Directors, College Counselors, Finance, Sales (multiple positions/locations)
*Do you want your work to feel like a calling where you make a difference every day?
*Would you like to help more families benefit from a service that helps students achieve their educational goals?
*Are you looking for the training, resources, and support necessary to do the best work of your career?
Collegewise has open positions for:
Director of college counseling
Director of Finance
National Head of Sales
Online college counselors
Collegewise believes that the college admissions process has spun out of control for high school students and their parents. Too much anxiety and confusion. Too little appreciation for the wonderful educations and experiences waiting at so many schools beyond just the famous ones. And we’re out to change all of that. Together, we’ve built the nation’s largest college counseling organization with over 60 highly trained counselors injecting guidance, perspective, and occasional cheerleading into the admissions process for the families who join our programs. Since 1999, we’ve helped over 10,000 A-students, C-students, and everyone in between find, apply to, and attend the right colleges for them.
We’re currently hiring in seven locations nationwide, and we have one online counseling position for a person who could live virtually anywhere on East Coast. If you’re looking for an opportunity to learn and grow as a professional, to make a difference for kids and parents, and to do it all with smart, passionate, supportive co-workers who bring their hearts to work every day, we hope you’ll consider joining us. Let’s make a dent in the college admissions universe together. You can find all the information about us and our open positions here, and you can view our short video about life at Collegewise here.
We promise we’re not trying to do our version of clickbait by withholding details until you get to our website. We just have a number of open positions and a lot of supporting information for job-seekers that’s difficult to present here without it looking like a dissertation.