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30+ days ago

Tutor.com Online Tutor (Independent Contractor)

Tutor.com New York City (18th St & 11th Ave)

Truenorthlogic, the leading provider of comprehensive human capital management systems for K-12 education agencies selected MyLivePD Online Coaching… Glassdoor

15 days ago

Software Developer

Tutor.com New York, NY

Tutor.com is the world leader in online tutoring services. Every day, we help thousands of students with test prep, homework, essays, and exams. As… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Mentor Manager Science Education (Part-time)

Tutor.com New York, NY

Working in a team setting to: • Provide direction and develop implementation strategies for changing trends in science education. • Work with… Glassdoor

28 days ago

Sr. Designer, Mobile Products

Tutor.com New York, NY

We are looking for a Senior Designer of Mobile Product to design mockups, user flows and create impactful user experiences. You will work with… Glassdoor

2 days ago

.Net Software Engineer – new

Tutor.com New York, NY

The Princeton Review and Tutor.com are the world leaders in test prep and tutoring services. Every day, we help thousands of students with test prep… Glassdoor

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    Awesome company culture with a ton of really nice and smart people. Fulfilling mission helping students succeed. Beautiful office in the IAC building. Tons of opportunity to move up, if you're flexible and willing to work hard. Ridiculous snack bar selection, ping pong tables, and other dot-com amenities.


    IAC building is gorgeous, but not the easiest commute unless you live on the west side.

    Somewhat understaffed (everyone wears a lot of different hats and has more work to do than hours to do it in), so maybe not the best environment for people more used to a big-company culture where folks have clearly and narrowly defined roles. But awesome if you're comfortable in a more startup-esque environment.

    Not really a con (more of a piece of advice): Culture can seem a bit cliquey at times, but if you put in even a token effort to be friendly, you're in the clique. Just put yourself out there.

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    Don't lose focus on existing clients and product lines as you expand the business - keep staffing these businesses up too! But overall, keep on rocking.

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