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Not technically a 401k because it's a non-profit

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The average College Board salary ranges from approximately $36,137 per year for a Graduate Student to $271,695 per year for a Vice President. The average College Board hourly pay ranges from approximately $17 per hour for a Graduate Student to $72 per hour for a Senior Software Engineer. College Board employees rate the overall compensation and benefits package 3.9/5 stars.

The highest-paying job at College Board is a Vice President with a salary of $271,695 per year.

The lowest-paying job at College Board is a Graduate Student with a salary of $36,137 per year.

College Board employees attributed a compensation and benefits rating of 3.9/5 stars to their company. Read what they think about their salaries on our Compensation FAQ page for ​College Board​​.

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Warmest holiday wishes to all our community of employees, members, professionals, and partners! We are grateful for your impact and are excited for the new year ahead. A highlight of 2022 was our first-in person Forum since 2019, where 1,500 people gathered to discuss how we can increase student engagement and clear a path for all students to own their futures.
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