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With State Grant, The College Board Expands Reston Town Center Footprint

by RestonNow.com May 22, 2018 at 1:00 pm 1 Comment

The College Board is expanding its offices in Reston Town Center and adding 120 new jobs with the help of a $750,000 state grant.

The nonprofit organization, which administers the SAT and other college exams, has more than 600 employees at its Reston headquarters (11955 Democracy Drive). The company has one other main office is in New York City, along with several regional offices.

“Fairfax County has been a great home for The College Board,” wrote Jeremy Singer, the chief operating officer at The College Board, in a statement. “Our team in Reston will continue to play a critical role in our efforts to a clear a path for students in Virginia and across the country to own their futures.”

The Fairfax County Economic Development Authority worked with the Virginia Economic Development Partnership to secure the project. Grant funding came from the Commonwealth’s Opportunity Fund.

The company has added 74,000 square feet to its current offices in Reston.

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  • Arielle in NoVA

    So some of everyone’s SAT and ACT fees are going into Boston Properties’ pockets? And/or state money? Greeeeeeat. >:(

    Seriously though, are there any rules about state money and parking fees?

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