- Dartmouth CollegeMALS
- Washington & Jefferson CollegeBA
- Western Reserve Academy
- SchneiderB.com (current)
- Internet Marketing for Schools Podcast (current)
- edSocialMedia.com (current)
- Business2Community.com (current)
- Sewickley Academy's Blog (current)
- SocialMediaToday.com (current)
- AdmissionsQuest.com (current)
- SchneiderB.com Tribe Community (current)
- Blogger (current)
- Slideshare (current)
His work has been featured on the blogs at edSocialMedia, Social Media Today, Business2Community, Admissions Quest, the Association of Independent School Admission Professionals (AISAP), and SSATB.
He has spoken at numerous conferences including the AISAP Annual Institute, the SSATB Annual Conference, The New York State Association of Independent Schools (NYSAIS) Admission Directors Conference, and the Association of Independent Michigan Schools Admission Directors Meeting.
- SchneiderB.comBlogger, Speaker, and Consultant, 2009 - presentMy blog where I write and podcast about internet marketing for schools including branding, social media, and inbound marketing.
- Sewickley Academy - Director of Admission and Financial AidDirector of Admission and Financial Aid, 2008 - present
- Association of Independent School Admission ProfessionalsBoard of Directors, 2012 - 2013
- Western Reserve AcademyDirector of Enrollment and Financial Aid, 1996 - 2008
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