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Field Academic Advisor

Revolution Prep LLC Denver, CO +5 locations

The most effective sales consultants tend to be highly educated members of highly educated and typically affluent communities where education is… Glassdoor


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Operations Coordinator

Revolution Prep LLC Santa Monica, CA

include: • Play a significant role in long-term planning, including an initiative geared toward operational excellence. • Continuous… Glassdoor


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Copywriter

Revolution Prep LLC Santa Monica, CA

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Professional Tutor

Revolution Prep LLC Austin, TX +7 locations

• Deliver exceptional one-on-one instruction to students grades 6-12 in a variety of academic subjects • Create… Glassdoor


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    Don't do it. Seriously, the good reviews are probably fake.

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    Former Employee - Client Relations Manager in Santa Monica, CA
    Former Employee - Client Relations Manager in Santa Monica, CA

    I worked at Revolution Prep full-time (less than an year)

    Pros

    Really liked my co-workers a lot

    Great location

    Good basic experience of getting on the phone, talking to people

    Cons

    Any job, since they've changed the title of the role several times, involving "client relations" or "client management" or "relationship management" is a glorified term for call center employee.

    I graduated from a top university and to cut to the chase, this was probably the most unprofessional environment I've ever seen.

    So my boyfriend says my education is irrelevant (probably pretentious) but the point is they attract intelligent, bright and passionate recent grads into a role that is completely a grind- not in a good way. I agree with the other reviews from experience that they oversell the position and recruit from outside of LA/California and people do get stuck or complacent, it's sad. Luckily, they let me go and I ended up at top companies like Amazon and Zillow. So that worked out.

    My manager was very unliked by our team, because he simply lacked respect and leadership qualities that the company's mission inspires- super power trippy as another review points out. It is absolutely true they make you work overtime and on weekend shifts to answer calls from customers that are looking to find their Saturday morning classes or have logistical questions - many times the room numbers weren't evident, a small example of lack of organization. Customers had to wait over 45 minutes to reach someone on the 1800 number we answered all day, not a great customer experience.

    Then again it wasn't a wonderful employee experience either. I'd say I enjoyed about 10% of it. If you're desperate for 35k as a base, know that there are other opportunities out there. I would have rather worked at McDonalds.

    Total chop shop and high turnover in every department. If you don't believe me, do a LinkedIn search for employees there and survey the average tenure for yourself.

    On a happy note, my immediate coworkers were super great.

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