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- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
Mission: The mission of the National Student Clearinghouse is to serve the education and workforce communities and all learners with access to trusted data, related services, and insights.
Founded in 1993 by the higher education community, the National Student Clearinghouse® relieves the administrative burdens and costs related to student data reporting and exchange.
We are a 501(c)(6) nonprofit and nongovernmental organization and the leading provider of educational reporting, data exchange, verification, and research services. The services we offer have been provided at the request of our participating institutions to enable them to better serve their students. Our work — performed in a trusted, secure and private environment — provides numerous time- and cost-saving benefits to students, schools, administrators, and requestors.
Through our research arm, the National Student Clearinghouse® Research Center™, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, we provide educators and policymakers with accurate longitudinal data on student outcomes to enable informed decision making.
Our informal and friendly atmosphere encourages both teamwork and individual initiative. Clearinghouse employees enjoy competitive compensation and benefits, along with a high-performance and supportive working environment. We look for employees who are happy, energetic, smart, and like to help others.
The Clearinghouse values high performance and exceptional customer service while being a recognized leader in work-life balance and one of the best places to work for commuters.
I have been working at National Student Clearinghouse full-time (Less than a year)
The CEO Ricardo Torres truly care about his employees. Great medical benefits, excellent 401k additional days off and with the coronavirus Mr. Torres send every single employee to work from home.
I have not encounter any issues so far.
I applied online. I interviewed at National Student Clearinghouse.
The interview was conducted online, and asked pretty generic interview questions. You were given a certain number of attempts to record an answer to a question while on video. I personally don't see the point of limiting the number of times you can record your answer, but it didn't really have an impact on me because I was happy with my recordings by second attempt for every question. It is nice that, in my case at least, I was given unlimited time to prepare my answer.
Veteran Hiring Commitment
Committed to helping America's military veterans find work
Pay Equality Pledge
Committed to paying equitably for equal work & experience
Tech Hiring Commitment
Helping to train, hire and promote more technology workers
Career Advancement Program
Helping employees "upskill" into higher-paying positions
Has programs that support a diverse and inclusive workforce