Terry Ward

Terry Ward is a life-long educator with 15 years of college admissions expertise. He has worked in three college admissions offices (Haverford, Emory, and Yale) and served as the Director of College Counseling at Concord Academy and The Masters School. Most recently, he was the Head of the Upper School at Brooklyn Friends School.

Terry has served as a member of the professional Ethics Committee of the New York State Association of College Admissions Counseling, led workshops for new counselors on writing college recommendations at the NYSA-CAC Summer Institute, and spoken on NACAC panels about forging links between college admissions and school counseling and on the counseling of international students. More broadly, Terry has served on two Middle States reaccreditation committees and was the chair of the self-study for reaccreditation at The Masters School.

Terry earned his B.A. from Haverford College. In addition, he has earned a Master of Divinity, magna cum laude, from Emory University, and a Master of Public and Private Management from the Yale School of Management. The depth and breadth of his experience allow Terry to help his clients with every facet of the college admissions process.

Articles

Language and Culture Majors and Potential Jobs

Though the world and its peoples have been rather well documented, they still fascinate--and with good reason. Culture is intrinsic to the sense of self, and understanding others is essential in this extraordinarily global and interconnected society.read more

Marketing and Communications Majors and Potential Jobs

The things we read, watch, and listen to don't just come out of the ether. And if you're passionate about any of these mediums--or just conveying a message with creativity and conviction--you may find your niche in marketing and/or communications. read more

Psychology Majors and Potential Careers

Whether it's counseling people through hard times or figuring out ways to preemptively improve lives before those hard times set in, the study of psychology can prepare you for many rewarding careers.read more

Religious and Theological Studies and Potential Jobs

Living your faith often means studying it as well, and those who wish to pursue theological studies academically will be well served by the majors here!read more

Science Majors and Potential Jobs

Short of being a stunt car driver, the most exciting real-life careers may just lie in the sciences. From studying the earth to the skies above, the sciences are all about exploration and delving into the unknown. Also of note, many of these fields are among the most stable and lucrative available.read more

Education Majors and Potential Jobs

Teachers are invaluable facets of childhood development, mentors, and leaders. And they need lots of new graduates to fill in their ranks, so if you think you might have what it takes to shape young (and not-so-young minds), check out the many varied teaching specialties below! read more

Visual Arts and Design Majors and Potential Jobs

The beautiful (and functional) things we love come from those with an eye for visual arts and design. And these professionals have an important role in the working world.read more

Social Sciences and Humanities Majors and Potential Jobs

Why do people act, dress, and live like they do? From the cultures that comprise the world today to the ancient civilizations we can't seem to learn enough about, the social sciences and humanities allow you to explore all that separates humans from the other primates.read more

Business/Management Majors and Potential Jobs

The career options with a business/management major are certainly varied, almost limitless. Whether you want to explore your entrepreneurial side and start your own business, or just be a part of one, this is the right major for you. read more

Computer Science Majors and Potential Jobs

Technology is always advancing, but its foundation seems to stay the same--it's all the product of innovation, imagination, and creativity! Interested in computers? From hardware to software, building blocks of code to user-facing design, computer science majors have something for everyone, and it might be the right fit for you!read more