teacher in Cincinnati, OH
on August 4, 2022
Excellent people and work environment! The potential to explore a growing sector of the education business is unmatched at this company. There are many opportunities for advancement within once you’ve got yourself established.
Senior Academic Counselor in Remote
on July 19, 2022
This company has been a complete blessing. The managers dedicate themselves to their teams and how they can improve performances and their wellbeing. This is the best company I have worked with. Over a year on the job and looking for more!
Coach in WFH
on June 17, 2022
As a new hire I experienced large student loads, summer staff layoffs and nepotism. The change that can be made is encouraging but the administration and culture is less than and needs major overhauling if the program wants to continue.
Academic in Remote
on May 4, 2022
The GoodIt is a remote job with flex schedule. I was blessed to have a manager who wasnt a micro manager. The badThe metrics. It was unrealistic and stressful. Clearly, this job is only about the numbers and getting your bonuses. The uglyThe reason why I left because these families needs more than just giving resources. These families needed assistance and Tutoring. Something I couldnt provide because I had too many kiddos on my caseload. Also this place is the epitome of neopotism. The managers hired their friends.

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Interview is easy
Process takes about a week

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I was asked about my education and professional background, how I would handle various student support concerns, what my vision for my position in the company was, and various questions about my interests and hobbies (in order to establish a "cultural fit").

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