The Admission Counselor is part of the team responsible for effective communication with prospective students, their families, school counselors, independent counselors, and other external constituents, with the goal of enrolling students who are a good fit for Sterling College.
This Admission Counselor is responsible for the development and recruitment of Sterling’s Outdoor Education and Ecology majors, as well as general recruitment for the college.
Accepting applications until October 22, 2021.
Learning Network Associate
As a part of Sterling College’s Office of Continuing Education, this position will assist the Learning Network Manager in course building, partner coordination, network, and project management for the EcoGather initiative. This position is designed for someone who has an interest in learning or continuing to develop expertise in building learning networks, convening communities of practice, and designing/building remote courses. The Learning Network Associate will work directly with the Learning Network Manager to develop courses for our EcoGather initiative. They will also fulfill other duties and take on growth opportunities in the areas of instructional design, learning management systems, educational technology, and/or project management.
Application review will be conducted on a rolling basis. The position remains open until filled.
Founded in 1958 in Craftsbury Common, Vermont, Sterling College advances ecological thinking and action through affordable experiential learning, preparing knowledgeable, skilled and responsible leaders to face the ecological crises caused by unlimited growth and consumption that threatens the future of the planet. Enrollment is limited to 125 students. Sterling, a liberal arts institution and home to the School of the New American Farmstead and the Wendell Berry Farming Program, is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education and is one of only nine colleges and universities recognized by the U. S. Department of Education as a “Work College.” The College has received national attention for becoming one of the first institutions in the U. S. to divest from fossil fuels. Sterling has been recognized for its sustainability initiatives by Sierra magazine and has earned a STARS Gold Rating from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education for five consecutive years.
Sterling College – its Board of Trustees and Faculty Council – has adopted a detailed ten-year strategic initiative, with grant support, that is intended to better promote equity and inclusion across all of its academic programs and in all of the locations in which they take place. Sterling College acknowledges that the land on which its students, faculty, and staff gather is the traditional and unceded territory of the Abenaki and the Shawnee people.
Sterling College is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, religion, national origin or sex in violation of Title VII. Sterling College prohibits discrimination against employees, applicants for employment and students on the basis of age, color, disability, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or veteran’s status.