Credentialing And Licensure SpecialistNaropa UniversityBoulder, COThe Naropa University GSCP offers an MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with concentrations in: 1) Contemplative Psychotherapy & Buddhist Psychology (CPBP), 2) Somatic Body Psychotherapy, 3) Somatic Dance/Movement Therapy (with dual concentration option in Body Psychotherapy and Dance/Movement Therapy, 4) Mindfulness-Based Transpersonal Counseling Psychology, 5) Transpersonal Art Therapy, and 6) Transpersonal Wilderness Therapy.
Core Candidate Assistant Or Associate Professor Mindfulness - Based Transpersonal CounselingNaropa UniversityBoulder, COIn addition to demonstrated capacity to teach in the specialty areas of transpersonal counseling/psychology and mindfulness-based approaches to counseling, applicants would be able to teach in some of the following core areas: social and multicultural foundations, human growth and development, counseling and helping relationships, group therapy, assessment, research and program evaluation, psychopathology, professional counseling orientation and ethical practice, practicum, and internship.
Director of Annual GivingNaropa UniversityBoulder, COThe Director of Annual Giving coordinates and manages a 12-month donorcultivation and solicitation program utilizing face-to-face, direct mail,and online donor acquisition and retention activities to increase giving amongalumnx, parents, friends, students, faculty, and staff.
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Specialist, Credentialing & LicensureNaropa UniversityBoulder, COThe Naropa University GSCP offers an MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with concentrations in: 1) Contemplative Psychotherapy & Buddhist Psychology (CPBP), 2) Somatic Body Psychotherapy, 3) Somatic Dance/Movement Therapy (with dual concentration option in Body Psychotherapy and Dance/Movement Therapy, 4) Mindfulness-Based Transpersonal Counseling Psychology, 5) Transpersonal Art Therapy, and 6) Transpersonal Wilderness Therapy.
Credentialing And Licensure SpecialistNaropa UniversityBoulder, COGraduate School of Counseling & PsychologyThe Naropa University GSCP offers an MA in Clinical Mental Health Counselingwith concentrations in: 1) Contemplative Psychotherapy & BuddhistPsychology (CPBP), 2) Somatic Body Psychotherapy, 3) SomaticDance/Movement Therapy (with dual concentration option in BodyPsychotherapy and Dance/Movement Therapy, 4) Mindfulness-BasedTranspersonal Counseling Psychology, 5) Transpersonal Art Therapy, and6) Transpersonal Wilderness Therapy.
Director of Community Impact & Strategic PartnershipsNaropa UniversityBoulder, COOther DutiesRequired Qualifications Bachelor's Degree in any field At least five (5) years of successful and progressive experience inalumnx engagement, constituent communications, institutionaladvancement, donor relations, marketing, annual giving and/or acomparable role that includes an acknowledged work history showingcreative/innovative productivity with successOther Experience, Knowledge, Skills, or Competencies Requirements?
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Work Study II - Office Assistant, JMCRNaropa UniversityBoulder, COAbility to co-create an inclusive community and actively participate in related professional development, including but not limited to Restorative Justice, Dynamics of Privilege and Oppression, and the impact these have in the workplace, Feedback, and commitment to ongoing self-examination.
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