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Executive Director of the Career Development Center
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE CAREER DEVELOPMENT CENTER Oberlin College and Conservatory (“Oberlin” or “the College”), the storied undergraduate institution 35 miles west of Cleveland, seeks a new Executive Director of the Career Development Center (“CDC”) who will collaborate closely with academic and student affairs divisions to provide field-leading innovation in liberal arts career development services. Founded in 1833, Oberlin College became an institution that fundamentally changed the accessibility of American higher education. In 1835, Oberlin became the first college in the US to admit African American students. The first class of women to earn baccalaureate degrees was admitted in 1837.


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