If you were in charge, what would you do to make The Princeton Review a better place to work?
Offer tutors advancement opportunities and reward hard work rather than knit-picking and allowing tutors to be mistreated by students.
I felt pretty good saying I worked for TPR. I was in college at the time and it worked really well with my schedule.
What tips or advice would you give to someone interviewing at The Princeton Review?
Show us that you can teach. At the interview phase, we don't care what you know about the material (we'll teach you the material!), we want to know if we can put you in front of a group of students or not.
Would this be a good part time job for a highschool senior who earned a 35 on the ACT and has great interpersonal communication skills?
Nope. There is no future here, unless you own a franchise, which the typical highschooler is not going to be able to manage.
What is the vacation policy like at The Princeton Review? How many vacation days do you get per year?
I forget, I think contract workers have to organize their own vacations.