About Berea College
Berea College is distinctive among institutions of higher learning. Founded in 1855 as the first interracial and coeducational college in the South, Berea charges no tuition and admits only academically promising students, primarily from Appalachia, who have limited economic resources. Berea’s cost of educating a student exceeds $23,000 per year.
Berea offers rigorous undergraduate academic programs leading to Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees in 28 fields. All students work at least 10 hours per week in campus and service jobs in more than 130 departments.
The College has an inclusive Christian character, expressed in its motto "God has made of one blood all peoples of the Earth." Berea's primary service region is the Southern Appalachian region, but students come from all states in the U.S. and in a typical year, from more than 60 other countries representing a rich diversity of colors, cultures, and faiths. About one in three students represents an ethnic minority.
Berea continues to build upon a distinctive history of 150 years of learning, labor and service, and find new ways to apply our mission (the Great Commitments) to contemporary times by promoting kinship among all people, serving communities in Appalachia and beyond and living sustainably to conserve limited natural resources.
5 jobs with Berea College
Berea College seeks applicants for a tenure-track assistant professor in English with experience teaching literatures of the African Diaspora.
Berea College announces a full-time, tenure-track position in Political Science beginning August 2017.
Supervises Research unit operations, ensuring the implementation of solid research methods, techniques & procedures. Support the donor cycle.
Responsible for integration, oversight, maintenance & continued improvement of Labor Program systems infrastructure & managing daily office operations
Administrative support for the Exec. Director of Major & Planned Gifts, Director of Planned Gifts and a fundraisers team in Alumni & College Relations