Jack Shull has worked at seven International Schools during the past 30 years. as a counselor and as Director of Counseling and Special Services. He started his overseas career at the American School in Stavanger, Norway then moved to St. John’s International School in Belgium and then to the International School Bangkok (ISB) for ten years, Cairo American College for 16 years and three years as Director of University Counseling for Dulwich Colleges China and currently Jack is employed as the university counsellor for Taipei European School (TES).
Jack has enjoyed advising students for many years who wish to study in North America, the United Kingdom, Korea, Japan, Hong Kong and other countries. Jack has given numerous presentations at international conferences on the topics of advising college bound students, and effective K to 12 Guidance Programs. He has written articles on college admissions and developed programs and workshops for high school students and parents. Jack has been an active member of the National Association of College Admissions Counseling (NACAC) serving on many committees. He is the past president of the Overseas Association of College Admissions (OACAC) and one of the founding members of that organization. Jack has been an adjunct faculty member teaching graduate courses in counseling at George Mason University (GMU) in Virginia, American University in Cairo (AUC) and most recently an instructor at the University of California Los Angeles Extension (UCLA).
Jack’s wife Connie is also on staff as an EAL teacher and they have two adult children who live and work in mainland China. Jack holds a B.S. in Psychology and Education, a M.S. in Counseling and Guidance, and an Ed.S in Education Administration with a concentration in Leadership.