Mission: “To accelerate learning for all children and adults of all ability levels and ethnic and social backgrounds, worldwide.”
Renaissance was created in the basement of Judi and Terry Paul’s central Wisconsin home in 1986. Then and now, we believe that more than anything, teachers shape student outcomes. Like teachers, we are problem solvers in the service of learning. For us, innovation is rooted in purpose: provide relevant, responsive solutions for educators and their students.
“Our primary purpose is to accelerate learning for all children and adults of all ability levels and ethnic and social backgrounds, worldwide.”
We believe everyone can be a successful learner, and it is our conviction that empowering teachers is integral to school success. We are a company founded by parents, upheld by educators, and enriched by scientists who all know that learning is a growth process: a continual journey from year to year and for a lifetime. Every student should have the chance to reach his or her full potential.
We light their path toward growth.
At Renaissance, you'll join a global leader in helping K–12 educators use technology and analytics to accelerate learning for all. Our 900+ dedicated professionals develop and support world-class products that are used in over one-third of U.S. schools and more than 60 countries worldwide. By delivering deep insight into what students know, what they like, and how they learn, our products are helping educators make an impact on the lives of millions of students.
If you're looking for an innovative company with a unique mission, a refreshing culture, and a great opportunity for career growth, you've found the right place.
I have been working at Renaissance Learning full-time (Less than a year)
They really know how to take care fo their employee's from benefits to extra incentives.
Fast paced atmosphere.
Plenty of growth opportunity
Friendly and respectful coworkers.
Some processes are a quite a bit confusing to learn for new people.
Advice to Management
Keep up the good work.
I applied in-person. The process took 7+ weeks. I interviewed at Renaissance Learning (Minneapolis, MN) in March 2015.
Applied at U of M job fair. I was contacted a month later for an on-site interview. Interview consisted of a hard skills testing session with 3 engineers. We discussed how to implement an AI to play battleship. Wrote a lot of pseudo code, was mostly centered on problem solving skills.
Second interview was with the competency manager. Mostly talked about personal attitude towards coding and work in general. The goal seemed to be to see if I would be a fit for the sort of office culture they were trying to cultivate.