Arts and Sciences Admissions

Brittnei Sherrod '11

Brittnei Sherrod '11

Assistant Director of Admissions

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Carnegie Building
(440) 775-8411

Brittnei Sherrod '11

As an Oberlinian and Obie, I had the advantage of growing up and studying in the small, yet largely rich with heritage, City of Oberlin, located in Northeast Ohio in the Black River Watershed just 35 miles from Cleveland.  

I graduated from Oberlin College in 2011 with a major in Geology and a minor in Religion. Since graduating, I have worked as a Student Conservation Association Archeology Curate Intern, GeoCorps Astronomy Intern, AmeriCorps College Guide and a substitute teacher here in the Oberlin City School District. Through my experiences I have developed a passion for civic engagement, media development, and of course, all things Oberlin.

I have fostered my passions through work as a Bonner Scholar, Volunteer Ranger, and College Guide by directing and editing informational and educational videos for the National Park Service, and staying involved in the Oberlin community. As Assistant Director I look forward to visiting Florida, Georgia and North Carolina and reading applications from these states as well as, South Carolina, Tennessee, Louisiana, Alabama, and Mississippi.  Oberlin is a unique college and town that offers a diverse community that allows individuals who live here the opportunity to develop personally and professionally. Feel free to email me so that we can discuss the opportunities Oberlin has to offer you.


 
Did You Know

Oberlin College launched a Creativity and Leadership Project in 2006 as part of a multidisciplinary effort designed to provide students with opportunities to put their innovative ideas into practice. The project reflects Oberlin’s musical and artistic excellence, its rigorous liberal arts curriculum, and its longstanding commitment to preparing students for leadership and civic engagement. It is open to students of any major or interest and prepares them for the challenges and rewards of entrepreneurship.

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