Career Opportunities

Member schools may list open positions on our website. Please complete our form to have a position included here.
Non-member schools interested in listing a job opening should contact Emmi Harward, ACCIS Executive Director. 

Academy of the Holy Names, College Counselor - FL
The Agnes Irwin School, College Counselor - PA
All Saints' Episcopal School of Fort Worth, Assistant / Associate Director of College Advising - TX
The Archer School for Girls, Associate Director of College Guidance
- CA

Avenues: The World School, Director of Admissions and Enrollment Management Shenzhen, China
Avenues: The World School - New York, Dean of Students & College Counselor, Grades 10-12 - NY
The Bishop's School, Associate Director of College Counseling - CA
Cape Henry Collegiate, Associate Director of College Counseling - VA
Colledge LLC, Admissions Manager(Online) Homebase: Los Angeles, California
College MatchPoint, College Consultant - Remote
Collegewise, College Counselor (full and part-time) Nationwide and Remote
Community School of Naples, Associate College Counselor - FL

de Toledo High School, Associate Director of College Counseling and Associate Dean of Academic Advisement - CA
Deerfield Academy, College Advisor - MA
The Downtown School: A Lakeside School, Director of College Counseling - WA
Francis W. Parker School, Director of College Counseling - IL

The Frederick Gunn School, Assistant/Associate Director of College Counseling - CT
Friends' Central School, Associate Director of College Counseling - PA

Georgetown Day School, Assistant/Associate Director of College Counseling - DC
The Harpeth Hall School, Associate Director of College Counseling - TN
The Harpeth Hall School, Director of College Counseling - TN

The Hewitt School, Director of College Guidance - NY
Holy Innocents' Episcopal School, Associate Director of College Counseling - GA

Kents Hill School, Director of College Counseling - ME
The Lovett School, Associate Director of College Counseling - GA
Memphis University School, Assistant / Associate Director of College Counseling - TN
Park Tudor School, Director of College Counselor - IN
The Pine School, Director of College Counseling - FL

Sage Hill School, Associate/Assistant Director of 9th and 10th Grade College Counseling - CA
St. Anne's-Belfield School, Assistant/Associate Director of College Counseling - VA
Strake Jesuit College Preparatory, College Counselor - TX
Trinity Hall, College Counselor - NJ

UCEazy, Online College Counselor - Remote
Whitefield Academy, Associate Director of College Counseling - GA

*non-member listing 

St. Anne's-Belfield School
Location: Charlottesville, VA
Position:  Assistant/Associate Director of College Counseling
Start Date:  August 1, 2021

St. Anne's-Belfield School in Charlottesville, Va. is on a mission to educate the next generation of exemplary citizens and visionary leaders. With more than 850 students age 2 to Grade 12, families choose St. Anne's for its vibrant, child-focused community where teachers inspire learning in, and are in turn inspired by, their students. We seek an enthusiastic and collaborative professional to join our Office of College Counseling. This person will be joining a 100+ year-old educational community that develops exemplary, ethical, and engaged citizens who positively impact the world. The College Counseling team is instrumental in supporting students' high personal aspirations and empowering their full potential.

Position summary: The successful candidate will work as a member of the college counseling team, guiding St. Anne's-Belfield students and their families through all aspects of the college process. This is a 10-month faculty position, and reports to the Director of College Counseling.

For full position description, please follow this link  to our website. 

Park Tudor School
Location: Indianapolis, IN
Position:  Director of College Counseling
Start Date:  July 1, 2021

Park Tudor is an independent school in Indianapolis, Indiana that prides itself on upholding a tradition of academic excellence that began in 1902. As a college preparatory school for children ages 3 through grade 12, we provide an exceptional learning environment where children are encouraged to explore opportunities, exceed expectations, and expand possibilities. Small class sizes, a safe and caring atmosphere, and numerous extracurricular activities that include the arts and athletics, ensure that each child at Park Tudor receives a unique educational experience catered to his or her individual passions. 

Position summary:  Park Tudor is currently seeking an experienced and dynamic Director of College Counseling. Responsible for overseeing the college counseling program for grades 9 through 12, the Director of College Counseling will work with a team to plan, implement and evaluate Park Tudor’s comprehensive program to assist students as they navigate the college admission process. This position also frequently consults with the Park Tudor administrative team and student support team. 

Park Tudor School offers excellent pay and a comprehensive benefit package. Our professional development focuses on mind, brain, and education research and application, Equity and Inclusion, and Community Engaged Learning. Professional development opportunities are also available for participation in conferences, workshops, and membership in professional organizations. Park Tudor is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Those who would add to the diversity of our staff are strongly encouraged to apply.

Interested candidates should send their cover letter and resume to [email protected] and complete the online job application. Please ensure you provide the names and phone numbers of three references who can speak to your abilities for this position.

For full position description, please follow this link  to our website.

Francis W. Parker School
Location: Chicago, IL
Position:  Director of College Counseling
Start Date:  August 1, 2021

Francis W. Parker School is a renowned JK-12th grade independent day school. Founded in 1901 on the tenets of progressive education, the school currently enrolls 940 students and employs 200 dedicated faculty and staff members who, in addition to assistant teachers, substitute teachers and coaches, work together to ensure that the School lives up to its Mission to “educate students to think and act with empathy, courage and clarity as responsible citizens and leaders in a diverse, democratic society and global community.” Learn more about our history and educational philosophy, The Three Pillars of Parker here.

We are currently seeking a skilled and experienced Director of College Counseling, responsible for developing and leading a successful, mission-driven, college counseling process, guiding students through the transition from high school to post-secondary education. The Director works both individually and collaboratively with other members of the College Counseling staff to meet the needs of the students, their families, college representatives, faculty and administrators. Essential to the position is an understanding of, and belief in, Parker’s mission and the ability to view, communicate, and implement the college counseling process through this lens. With the focus on counseling not placement, the Director will utilize and optimize the collective knowledge of colleges and universities, and the application and financial aid process, to assist students in identifying and enrolling in schools where they will thrive.

For full position description, please follow this link to our website.

To apply, please submit cover letter with resume and salary requirements by email or fax (no telephone inquiries please) to:
Laureen Sweers, Director of Human Resources
[email protected]
fax: 773.549.4430

Trinity Hall
Location: Tinton Falls, NJ
Position:  College Counselor
Start Date:  July 1, 2021

Trinity Hall, an independent all-girls high school of approximately 300 students in central NJ, is seeking a college counselor with at least three years of experience in high school college counseling and/or college admissions. The College Counselor will join a collaborative, student-focused, full-service college counseling team, which currently consists of a Director of College Counseling and additional College Counselor, in guiding students and their parents through all aspects of an effective college advisement program throughout their years at Trinity Hall. The ideal candidate must have exceptional communication, counseling, organizational, and writing skills, as well as extensive knowledge of the college application process. Applicants should also be enthusiastic to join a collaborative, supportive, dynamic, professional, and mission-driven faculty dedicated to empowering and educating young women to be future leaders.

For full position description, please follow this link to our website.

The Bishop's School
Location: La Jolla, CA
Position:  Associate Director of College Counseling
Start Date:  August 1, 2021 

Founded in 1909 and affiliated with the Episcopal Church, The Bishop’s School is an independent, coeducational college-preparatory day school for 800 students in grades six through twelve located on a historic campus in the heart of La Jolla, just 10 miles north of downtown San Diego. With a student-teacher ratio of approximately 9 to 1, Bishop’s is known for academic, artistic, and athletic excellence while celebrating character development, diversity, inclusion, and belonging. As one of the premier independent schools in California, The Bishop’s School attracts a talented, diverse, and highly motivated student body. This year’s applicant pool drew from 72 zip codes and 168 middle and high schools throughout San Diego County and beyond. New students came from 74 different schools, and many students commute more than an hour each way to access the benefits of a Bishop’s education. Students of color make up more than 48 percent of the student population and over $3 million is awarded in financial aid annually. 

Summary Description: For a position to begin August 2021, The Bishop’s School is seeking a dynamic, forward-thinking and experienced Associate Director of College Counseling to join a highly functioning and collaborative team to guide students and parents through all aspects of the college selection, application and admissions process; design programs and workshops for students and families; conduct outreach and develop relationships with colleges, universities and other professional organizations; and reflect the mission and vision of The Bishop’s School. 

Desired Qualifications: A bachelor’s degree and a minimum of five years of experience in either college counseling or college admissions are required. 

Desired Qualities, Skills and Abilities:

  • An unequivocal passion for working with adolescents and supporting them in all facets of their lives;
  • Demonstrated commitment to and competency in diversity, equity and inclusion;
  • Ability to communicate effectively with students, parents, faculty, staff and administrators;
  • Strong work ethic and interpersonal skills;
  • High emotional intelligence;
  • Ability to function and collaborate effectively as part of a team;
  • Demonstrated ability to simultaneously manage numerous detailed tasks, anticipate and meet deadlines, use time effectively and problem-solve independently;
  • Irrespective of own religious orientation, ability to support the School’s mission and values as a school founded in the Episcopal tradition. 

The Bishop’s School offers competitive compensation including a full benefits package and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. 

For more information about The Bishop’s School, please visit

To apply and be considered, interested candidates should submit a cover letter, résumé, writing sample and contact information for three professional references (including name, phone number and email address) to [email protected] no later than Monday. April 26. 

The Pine School
Location: Hobe Sound, FL
Position:  Director of College Counseling
Start Date:  Fall 2021, flexible

Summary Description
The Pine School is seeking a full-time administrator to provide college counseling to our Upper School students. The Director of College Counseling is responsible for programming and leading the college application process beginning in 9th grade with grade level guidance and culminating in individual counseling that begins in 11th grade. As a small school, we only staff one college counselor; this position offers a great deal of autonomy and opportunity for the new Counselor to put a significant programmatic mark on how Pine School students approach and navigate the college counseling process. Additionally, there is an opportunity for the new Counselor to overlap with the current Counselor to receive training and achieve a smooth transition. The Pine School fosters a highly collaborative, enthusiastic and supportive professional culture; Pine’s new Director of College Counseling can look forward to working closely with the Academic Dean and School Registrar. 

Professional Qualifications
An undergraduate degree is required. Strong candidates will hold a Master’s degree in counseling, education or a related field, and will have worked in college counseling or college admissions for five or more years. It would also be a benefit to have worked or taught in an independent school. Applicants should have excellent verbal and written communication skills and be well-versed in technology so as to be able to navigate The Pine School’s student information system and Naviance. Above all, we are eager to welcome a new Director of College Counseling who is passionate about guiding high school students to college and doing so in a way that is unique to each student. 

Contact Person
Interested parties should submit a resume and letter of interest to Head of School Binney Caffrey at [email protected]. The letter will be used as a writing sample. 

Click here to view the full job description. Select this link to apply for this position.

The Agnes Irwin School
Location: Rosemont, PA
Position:  College Counselor
Start Date:  August 23, 2021

AIS's College Counseling department is seeking an experienced College Counselor to join our team for the beginning on August 23, 2021 for the 2021-2022 academic year on a part-time basis, with the anticipation of a full-time schedule from October through January. Committed to being a diverse community that fosters self-confidence and respect for others, the School prepares each student to learn, to lead, and to live a legacy. 

Please spread the word to those engaging and energetic professionals you know would be interested in working with a dynamic team and fantastic school community. Job description and BambooHR applications is available via this link.  

All Saints' Episcopal School of Fort Worth
Location: Fort Worth, TX
Position:  Assistant / Associate Director of College Advising
Start Date: July 1, 2021

Located on 147 acres in west Fort Worth, All Saints’ Episcopal School is a co-educational Age 3 - Grade 12 college-preparatory day school serving approximately 1,100 students who benefit from small class sizes, an outstanding athletic program, and an award-winning arts program. Read about what makes our Episcopal learning environment so dynamic by visiting
Assistant / Associate Director of College Advising
Reports to: Upper School Division Head, Dean of College and Academic Advising
Overview: All Saints’ Episcopal School is currently seeking a dynamic, innovative and collaborative educator who is passionate about working closely with talented students and supportive parents in the college admission process. The College Advising team partners enthusiastically with various campus constituencies and department, including faculty, admissions, athletics, arts, and advisory. The ideal candidate will have close experience in selective college admission, either as an admission office liaison or high school counselor/advisor. He or she will have a passion to engage and lead students in personal growth beyond college applications, and will contribute energy and ideas to students beginning in 9th grade. The Assistant / Associate Director is expected to attend all Upper School staff meetings, All-School staff meetings, and retreats, as well as participating in the life of the school.


  • Provide grade-level appropriate education to students and families about the college discovery, research, and admission process at regular intervals throughout the year, in both individual and group settings
  • Closely guide approximately 50 seniors throughout the process of preparing and providing applications for admission, scholarship and financial aid; this will include a junior family conference in the spring, thoughtful feedback on essays, applications and interviews throughout the admission cycle, and a letter of recommendation for each student in the employees case load
  • Stay abreast of relevant trends in admission, testing, enrollment, and education through research, college visits, and connection with college admission officers
  • Welcome interaction with underclassmen and their families
  • Collaborate with other departments (e.g., athletics, arts, faculty, marketing) in service of promoting All Saints' positively
  • Seek out and attend professional development opportunities
  • Assisting with at-school PSAT and PreACT test administration


  • Bachelor's degree
  • 3+ years experience in college admission (preferably selective and holistic admission)
  • A passion for inclusive, positive, and student-centered advising
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, namely in writing and presentation
  • A commitment to clear and helpful dialogue and engagement with students and families
  • Discretion and sensitivity when dealing with students, families and campus constituents
  • The genuine desire for professional growth
  • Experience with Naviance, Common App, Coalition App, and other frequently used software resources is a plus

Interested candidates should email a letter of interest and resume to:
[email protected]
Subject: Asst./Assoc. Director of College Advising

All Saints’ Episcopal School of Fort Worth is an equal-opportunity employer. All employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, gender, veteran or marital status, age, national or ethnic origin. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, veteran or marital status, age, or national and ethnic origin in administration of all phases of the employment relationship, including recruitment, advertising, hiring, promotion, demotion, layoff, termination, rates of pay, and all other forms of selection, training, and compensation.

Click here to view the full job description. Select this link to apply for this position.

Cape Henry Collegiate
Location: Virginia Beach, VA
Position:  Associate Director of College Counseling
Start Date: Summer 2021

Beginning with the 2021-2022 academic year, Cape Henry Collegiate is seeking applications for a full-time Associate Director of College Counseling. The Associate Director of College Counseling, in conjunction with the Director of College Counseling, is responsible for administering all aspects of the college counseling program. This person will guide Cape Henry students through a process of self-exploration that helps identify colleges and universities that fit the educational needs, financial ability, interests, and personalities of the student. Full details and application information can be found on our website, linked here

Deerfield Academy
Location: Deerfield, MA
Position:  College Advisor
Start Date: Summer 2021

Deerfield Academy announces a search for a full-time position as College Advisor.  The College Advisor works with individual students and their parents in the year long process of applying to college.  We’re looking for candidates who enjoy working with adolescents, bring the best out of their students, and are interested in working collaboratively with colleagues. As a private boarding school, Deerfield actively seeks to increase the diversity of its faculty and develop an inclusive community.

Click here to view the full job description. Select this link to apply for this position.

Holy Innocents' Episcopal School
Location: Atlanta, GA
Position:  Associate Director of College Counseling
Start Date: no later than August 1, 2021

Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School (HIES) is seeking an Associate Director of College Counseling. HIES is the largest Episcopal parish day school in the country, offering a fully accredited college preparatory program for students age three through 12th grade, with a graduating class of approximately 130 – 150 students per year.

The Associate Director will work with an experienced college counseling team that includes the Director of College Counseling, Associate Directors of College Counseling and the Registrar/College Counseling Assistant to provide a comprehensive college counseling program to Upper School Families. Competitive candidates will have a collaborative attitude, growth mindset, and a desire and willingness to embrace and communicate what makes Holy Innocents’ a special place in which to work and learn.

 For the full position description or additional information, please visit this link: 

Community School of Naples
Location: Naples, FL
Position:  Associate College Counselor
Start Date: August 1, 2021

Community School of Naples, an independent, college preparatory school in Southwest Florida, is currently seeking an Associate College Counselor. This position reports to the Dean of College Counseling and expands the College Counseling Office to four college counselors for an upper school of 360 students. The new Associate College Counselor will work closely with the current team to meet the needs of students in grades 9-12. 


  • Guiding all aspects of the college search and application process from grade 9 to 12, including meeting individually with students and parents and writing letters of recommendation on their behalf.
  • Meeting with groups of students and parents as they explore the college application process, including in advisory groups, class meetings, parent coffees, evening events, etc.
  • Assisting with college counseling sponsored programs and events for students and their parents.
  • Coordinating communication to the school community via innovative use of web-based tools, including the CSN website, social media, etc.
  • Visiting and developing relationships with college and university representatives through the coordination and booking of visits from over 70 college reps every year.
  • Maintaining electronic databases and updating student information in Naviance throughout the year, including standardized test scores, transcripts, letters of recommendation, etc.
  • Supporting other school initiatives and events, including standardized testing administration, academic ceremonies, graduation, etc.
  • Traveling out of state will vary from year to year, but will likely include both professional conferences (NACAC and SACAC) and college campus visits.
  • Supporting and leading all other efforts and initiatives of the College Counseling Office. 


  • Bachelor’s degree required.
  • Previous experience in a college admissions office or high school college counseling office is required.
  • Strong interpersonal, organizational, and writing skills.
  • Strong attention to detail, with the ability to meet important deadlines.
  • Ability to work effectively in a highly collaborative, high-stakes environment.
  • Commitment to participating in professional organizations, conferences, and college visits. 

Community School of Naples
CSN is one of the top independent, non-sectarian day schools in Florida and maintains a PreK3-12 school enrollment of 900 students. CSN students are consistently top-ranked when compared to all other Southwest Florida high schools when it comes to test scores, extracurricular activities, and college acceptances. New academic initiatives, such as the Scholars Program, AP Capstone Diploma, Global Exchange Program, and the Juliet Collier Sproul Center for Community and Global Impact ensure that both students and faculty have the opportunity to grow and develop into world-class thinkers and leaders. Recent campus improvements include the Institute for Science and Environmental Research (or ISER, where the College Counseling Office is housed), the John N. Allen Family Stadium, and the Student Union, which features a dining hall, lecture hall, and information commons. 

Compensation and Benefits
This position is a ten-month, administrative position for the 2021-22 academic year, with a start date of July/August 1. The position is paid on an annual salary commensurate with experience, degree attainment, and qualifications. All employees are eligible to participate in CSN’s generous 403(b) retirement program as well as Aflac, Legal Shield, and Pet Insurance. Full-time employees are eligible for our competitive benefits package, including medical, dental, vision, disability, AD&D, and life insurance. Please visit our website for more details about the benefits of a career at CSN. 

Please apply via our online application portal only, which allows for uploading of supporting documents. Please do not mail, fax, email, or drop off your materials. 

Click here to view the full job description. 

Please include a cover letter, resume, and references as well as instructions about contacting your current employer by attaching these documents to your application. If needed, cover letters and additional supporting documents may be emailed to [email protected]; they will be forwarded to the selection committee. 

• Community School of Naples is an equal opportunity employer.
• Fingerprinting and background checks are a required part of CSN’s employment eligibility process.

Memphis University School
Location: Memphis, TN
Position:  Assistant / Associate Director of College Counseling
Start Date: July 1, 2021

Memphis University School (MUS) – a school for boys in grades 7-12 in Memphis, Tennessee – is seeking an Assistant/Associate Director of College Counseling to join our dynamic and energetic team starting July 1, 2021. This position reports directly to the two Directors of College Counseling, Jenny Byers and Zach Hansen. 

The College Counseling team consists of two Directors, one Assistant/Associate Director, and a full-time administrative assistant. We are looking for a new teammate to become an active member of our collaborative group. We also work closely with the school’s academic departments, admissions, athletics, advancement, and social/emotional student support. We are fundamentally driven by maintaining our focus on the student experience, and we establish our relationship with students and families in the ninth grade. Each member of the team brings a unique background and extensive experience to the program. We are looking to incorporate a dynamic new voice into our conversations, and we are keen to maintain an authentic level of professional growth.

Click here to view the full job description. Select this link to apply for this position.

The Harpeth Hall School
Location: Nashville, TN
Position:  Director of College Counseling
Start Date: July 1, 2021

Harpeth Hall School seeks a dynamic, experienced, collaborative, and student-centered leader to serve as the Director of College Counseling. The Director oversees two Associate Directors, serves on the Leadership Team, and articulates and facilitates the vision for the college counseling program. The Director understands the value of forming meaningful relationships with students and families in order to help each girl find the best match in the college search process. The Director should advance the school’s mission and values and be a strong representative of Harpeth Hall within the college counseling and college admission field on a national level. Click here to view the full job description. Select this link to apply for this position.

Kents Hill School
Location: Kents Hill, ME
Position:  Director of College Counseling
Start Date: July 1, 2021

Kents Hill School is one of the oldest co-ed boarding schools in the country, located on 400 beautiful acres in Maine. We bring boarding and day students together from across the world to engage in self-discovery and growth, both in and out of the classroom. Diversity, equity, and belonging are integral to our community as we actively strive to be an anti-racist school through consistent and ongoing learning for all. Our caring and deeply engaged faculty members truly know each student, and because of that are able to create transformational experiences. With student-centered inquiry at its core, the academic curriculum merges the four dimensions of learning (knowledge, skills, character, and reflection) with PBL (project-based learning) to balance academic rigor with strong support. Students also have the opportunity to explore their passions in athletics and the arts and develop leadership potential with over 30 clubs and activities.

The Director of College Counseling reports to the Head of School and will plan, strategize, organize, and supervise the College Counseling Office team while also representing the School to the College community. They will create and execute a comprehensive, student-centered college counseling program based on best practices using group and individual meetings to teach students and families how to manage the college search and post-secondary planning process from a variety of lenses- outcomes, positive mental health, independent agency, realism and a clear understanding of the financial realities. This position will coordinate and collaborate with School faculty and administrators to educate and support both students and teachers in this process. A successful program will maximize communication to reduce stress and produce college outcomes that best suit each individual student and family.

For full position description, please follow this link to our website.

Avenues: The World School
Location: Shenzhen, China
Position:  Director of Admissions and Enrollment Management
Start Date: 8/1/21 or negotiated 

Avenues is excited to share this opportunity for an entrepreneurial, globally-minded and creative leader to join us as the Director of Admissions and Enrollment Management for Avenues Shenzhen. The senior leader in this role will spearhead our efforts in Shenzhen to identify, attract and admit qualified families to Avenues - leading in turn to enthusiasm and support for Avenues' further growth in Shenzhen and China. This role is responsible for raising awareness of Avenues Shenzhen, integrating our organization with the Shenzhen community and deeply engaging the families and students who will thrive in and enrich the first Avenues community in China. The Director of Admissions and Enrollment Management will join the senior leadership of Avenues Shenzhen and the global Experience team across Avenues.

For full position description, please follow this link to our website.

Friends' Central School
Location: Wynnewood, PA
Position: Associate Director of College Counseling
Start Date: September 2021

The Friends’ Central School seeks an Associate Director of College Counseling, beginning part-time in September 2021 and becoming full-time in January 2022. This position reports to the Director of College Counseling. The Associate Director is an integral member of the College Counseling team and participates in delivering all aspects of a comprehensive college counseling program; this includes working closely with students and families and supporting all program, activity, and operational needs of the College Counseling Office.
Primary Responsibilities:

  • Advise approximately 35 students and families per class in all aspects of the college search, selection, and application process
  • Write a comprehensive school letter of recommendation for each advisee
  • Maintain and contribute to regular email communications with 11th and 12th graders
  • Organize periodic class meetings with 11th and 12th graders
  • Meet with college representatives visiting Friends’ Central each fall
  • Develop and maintain relationships with college admission offices and colleagues
  • Visit colleges (10-15 per year) and attend regional and national conferences
  • Plan and implement day and evening programs for students and/or parents; topics may include admissions process, testing, athletics, financial aid, and more
  • Write about college counseling for internal and external constituencies (website, newsletters, etc.)
  • Utilize technology resources, especially Scoir, Canvas, and Kickstart
  • Organize the registration for, and administration of, the PSAT in the fall
  • Participate in faculty meetings, and other school duties as requested


  • Up-to-date knowledge of college admissions and the financial aid process
  • Selective college admissions experience strongly preferred
  • Superior written and oral communication skills
  • Enthusiasm, a sense of humor, and strong organizational abilities are essential
  • Proven ability to track and meet deadlines
  • Bachelor’s degree required

For more information on Friends’ Central School, please visit Qualified applicants should submit a cover letter, current resume, and three references. Please send those materials, with your files clearly named, to [email protected]

Sage Hill School
Location: Newport Coast, CA
Position: Associate/Assistant Director of 9th and 10th Grade College Counseling
Start Date: August 1, 2021

The Associate/Assistant Director of 9th and 10th Grade College Counseling will work directly and primarily with freshmen and sophomores and their parents regarding issues of academic advising and college counseling during their first two years at Sage Hill School and is responsible for developing and maintaining the 9th and 10th grade College Counseling Program.  Title to align with total years of experience.  

For full position description or additional information, please follow this link to our website. 

Georgetown Day School
Location: Washington, DC
Position: Assistant/Associate Director of College Counseling
Start Date: July 1, 2021

Georgetown Day School, an independent day school in Washington, D.C., invites applications for an Assistant/Associate Director of College Counseling. The College Counseling team at GDS is a mission-driven, collaborative group that guides students and families through the college process with a focus on wellness and balance. Our philosophy of equitable and accessible college counseling centers on student empowerment, self-advocacy and authentic self-reflection. The Assistant/Associate Director will work as part of a team, expertly guiding students to identify colleges and universities that match their goals and values, developing strong relationships with students and families, and providing sound advice at every step of the college process. As a diverse, inclusive school devoted to preparing our students to live and work in an increasingly globalized and multicultural society, GDS is particularly interested in professionals with demonstrated interest and experience in working in such a school setting.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Advising and supporting approximately one quarter of each class through all phases of the college process. Counseling students and families with empathy and compassion through the stresses and challenges of the college search, application and enrollment process.
  • Playing a key role in the development of an Anti-Racist college counseling program in collaboration with school leadership
  • Writing detailed, personal and incisive letters of recommendation in support of counselees
  • Communicating clearly and effectively with students and parents on all issues and trends related to college admissions, standardized testing and financial aid
  • Working closely with the College Counseling team to organize and run college counseling events and to develop new programming, including early engagement for ninth and tenth grade students 
  • Staying abreast of new programs and policies at colleges and universities through professional conferences, college tours, reading of relevant publications and networking
  • Developing and maintaining strong relationships with admissions officers at a wide array of colleges and universities
  • Representing GDS (its curriculum, mission and students) to colleges and universities in a manner that highlights the unique attributes of a GDS education
  • Participating fully in the life of the school through faculty meetings, in-service learning opportunities, and student advising.

Key requirements and qualifications: 
Successful candidates will have a minimum of 3-7 years of relevant experience in selective college admissions or college counseling and a B.A. or B.S. degree. Candidates must also possess excellent communication skills - be a strong writer, a compelling speaker, a thoughtful listener, and have strong time-management skills. Empathy, energy, flexibility, maturity, optimism and a strong work ethic will be highly valued in this position, as well as the ability to thrive in a dynamic and fast-paced office environment that encourages collaboration, mutual respect, compassion, and care.

Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, and list of three references using our online application system. To apply and to find out more about the school, candidates should visit our website.

Strake Jesuit College Preparatory
Location: Houston, TX
Position: College Counselor
Start Date: August 1, 2021

Strake Jesuit is currently seeking qualified applicants for the full-time faculty position of College Counselor. The College Counselor's duties include advising students on all issues pertaining to the college admissions process, preparing needed materials for that process, and otherwise supporting the college readiness of our students. The counselor meets regularly with his or her students and their families, and writes a highly personalized recommendation for each one. This position includes some travel to visit colleges and for professional development. Candidates must possess strong interpersonal communication and organizational skills as well as a genuine interest in working with students and parents to meet the needs of our diverse and active school population. A bachelor's degree is required. A master's degree, and experience in college admissions or college counseling, are strongly preferred. College Counselors teach College Readiness groups, as well as a single class in the academic area best suited to his or her education and experience. The successful College Counselor, like all Strake Jesuit faculty, is enthusiastically committed to our mission.

For full position description or additional information, please follow this link to our website. 

The Harpeth Hall School
Location: Nashville, TN
Position: Associate Director of College Counseling
Start Date: July 1, 2021

Harpeth Hall seeks a student-centered, experienced educator to serve in a full-time, twelve-month position as Associate Director of College Counseling, joining a team of three full-time College Counselors. The assigned caseload is approximately forty students in each class. 

Qualified candidates will have a bachelor's degree (master's preferred), experience in either selective college admission or college counseling, a desire to work with students, excellent writing and communication skills, the ability to coordinate and accomplish tasks in a deadline-driven environment, a strong sense of ethics, a desire to continue to grow as a culturally competent educator, sensitivity to the needs of students from diverse backgrounds, proficiency in Microsoft Office and Google Workspace, experience with SCOIR and Veracross preferred, a willingness to spend some evening and weekend hours in job-related duties as well as participating in or supporting school events and activities. The position includes some travel to colleges for counselor fly-in programs as well as professional conferences, such as SACAC, NACAC, and ACCIS. 

Click here to view the full job description. To apply for this position, complete an online application.

The Hewitt School
Location: New York, NY
Position: Director of College Guidance
Start Date: ASAP

Established in 1920 and located in New York City, The Hewitt School is an independent K-12 girls’ school whose mission is to inspire girls and young women to become game changers and ethical leaders who forge an equitable, sustainable, and joyous future. Hewitt empowers and expects our community members to embrace multiple points of view, to engage others with empathy and integrity, and to champion equity and justice in all areas of our lives. As a community, Hewitt is fully committed to a culturally diverse faculty, staff, and student body.

The Hewitt School seeks a director of college guidance. Hewitt’s college office consists of a full-time director and a part-time associate director, with a graduating class averaging 40-50 students. The director reports to the head of upper school/assistant head of school. In the spring of 2020, Hewitt launched a strategic vision which boldly calls for the school to redesign learning around transdisciplinary real-world challenges; to reimagine where school happens within the greater context of New York City; and to redefine women’s leadership.

In addition, Hewitt is one of the first high schools in the country to join the Mastery Transcript Consortium (MTC), which is currently developing a digital transcript that better reflects students’ “unique strengths, abilities, interests, and histories” and is attempting to rehumanize the college admissions process. This past summer, Hewitt faculty began redesigning curriculum using a standards-based learning approach, as part of our continued engagement with MTC. Our next director of college guidance will play an integral role in our continued evaluation of alternatives to the traditional transcript. 


  • Initiating regular meetings with class advisors and visits to class meetings and small-group advisories (grades 9-12) to guide an ongoing discussion of decision making, co-curricular aspects, ownership, and autonomy of the college process
  • Educating parents and guardians, faculty, and constituents on components of the college process — adolescent development and decision-making, shifting trends and policies in college admissions, standardized testing content and calendars — through group and individual meetings and online communication and updates
  • Guiding students and families in the college search, selection, application, and admission process through group, individual, and family meetings
  • Coordinating administration of the PSAT exam for Hewitt
  • Working with Private Prep in coordinating diagnostic testing for standardized testing during students’ sophomore year
  • Designing and teaching a college seminar course for spring juniors and fall seniors
  • Designing springtime transition-to-college workshops for seniors
  • Writing the school’s recommendation for two-thirds of graduating students and overseeing the process of compiling teacher recommendations, uploading transcripts, and submitting supplemental materials
  • Building on current knowledge of colleges, domestic and abroad, through College Kickstart data and other sources
  • Updating colleges about Hewitt and advocating for Hewitt students throughout the application process
  • Ensuring that The Hewitt School profile effectively conveys who we are as a school through collaboration with the communications and academic leadership teams
  • Working with the communications office to update the college guidance section of the school website
  • Representing Hewitt at relevant local, state, and national conferences and workshops and in NACAC, College Board, NAIS, NCGS, and ACCIS memberships
  • Scheduling speakers and college visitors to Hewitt to educate the school community about the college process, financial and merit aid, and particular colleges and universities 


  • A Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of three to five years of experience in an independent school and/or college admissions environment
  • Demonstrated commitment to anti-bias education and social justice
  • Interest in, and relevant first-hand experience of, the college admissions process and the marketplace
  • Must be a highly effective and engaging public speaker as well as a strong written communicator who is compassionate, flexible, and has a good sense of humor
  • Familiarity with standards-based grading and the Mastery Transcript
  • Experience with advocating for students and working with families
  • Experience with and a commitment to culturally responsive practice in working with students and families
  • A commitment to work with high school students through the college process in a manner that recognizes and highlights each student’s strengths and individuality
  • An appreciation for, and understanding of, the complexities of high school-aged young women is essential
  • Experience working with Google Suite for Education, including collaborating and editing with Docs, organizing and sharing resources with Drive, and fundamentals of spreadsheets


  • Inquiry-based pedagogy
  • Culturally responsive approach to teaching
  • Fluency in multiple student-centered instructional approaches
  • Commitment to participating fully in student life and the upper school community
  • Proven dedication to professional growth and purpose-driven practice
  • Professional practice and ability to model contemplation as part of intellectual exploration

TO APPLY: Please submit a resumé, cover letter, and examples of previous relevant work to [email protected]. Cover letters should reflect a careful reading of The Hewitt School’s website, including the school’s academic philosophy. Please reference the job title in the subject line of your email. No phone calls, please. Recruitment will remain open until the position is filled; applicants should apply as soon as possible for consideration.

The Hewitt School is an Equal Opportunity Employer. It has been and will continue to be a fundamental policy of the school not to discriminate on the basis of any category prohibited by applicable federal, New York State and/or New York City laws/regulations. This policy applies to all aspects of the employment process, including hiring, promotion, demotion, compensation/benefits, performance evaluations, disciplinary actions, training, working conditions, layoff, and termination.

For full position description or additional information, please follow this link to our website. 

The Lovett School
Location: Atlanta, GA
Position: Associate Director of College Counseling
Start Date: no later than August 1, 2021

With the recent transition of roles for Jessica Sant, newly named Chief Engagement Officer, and Anita Hua, newly named Director of College Counseling, The Lovett School has begun a search to identify a new Associate Director of College Counseling. We are excited to welcome a new member to our team. If you have questions, feel free to reach out to Anita Hua ([email protected]). For full position description or additional information, please follow this link

Location: Nationwide and Remote
Position: College Counselor
Start Date: May 1, 2021

  • Do you want your work to feel like a calling, one where you make a difference every day?  
  • Do you believe the college admissions process should be an exciting journey for families, not an anxiety-inducing rite of passage?  
  • Are you looking for the training, resources, and support to do the very best work of your career? 

 Collegewise is currently hiring nationwide. Check out our open positions here.

Collegewise is a college counseling company that offers just the right mix of advice, encouragement, and occasional cheerleading to help students get accepted to the right colleges for them (watch our short video about what we do and this one about how we work).  

From our supportive hive of more than 60 counselors who bring their hearts to work, to our best-in-class professional development (check out our College Counseling Master Class), to our mission-driven initiatives (read about our partnership with Reach Higher) and our scholarship program for under-resourced students, we’ve created a company where we can learn, have our voices heard, and do great work that matters.  

Let’s make a dent in the college admissions universe together! Learn more about us and our open positions here.

Colledge LLC
Location: (Online) Homebase: Los Angeles, California
Position: Admissions Manager
Start Date: March 8, 2021


Everybody’s looking for an edge in college admissions. At Colledge, we already have it, but we’re looking for more.

The premier college advisory group in the Los Angeles area needs an entrepreneurial, energetic, creative candidate for an entry-level position in college admissions consulting. This position offers great potential for growth and promotion and is perfect for someone looking to develop their career in college counseling while changing the world, one student at a time.  While the position is entry-level, experience in college admissions or college advising would be awesome. 

Colledge offers individualized, one-on-one counseling aimed at helping students and families find the right-fit colleges for them. We provide guidance on all aspects of the college admissions process, including the college list, extracurricular activities, essay work, test recommendations, college interviews, visiting colleges, and financial aid and scholarships.  The company was founded by Jenny Umhofer, who spent a decade in different highly selective college admissions offices.

The Admissions Manager will play a critical role in serving students and families by:

  • demonstrating interest in working one-on-one with high school students
  • thinking creatively about how to help and improve a growing college admissions advising company
  • bringing energy, enthusiasm, and a diligent work ethic to the job
  • working collaboratively within a team

The Admissions Manager will focus on the following areas of need:

  • Admission and Client Service: The Admissions Manager will work extensively with students and parents, advising, supporting, and yes, hand-holding. This role demands emotional intelligence, effective communications with both teens and parents, and a willingness to lean into the challenge of helping all kinds of students from all types of backgrounds with all manner of interests—artists, mathematicians, writers, scientists, gamers, procrastinators, coders, introverts, athletes, and students with learning differences. The position also requires engaging directly with college admissions offices, and learning independently about universities and college admissions trends.  The position requires compassionate, assertive communication with a diverse array of parents and students. 
  • Marketing and Administration: As a small business, Colledge depends on getting the word out, bringing clients in, and running things efficiently. The Admissions Manager will assist in operating the business—we especially value social-media savvy, presentation skills, customer service, design expertise, statistical data analysis, and proficiency with Word, Slack, PowerPoint, the Google Suite, and Excel.
  • Teamwork: What sets Colledge apart is its team approach to college admissions advice—each student has multiple Colledge professionals learning students’ passions, developing college lists, and reviewing applications and essays. This unique approach requires humility, collaboration, and an openness to working closely and positively with others.
  • Entrepreneurship: Colledge is a burgeoning business, and our team has a start-up mindset that thrives on dedication, constructively critical thinking about the company, individual investment in the business effort, and ownership of the challenge of building a small business.

Location: Los Angeles area preferred.  We are virtual, so working from home is the norm.

Salary range: $45,000 - $50,000

Benefits: Will contribute substantial monthly amount to individual medical and dental insurance plan obtained by employee. Includes three weeks paid vacation time per year, professional membership dues for relevant organizations, and travel expenses for professional development and networking.

Bonus: Meaningful, discretionary bonus may be paid at the end of the year.

Expectations: Normal work hours (on Pacific Standard Time), with occasional nights and weekends, some travel.

Application deadline is March 8th, at 2pm PST, with a start date in early April 2021. Interviews will be held virtually.

Please submit cover letter, resume, and references to [email protected] or call (626) 344-0332 to learn more.

Colledge LLC is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.\ 

The Downtown School: A Lakeside School
Location: Seattle, WA
Position: Director of College Counseling
Start Date: Summer 2021

The Downtown School, an independent 9-12 coeducational day school located near Seattle Center in Seattle, Washington is currently recruiting for a Director of College Counseling.

The ideal candidate will join a diverse team of colleagues who are energetic, creative, collaborative, and constantly exploring new ways of effectively serving students. The candidate will support students through the college search and application process; help keep the team abreast of trends and issues in the field; and present to students and families on the college application and selection process and on the landscape of highly selective college admissions and financial aid. The specific responsibilities of this position include:

  • Counsel, support, and mentor a diverse group of students and families through the college selection and application process each year, including building college lists, writing individualized and unbiased recommendations for all counselees, and providing feedback to students on their college essays;
  • Create a level of rapport, comfort, and an environment of trust with all students and families, including adapting their counseling practice, when necessary, to students' and families' varying cultural, financial and personal needs;
  • Present, sometimes on evenings and weekends, to students, families, teachers, and advisors about current trends, match, fit, and institutional priorities in the college application process;
  • Advise students and families on what makes college applications stand out;
  • Visit and expand The Downtown School's network with colleges and universities to learn about options for students and to further educate these institutions about The Downtown School;
  • Build a culture of inclusivity in the college process, including setting expectations for students and families on acting inclusively and equitably;
  • Create dynamic communications presentations for The Downtown School families.

In addition, the ideal candidate will be someone who embraces change and will eagerly embrace a learner's mindset.

Requirements and Qualifications

  • Demonstrated cultural awareness, including knowledge of themselves and the cultural lenses they bring to interactions. The candidate will understand different perspectives; interact respectfully with cultures other than their own; and cultivate meaningful relationships with people that have different cultural frameworks.
  • Bachelor's degree.
  • Three or more years of relevant experience in either selective college admissions or college counseling.
  • Excellent listening, counseling, communication, public speaking and technology skills.
  • Prior experience working with a diverse student population and demonstrated equity and inclusion mindset. Candidates should be aware of their own identity and biases, consider how privilege impacts the college process, possess an interest in hearing about the unique stories of all students, and take into account how students' college experiences vary according to racial, cultural, and financial backgrounds.
  • Knowledgeable or eager to learn about the cultural backgrounds that immigrant families bring to the process, equity and inclusion on college campuses, the financial pressures inherent to the college process, and about Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSIs), and Predominantly White Institutions (PWIs) that are affirming and supportive of specific groups.
  • Strong organizational and time management skills.
  • Some evening and weekend work is required.
  • Candidates must satisfactorily complete two criminal background checks.

Working At The Downtown School
The Downtown School: A Lakeside School is committed to sustaining a school in which individuals representing diverse cultures and experiences instruct one another in the meaning and value of community. To learn more about working at The Downtown School, please visit our Careers page on the The Downtown School: A Lakeside School website.

Academy of the Holy Names
Location: Tampa, FL
Position:  College Counselor
Start Date: July 1, 2021

The Academy of the Holy Names seeks a high school College Counselor for the 2021-2022 school year. This is a full-time, 10-month position commencing in August of 2021. The College Counselor reports to the Director of College Counseling and the High School Principal and is an integral part of an 8-person team offering a comprehensive program that includes academic support, social-emotional counseling, and career and college counseling to students in Grades 9-12. 

1. Bachelor’s degree and experience in college admissions and/or college counseling in an independent college-preparatory school.
2. Proficiency in MS Office, specifically Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and familiarity with using a student database for college admissions such as Slate, Naviance, Cialfo, and Maia Learning.
3. Excellent communication, writing, and public-speaking skills.
4. Availability to work evenings and weekends for special programming.
5. Ability to work collaboratively on a team with humility, patience, and a sense of humor.
6. Support the mission and goals of the Sisters of the Holy Names and the initiatives set forth by the AHN Board of Trustees. 

Position Responsibilities:
1. Guide students and families as they move through the college research, application, and selection process.
2. Possess in-depth knowledge of U.S. colleges, as well as an understanding of the evolving college admissions landscape.
3. Write succinct, relevant, and compelling letters of recommendation for each student.
4. Build and foster strong relationships with college and scholarship representatives to best advocate for your students.
5. Lead on-campus programs and workshops for parents, students, and college admissions representatives.
6. Assist with the administration of standardized testing.
7. Counsel students on course selection in conjunction with planning for college.
8. Prepare and conduct workshops on applying to college, resume building, and writing compelling and effective college essays.
9. Pursue on-going professional development by attending conferences and college tours.
10. Demonstrate proven ability to multi-task, organize events, shift gears, make decisions quickly and most importantly, have fun. 

The Academy of the Holy Names does not discriminate based on race, faith, nationality, or ethnic origin in its hiring process nor in the administration of educational policies, admission policies or tuition-assistance programs, athletics, or other school-administered programs. The school admits students of any race, faith, nationality, or ethnic origin, and gives to all student’s rights, privileges, programs, and activities accorded or made available to all members of the student body. In accordance with its mission, the school seeks a diverse population. The Academy of the Holy Names is a designated drug-free workplace. Offers of employment are contingent upon passing a drug screening and criminal background check. 

For full position description or additional information, please follow this link to our website. 

Avenues: The World School
Location: New York, NY
Position:  Dean and College Counselor, Grades 10-12
Start Date: August 1, 2021

Dean and College Counselor, Grades 10-12 - Avenues New York, Avenues São Paulo and Avenues Shenzhen 

Avenues' distinctive academic program makes our graduates uniquely compelling applicants for the most selective postsecondary pursuits. An Avenues Dean is a leader (also mentor, cheerleader, confidant, and occasional tough-love-giver) who deeply supports students' wellbeing, partners with their families and counsels them on their journey after graduation. Above all, deans build powerful, lasting relationships with students that extend for years during, and then beyond, their time at Avenues.

Join us: if you're passionate about supporting teenagers to learn, grow and thrive. If you're energized by both supporting students holistically and doing really smart, personalized college counseling. If the idea of building and growing an exceptional student wellbeing program speaks powerfully to you. And if you want to work with an exceptional, global team of colleagues advancing student wellbeing across Avenues: The World School. 

For full position description or additional information, please follow this link to our website. 

Location: Remote
Position: Online College Counselor
Start Date: ASAP

UCEazy is offering a part-time/work-from-home opportunity for college counselors. UCEazy (Universities & College Admissions Made Eazy) is a Cupertino, CA-based company whose mission is to simplify college admissions for students whose parents were born outside the U.S. Because all meetings with students are through Zoom conferencing, counselors can be located anywhere in the U.S. 

UCEazy programs begin in 8th grade, to develop skills and interests that prepare students to apply to highly selective colleges. Ideally, college counselors with at least 10 years of college counseling experience, preferably currently working in private schools and/or university settings are encouraged to apply. Experience working with Indian American families and STEM-related backgrounds is a plus. 

Since the client meetings are scheduled outside of school hours, this part-time job can easily co-exist with your current job. This is a great opportunity to make a real difference in the college/career journey of a student from a first-generation immigrant family. 

Interested candidates can email a resume to Karen Rowe at either [email protected] or [email protected]

For full position description or additional information, please follow this link to our website. 

The Archer School for Girls
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Position: Associate Director of College Guidance 
Start Date: July 1, 2021

The Archer School for Girls challenges and inspires 490 girls in grades 6-12 to discover their passions and realize their true potential. Nationally recognized for its innovative school culture, Archer’s program is collaborative, real-world focused, and research-based. Faculty are highly skilled in using brain-based practices to teach girls how they learn best. Collaboration, student leadership, intellectual curiosity, cultural engagement, and joyful learning are core elements of the program. The school maintains a deep and abiding commitment to diversity and inclusion, actively seeking students from a wide range of backgrounds in an effort to reflect the face of Greater Los Angeles.

Archer is seeking qualified, experienced candidates for the position of Associate Director of College Guidance, beginning in July 2021. This position reports to and collaborates closely with the Director of College Guidance to guide junior and senior classes through every aspect of the college search and application process. Strong candidates will have experience in a college admissions environment and/or college counseling office in an independent school. Candidates should also exhibit an appreciation of and respect for a diverse academic environment and learning community.

The Associate Director collaborates with the Director in all aspects of the College Guidance office and program. Candidates should have 3-5 years of experience working in either college counseling at an independent school or in a selective college admissions program and be capable of teaching a college guidance course.

For full position description or additional information, please follow this link to our website. 

The Frederick Gunn School
Location: Washington, CT
Position: Assistant/Associate Director of College Counseling 
Start Date: July 2021

The Frederick Gunn School, founded in 1850, is a co-ed boarding and day school for students in grades 9-12 as well as a post-graduate year. Mr. Gunn had a deep appreciation for the natural world, believing that in nature students understand themselves as humans and their place in the world. He took a principled stand against slavery and spurred students (and the town at large) to examine their beliefs. In addition to the habits and skills students will need in college and life beyond, we teach them to follow Mr. Gunn’s example: to cultivate wisdom, to be trailblazers, to act with conviction, and to value character as highly as intellect and achievement. 

Job Description:
The Frederick Gunn School College Counseling Office seeks to add a like-minded educator to the staff. Reporting to The Director of College Counseling, the Assistant/Associate Director will be responsible for administering all aspects of the college search and application process. As The Frederick Gunn School is a boarding school, other responsibilities may include academic advising, coaching and dorm administration. 

Specific responsibilities for this position include (but are not limited to): 

  • Advise and support approximately 35 seniors and their families through all aspects of the college planning process
  • Educate students and parents about colleges, admission strategies, trends, and standardized testing,
  • Empower students so that they understand the importance of self-reflection and fit throughout the college search process
  • Administer the online resource Cialfo that gives an additional tool for students and families to investigate, research, track, and plan for the college admission process
  • Assist with planning and overseeing student and parent programming sponsored by the College Counseling Office, including teaching assigned College Seminar sections to juniors and seniors
  • Write personalized and thoughtful counselor profiles for each assigned counselee
  • Develop and expand upon long-term relationships with colleges and universities, including meeting with college admissions representatives who visit campus, and traveling to college campuses and professional conferences
  • Stay informed on current issues and trends in college admission, higher education, testing, as well as keeping up-to-date about specific colleges and participating in local and national professional organizations
  • Assist testing coordinator in administering all standardized testing as needed

Essential skills: 

  • Excellent writing skills are imperative, as is the ability to communicate well with peers, students, and families. Other requisite characteristics include strong organizational skills and a willingness and enthusiasm to work with students at this critical juncture in their lives. 
  • An enthusiastic advocate for the school’s mission
  • A superb oral and written communicator
  • A person who believes in the critical importance of diversity in the life of a school
  • A master teacher and student-centered educator
  • An understanding of boarding school culture and enthusiasm for all that it brings
  • A willingness to learn and take risks 

Education and experience: 

  • Minimum: Bachelor's Degree and experience working with adolescents
  • Experience in a college admissions office and/or high school college counseling office is preferred
  • Background and strong understanding with post-secondary financial aid and scholarships is highly desirable 

To Apply:
Please send cover letter, resume, and references to Maggie Bucklin, The Frederick Gunn School, 99 Green Hill Road, Washington, CT 06793, or to [email protected] by Monday, February 8th. Your cover letter should articulate with specificity why you would be a good fit for this position and, more generally, for The Frederick Gunn School. 

For full position description or additional information, please follow this link to our website. 

Whitefield Academy
Location: Smyrna, GA
Position: Associate Director of College Counseling
Start Date: July 30, 2021

The Whitefield Academy College Counseling program philosophy is centered on the core belief that God has gifted each student with certain interests, talents, and passions and that He has a unique plan and purpose for his or her life. As counselors and advisors, we come alongside our students to help them navigate all aspects of the college search process, with the ultimate goal of helping each student find a college or university where he or she will flourish.

Contact: Leanne Palmer, Recruitment Assistant
[email protected]

For full position description or additional information, please follow this link to our website. 

College Matchpoint
Location: Virtual
Position: College Consultant
Start Date: September 2020


College MatchPoint is hiring college consultants (including a senior consultant) to join our rapidly expanding team. As a consultant, you will guide a caseload of 40-60 students through the college planning and application process. You will join a team of intelligent, passionate, caring, relentless professionals who are deeply committed to helping students. We will provide you with all the tools you need to succeed, including administrative support, billing, a project management platform, and marketing. You will follow our proven model of success, which includes the most current technology tools combined with good old-fashioned client care. We are currently looking for part-time and full-time virtual consultants. 

Primary Responsibilities 

  • Coach 40-60 students through the college planning process using the College MatchPoint system
  • Advise students on their high school academic and extracurricular choices
  • Manage student deadlines throughout the college application process
  • Develop key relationships in your area to generate additional client base
  • Attend professional development events to continuously increase your knowledge of the college planning process
  • Write articles for the College MatchPoint newsletter and blog
  • Represent College MatchPoint at conferences and community events
  • Visit at least 25 colleges per year

 Qualifications Needed 

  • Bachelor’s degree (Master’s preferred)3+ years experience in college counseling or college admissions or related field
  • Commitment to the positive development of students and their families
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Attention to detail and ability to meet deadlines
  • Ability to thrive in a team environment
  • Excellent presentation skills
  • Good sense of humor
  • Highest ethical standards
  • Ability to work nights and weekends, as well as occasional travel
  • Membership in HECA, NACAC, or IECA (or eligibility for membership)
  • Salary range: $55,000-$72,000, based on experience, plus a bonus opportunity. We also provide professional development and a full range of employee benefits including health insurance, dental insurance, retirement plan matching, and generous vacation days (about a month per year).
  • Hours: We work student hours: afternoons, early evenings, and one weekend day. 

Application process: Please send your resume and cover letter. In the cover letter, let us know who you are and why you are interested in joining our team. Don't be shy in your cover letter- we want to know why families would trust you to guide their students and what experience you have had that prepares you for this work. Our screening process will include an initial phone call, an in-person interview, reference requests, and a group interview.

Contact: Resumes should be sent to [email protected] (no phone calls please). For full position description or additional information, please follow this link to our website.