Goslin Joins Admission Team

Jake-Goslin.jpgSince leaving school himself, Jake Goslin’s professional life has been dedicated to teaching, coaching, and helping students achieve their goals and potential. And his latest career move promises to be more of the same.

Goslin joined Central Methodist University’s admissions staff as a counselor this week, continuing a career in education that dates back to his days as a dual major in secondary education and English at the University of Missouri. Upon graduating, he returned to his high school alma mater, Lutheran St. Charles, and taught English and physical education and coached the wrestling team. After four years, he left to join an educational technology startup company, where his passion for helping students was further cultivated.

“The thing that I liked the most with the educational tech startup is that it was all designed to help kids find their best opportunity after high school, whether that was the military or the workforce or education,” Goslin explained. “So what I’m really excited about [at Central] is being back in a role where I’m working with students again and helping them find a way to pursue their opportunities, and hopefully doing it in a way that’s cost effective and efficient for them.”

Aside from his role as an admissions counselor, Goslin will work with the Eagle men’s wrestling team as a volunteer coach alongside head coach Terrel Wilbourn. Outside his educational and coaching work, he runs a pair of small businesses and spends most of his downtime with his wife and two dogs.

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