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Summary of Position: As The Princeton Review’s Campus Representative, you will be the vital link between your school campus and our local office. Campus Representatives are essential to our ability to forge new relationships and nurture existing ones. They serve as our primary points of contact with student groups, increase our digital footprint on campus and execute various on-campus marketing activities. You will be the brand’s biggest fan and influencer on campus, utilizing social media to promote our events and programs. As an advocate for The Princeton Review, you will help students figure out how we will best prep them to ace their tests. In fact, our Campus Representatives are the primary reason many students enroll in our test prep programs!
Although the responsibilities of the position vary week-to-week, the time commitment is typically in the range of 5 to 7 hours per week.
Effectively utilize social media to increase awareness of TPR’s brand, events and courses
Coordinating with student group leaders on campus to form partnerships and attend meetings
Establishing relationships with advisors and key campus contacts
Helping plan, organize and attend online and on-campus events
Digital and physical postings on campus
Lead generation for TPR through campus networking and events
Manning a TPR booth at events and conferences
Proctoring free practice test events
Additional duties assigned as necessary
Education, Background, Experience & Qualifications:
Desired Skills & Experience:
At least an undergraduate sophomore
Familiar with student groups on your campus
Familiar with a variety of social media channels and experience with social media promotion
Self-motivated, flexible, go-getter, and proactive personality
Pre-Law, Pre-Health, Pre-Business majors strongly encouraged to apply
Familiarity with standardized tests (like the SAT, ACT, MCAT, LSAT, GRE), College Admissions, Medical Admissions, or Graduate Admissions is a plus!
Strong organization and time-management skills
Strong communication skills and experience either in marketing or providing presentations
Able to work independently
Basic computer skills (E-Mail, Excel, and Word)
The Princeton Review is an Equal Opportunity Employer and maintains a drug-free workplace.