September 29, 2006


APA Fellowship and Internship Opportunity

The American Psychological Association seeks applicants for the 2007-2008 Congressional Fellowship and Internship Programs. Download the folowing file for more information on these significant funding opportunities.

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Posted by lind0449 at 11:03 AM

Employment Opportunities

Summer Multicultural Teaching Scholar Program at MU


Please pass along this job posting to advanced doctoral students
(doctoral candidates) or recent graduates from your program who might be
interested. We are seeking applications for the University of Missouri's
Multicultural Teaching Scholar Program--a summer teaching position
within the Department of Educational, School and Counseling Psychology
at the University of Missouri.

Thanks for your help in spreading the word!

--Lisa Flores

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Lisa Y. Flores, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Dept. of Educational, School, & Counseling Psychology
16 Hill Hall
Columbia, MO 65211-2130
Phone: 573-884-9724
Fax: 573-884-5989


Faculty position at Arizona State

CCPTP folks:

I would appreciate it if you would forward this search announcement to those who might be interested. We have an open rank search for a new colleague with promise of more in the future.

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Terence J. G. Tracey, Ph.D.
Professor and Program Leader
Counseling and Counseling Psychology
302 Payne Hall, MC-0611
Arizona State University
Tempe, AZ 85287-0611


The Individual & Family Counseling Program of Children's Home Society & Family Services is looking for a Program Director who is a human services professional with a combination of ten years clinical and administrative experience in human services. The Program Director oversees and guides the work of licensed therapists within the program and plays a key role in representing and integrating the services of the program into other services offered by the organization. The director is also involved in working with schools in the local area to provide school-based mental health services.

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If you are interested in this position, please send your resume by Oct. 11th, 2006.


Position at North Dakota with emphasis in School Counseling

Hello, Colleagues -

We have just been approved to search for a tenure-track position to support our PhD and MA programs, with an emphasis in school counseling training, at either the Assistant or Associate level. The ad is attached, and I hope you will forward it to colleagues and graduating students who may be interested.

Thank much!

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Cindy Juntunen
Professor and Training Director
Counseling Psychology Program
326B Montgomery Hall, Stop 8255
Grand Forks, ND 58202-8255

Associate Dean for Research & Graduate Education
College of Education and Human Development
101E Education, Stop 7189
Grand Forks, ND 58202-7189


The Commanding English Program in PsTL is looking for an instructor to fill in this semester for an ESL reading course that is linked to a general biology class. There will be an undergraduate TA to attend the biology lectures and assist with biology content. The class meets T Th 9:45 – 11.

Required: ESL MA or close equivalent; classroom teaching experience at the college level;

Desired: experience with Minnesota immigrant students, comfort with biology content and experience teaching reading.

Contact Robin Murie at 612 625-3514 or We are looking to fill this position as quickly as possible.
Thank you.

Posted by lind0449 at 10:36 AM

September 22, 2006

CSPP Announcements

Attn: CSPP Students

International and U.S. Students are invited to join our Fall 2006 semester Cross-cultural Discussion Groups. Group members will meet once a week to share cross-cultural experiences, personal thoughts, and feelings in a relaxed small group atmosphere. We plan to have the groups start in late September. To join a discussion group, you must (1) fill out and submit to ISSS an application and (2) complete an individual interview with an ISSS staff person. Upon submission of your application, you will be contacted to arrange this interview. The groups are filling quickly, so please submit your application as soon as possible. For more information and to complete a participant application, access the following web page:


Dear CSPPers,

I recently presented at the first year orientation about the Minnesota College Student Personnel Association. As a graduate student, you can join this organization for $14 dollars a year. Benefits include receiving pertinent emails about the higher education field, find out about leadership and networking opportunities, and the chance to be paired with a college student personnel professional in a mentor program.

Information about MCPA and the 2006 MCPA Fall Conference which will be hosted at Coffman Memorial Union is at

Mentorship program information is at Please email me if you would like a mentor!

Don’t miss this professional building opportunity!


Beth Isensee
CSPP Graduate Student
MCPA Graduate Liaison
University of Minnesota

Posted by lind0449 at 4:14 PM

Research Participation

Subject: Request for Participation in Research Study: International Students Experiences in Supervision

I am a doctoral student at Lehigh University investigating the experiences of international trainees in clinical, counseling, family therapy, school counseling, and social work. I would greatly appreciate you forwarding this request for participation to your INTERNATIONAL TRAINEES at University of Minnesota- Counseling.

For your International trainees, I am asking them to look at their supervision experiences as a SUPERVISEE. Eligibility for participation in this study includes being an international student with student visa (e.g., F-1 or J-1) in graduate programs in psychology, counseling, or social work fields. If you choose to assist our research, allow us to thank you in advance.

The length of measures is approximately 30 minutes. Students’ participation in this research project is voluntary and they may withdraw from the study at any time. You can inform international trainees at your training site by forwarding this e-mail. Then, your students can access the survey by clicking on the following link:

If you have any questions concerning this research study, please do not hesitate to contact me. This study has been approved by the Institutional Review Board at Lehigh University. If you have questions or concerns regarding this study, you may contact the Executive Secretary of the Lehigh IRB, Ruth Tallman, at 610-758-3024. Whatever your decision about participating, I thank you very much for considering this invitation. I plan to send a reminder e-mail in two weeks. If you would prefer to not receive the reminder, please let me know. Your comments or questions regarding this study are encouraged and welcomed; please feel free to contact either one of us.

Thank you for your time and consideration.

Yoko Mori, M.S.
Counseling Psychology Program
Lehigh University
(484) 894-8347

Arpana G. Inman, PhD
Counseling Psychology Program
Lehigh University
(610) 758-4443


Subject: Survey on Ethical Climate in Psychology Graduate Programs

My name is Kim Kempner and I am a doctoral candidate in the Counseling Psychology program at Texas A&M University. I am conducting a dissertation study using a web-based survey on doctoral students' perceptions regarding ethical climates and various facets of the graduate school experience. I became interested in this area when I attempted to gather information about how students tend to handle ethical dilemmas within their programs. I was very disheartened by the fact that little research existed in this area. It is my hope that this project will help to increase recognition of the importance of the ethical environment in which graduate students function.
With these goals in mind, I am writing to ask you to participate in this project by completing an anonymous online survey. The survey is relatively simple and should take approximately 35 - 40 minutes to complete. The Institutional Review Board at Texas A&M University has determined that this research meets the criteria for human subjects according to Federal Guidelines (IRB # 2005-0266).
If you are a full-time graduate student who has been enrolled in an APA-approved counseling or clinical psychology program for at least two semesters, please take a few minutes to complete this survey. You can complete the survey by clicking on (or cutting and pasting into you browser’s address bar) the following link: The password to enter this site is “xxxx? (all lowercase).
In return for your participation, you will be given the opportunity to enter a drawing for one of two $50 gift certificates at The drawing will take place at the conclusion of the study.
I also would greatly appreciate it if you would forward this link to other graduate students enrolled in APA-approved clinical or counseling programs.
Thank you for your time and help.
Kimberly Kempner, M.A.
Doctoral Student
Counseling Psychology
Texas A&M University
College Station, TX 77843

Supervising faculty:
Linda Castillo, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Counseling Psychology
MS 4225
Texas A&M University
College Station, TX 77843

Posted by lind0449 at 4:05 PM

Employment Opportunities

Subject: Faculty Position at Florida State University

Dear Colleagues,

I am pleased to announce a tenure-earning faculty position at the Assistant/Associate Professor rank in our APA-accredited program in combined Counseling Psychology and School Psychology. The program consists of nine full time faculty. We administer the APA-accredited PhD program, and three accredited masters/EdS programs in mental health counseling, school psychology and career counseling.

I have attached an advertisement that includes a number of faculty searches underway in our College of Education. For further information please contact Dr James Sampson by phone at 850-644-1286 or e-mail at

Steven Pfeiffer
Steven I. Pfeiffer, PhD, ABPP
Licensed Psychologist
Professor and Director of Clinical Training
PhD Program in Counseling/School Psychology
306 A Stone Building
College of Education
The Florida State University
Tallahassee, FL 32306-4453
PH: (850) 644-8796
FAX: (850) 644-8776

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Subject: Position in Counseling Psychology at University of Kentucky

Please find attached a position announcement for two faculty positions open at the University of Kentucky. One is for an assistant professor in Counseling Psychology and one is for an "open rank" position in School Psychology. Both are APA-accredited programs.

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Posted by lind0449 at 3:59 PM

Conference Information

Subject: Minnesota Jung Association Event

You are cordially invited to the first "Salon" event of the 2006-7 Minnesota Jung Association program year! The discussion title is "The Psyche Likes to Laugh", and the invited Panelists include Jungian analyst Lyn Cowan, StarTribune theater critic Graydon Royce, and stand-up comedienne Jill Bernard. MJA's Ira Gordon will be Moderator.

The Salon will be held on Friday, September 29, from 7:15 to 9:30PM at Luther Seminary's Stub Hall in St. Paul. Admission is free to anyone new to MJA. Please feel free to extend this invitation to colleagues, students, and friends.

This Salon does NOT presuppose a background in Jungian psychology. Anyone who likes to laugh and has an irreverent bone in his/her body is eligible and most welcome to join in the discussion!

More details, and directions to Stub Hall, can be found in the Salon flier, which is attached.

If you have questions, or would like to learn more about MJA, please consult our website,, send us an e-mail at, or telephone us at 651-644-4284. Or write to MJA at P.O. Box 14726, Minneapolis, MN 55419.

We look forward to seeing you!

Jim Klein, MJA member
on behalf of Ira Gordon, MJA Salons Chair
and Trish Ells, L.P., MJA President

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Posted by lind0449 at 3:52 PM


Local Rape Crisis Center Needs Volunteers!

Sexual Offense Services (SOS) of Ramsey County needs rape crisis hotline and hospital outreach volunteers. Support group facilitation and community education volunteer opportunities also available. Must attend 40+ hour October training. Please call SOS Business Line for more information: 651-643-3022.

Posted by lind0449 at 3:48 PM

September 15, 2006


Subject: Sept. UCCS Professional Development Presentation

Hello.....Welcome to the new school year and a new round of monthly professional development presentations sponsored by University Counseling and Consulting Services. These programs are typically the fourth Tuesday of most months during the academic year, 2:30-4:00, 202 Eddy Hall. Attached is your invitation to join us for our September program on seasonal affective disorder, presented by Dr. Steven Hermann of Boynton Mental Health Clinic. Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns about this specific program or our professional development series in general.

Take care, Bob Seybold

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Posted by lind0449 at 4:15 PM


Department of Postsecondary Teaching and Learning
University of Minnesota
Graduate Research Assistant/Project Coordinator
The person in this position will be responsible for providing research support to the tobacco intervention research project under the guidance of Dr. Zha Blong Xiong and his Southeast Asian community research team.

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Posted by lind0449 at 4:11 PM

Employment Opportunities

From: CCPTP Council of Counseling Psychology Training Programs On Behalf Of Debbie Greenwald, Northeastern

Subject: Tenure track position available


Attached is an opening we have for a tenured faculty in our department of counseling and applied educational psychology. Please post.

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Subject: Indiana University position

I have attached a copy of a position description for a tenure-track position beginning in Fall 2007. I would appreciate if you would distribute to colleagues and graduates who might be interested.
Thank you,

Susan C. Whiston, Ph.D.
Professor, Training Director
Counseling Psychology
Indiana University
201 N. Rose
Bloomington, IN 47405-1006
(812) 856-8336

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Evaluation/Testing Specialist II # Formative Assessment position open at Minneapolis Public Schools.
(start date now October 2006)

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Posted by lind0449 at 4:03 PM

September 8, 2006


Upward Bound (UB) is a federally funded TRiO college preparatory program for low-income and educationally disadvantaged high school students. Now with the College of Education and Human Development, UB provides academic instruction, tutoring, advising and counseling and other support to high schools students in target high schools.(Target schools are Minneapolis North, South and Edison high schools.)

Upward Bound is seeking graduate teaching assistants, undergraduate teaching assistants and tutors for high school classes. These positions require availability Monday – Thursday, 3 – 6 PM and occasional weekend event hours. A criminal background check is required of all employees. Ability to drive a 15-passenger van is desired.* Part time 6-10 hours. Required Training on September 30th. Services provided from October to May.*

Contact: Anna Resele
Academic Coordinator
Upward Bound
2 Appleby Hall

Posted by lind0449 at 2:26 PM

Employment Opportunities

Part Time Research Assistant / Administrative Assistant for Research Project

100 - 200 hours maximum beginning in September and ending in January

Project Title: E-Service Quality Measures and the Connection to Customer Loyalty in On-Line Banking Services

The study will attempt to expand the body of knowledge in services marketing and will investigate the moderating role of switching cost, customer bonds, perceived alternatives, and several demographical variables in both service quality and customer loyalty assessment.

. Proficiency in Microsoft Word
. Familiarity / experience with research projects
. Proficiency in APA style format

. Familiarity with statistical methods
. Familiarity with SPSS

Compensation: Commensurate with experience

If you are interested respond to:
Edwine Partch
Phone: 612.904.8762


David Welch, Ed.D., LP, ABPP
Dean, Graduate School of Professional Psychology University of St. Thomas, Rm 451, TMH 1000 LaSalle Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55403-2005

Dear Colleagues,

The description and information for a position to coordinate our master's program is included below - this is a full-time, tenure track position with responsibilities in both the MA and PsyD program. Please distribute as widely as possible. Thanks,


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Dear Colleagues,

This is a second position open at St. Thomas. This is an entry level assistant professor position. Please call it to the attention of your upcoming and/or recent graduates. Thanks for your help.


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Dear Colleagues:

'Tis the season for position announcements so I wanted to add ours at The University of Memphis to the list. We are fortunate this year to be able to search at the Assistant/Associate level so please distribute this to your colleagues or recent graduates. Thanks.


Suzanne H. Lease, Ph.D.
Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology and Research
100 Ball Building
The University of Memphis
Memphis, TN 38152
(901) 678-4476 (office)
(901) 678-5114 (Fax)

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Dear colleagues,

West Virginia University in Morgantown will be searching for an Assistant/Associate Professor in Rehabilitation Counseling to begin in January 2007. Counseling Psychologists with this background are especially encouraged to apply, and you may wish to read the attached job description.

Please feel free to share this with appropriate colleagues or recent graduates.

Best regards,


James W. Bartee, Ph.D.
Director of Training, Counseling Psychology
502-F Allen Hall
PO Box 6122
West Virginia University
Morgantown, WV 26506-6122

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Posted by lind0449 at 2:09 PM

Employment Opportunities

From: CCPTP Council of Counseling Psychology Training Programs
Subject: Faculty position at Florida State University

Our program has been granted authorization to recruit for an Assistant/ Associate Professor to join our APA-accredited program in "combined" Counseling Psychology and School Psychology. Our combined program embraces a scientist-practitioner training model. We are looking for a (promising) scholar with clinical experience/interest. We anticipate being able to post the official job description in the next few days.

Steven I. Pfeiffer, PhD, ABPP
Director of Clinical Training
PhD Program in Combined Counseling/School Psychology Florida State University Tallahassee, FL 32306-4453
(850)644-8776 (fax)

Posted by lind0449 at 2:06 PM

Employment Opportunities

Hi all,

Please see the job announcement below, and forward to anyone you know who might be interested in the position. Thank you!


Position Description

COUNSELOR EDUCATION/COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY: The Division of Counseling and Family Therapy at the University of Missouri-Saint Louis seeks applications for a full-time, tenure track Assistant Professor position in clinical mental health counseling to begin August 15, 2007. Applicants must have an earned doctorate in counselor education or counseling psychology from a regionally accredited university (ABD will be given consideration). Desired qualifications include: the ability to teach a broad spectrum of graduate courses, including psychological testing and vocational psychology; the ability to provide strong practica and internship supervision; demonstrated potential for scholarly research and publication; strong potential for securing outside grants to provide funding for research; and commitment to cultural diversity and social justice. Teaching experience and licensure eligibility in Missouri are also desired. Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience. The Division of Counseling and Family Therapy offers doctoral degrees in counselor education and CACREP-accredited master's degrees in school, community, and career counseling. Review of applications will begin on October 31, 2006, but will continue until the position is filled. Send a vita, three letters of recommendation, copies of transcripts, and a statement concerning your research interests to: Dr. Mark Pope, Professor and Chair, Division of Counseling and Family Therapy, College of Education, University of Missouri-Saint Louis, One University Boulevard, Saint Louis, MO 63121-4400, USA. The University of Missouri-Saint Louis is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer committed to excellence through diversity.

Susan Kashubeck-West, Ph.D.
Division of Counseling and Family Therapy College of Education University of Missouri-St. Louis One University Boulevard St. Louis, MO 63121-4400
314-516-6091 - office
314-516-5784 - fax
Please take a visible stand for peace.

Posted by lind0449 at 1:54 PM


University Counseling & Consulting Services (UCCS) at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities campus is partnering with Consulting Psychologist Press (CPP) to bring another CPP workshop to campus. This one will be "Career Development Using the Myers Briggs Assessment" scheduled for May 17, 2007 in the Great Hall of Coffman Memorial Union on the Minneapolis campus.

Please see the attached flyer for details. As with the Strong Interest Inventory workshop, CPP will be handling registration and the URL is
and the phone number is 1800-624-1765

Please let me know if you have questions.

Jennifer Engler, Psy.D., LP
Senior Psychologist
Program Director, Outreach and Consultation
Program Director, Career Development
University Counseling & Consulting Services
University of Minnesota
109 Eddy Hall
192 Pillsbury Drive SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455

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Posted by lind0449 at 1:48 PM


See the flier below for information about a wonderful internship opportunity for talented undergraduate students. I've been affiliated with the organization for over a year now, and I whole heartedly recommend the program. Feel free to forward this email to anyone you know who might would be interested.

Christopher G. Buckley
Research Assistant
Department of Postsecondary Teaching and Learning
College of Education and Human Development

Teach this year!

Breakthrough Saint Paul is looking for a diverse group of talented college students to teach in an innovative academic enrichment program for high-potential, under-resourced middle school students in Saint Paul. Breakthrough provides paid teaching internships, complete with training and classroom teaching experience.

Breakthrough Saint Paul offers:
• The opportunity to teach, guide, and lead a group outstanding, under-resourced middle school kids in a transformational, community-based service learning project
• Training in areas such as lesson planning, classroom management, and student-centered teaching
• Hands-on classroom teaching experience
• Stipend of $500 for an October-April teaching internship
• A chance to work with a fun, cohesive, diverse faculty comprised of other amazing students from around the Metro area
• An opportunity to become part of a movement to improve educational equity in the Twin Cities and the nation

Want to know more? Please contact Carl Phillips, Coordinator of Curriculum and Instruction, for program and application information or 612-986-7089

Application Deadline: Friday, Sep. 15, 2006

Information is available on the web at:

Posted by lind0449 at 1:40 PM

CSPP Announcements

Dear Counseling Psychology Program Directors:

Connecting Counseling Grads is an online discussion board specifically designed for Counseling Psychology grad students, which was introduced in April 2006. Thanks to many of you who distributed the information flyer below, it has become a successful place where students interact, share ideas, and receive feedback. We currently have 117 members and active participation during the academic year. We seek to continue these positive trends by notifying as many Counseling Psyc grad students as possible.

We hope that you will send out the attached flyer and encourage your students to join this interactive online community of Counseling Psychology graduate students.

Thanks for your time.


Ian Wallace and Andrea Miller
Virginia Commonwealth University

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Posted by lind0449 at 1:30 PM

Conference Participation

Dear colleagues,

Planning is under way for the 4th annual Student Leadership Conference,
sponsored by the Student Activities Office, the Minnesota Programs and
Activities Council, and the Student Engagement and Leadership Initiative.

The theme of the conference this year is "Be the Change." We are hoping
to find dynamic and thought-provoking presentations to fit within this

Attached you will find a Call for Programs with more information about
the conference, as well as a program submission form. I am hoping that
you would consider submitting a proposal. In addition, please forward
this to anyone you know who would be a great presenter!

Thanks for your commitment to building leadership at the U,

Aaron Asmundson
Assistant Director for Leadership
Student Engagement and Leadership Initiative

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Posted by lind0449 at 1:12 PM

Research Participation

Dear Training Directors,

I would like to solicit your assistance one final time in collecting data for my dissertation on religion and spirituality in counselor training.

I am a doctoral candidate in the Counseling and Educational Psychology department at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. My dissertation advisor is Dr. LaVerne Berkel. This study is examining counseling psychology doctoral students' interest in and perceived importance of training focused on religion and spirituality. The study entails filling out a brief demographic questionnaire and an online survey. Administration time takes approximately 30 minutes and I am offering participants a chance to win one of five $20 cash prizes once data collection is complete. The study has also been reviewed and approved by the University of Missouri-Kansas City IRB.

I would greatly appreciate it if you could forward this email to your listserv one final time as a reminder for those students who may have not already completed the survey. Students may go to the following website to learn about my study, and hopefully participate if they have not done so already. I am very grateful for your time, consideration, and assistance.

Please click on the following web address or cut and paste it into your browser's address link to participate in this study:


Elizabeth Olson
Doctoral Candidate
Department of Counseling and Educational Psychology University of Missouri - Kansas City

If you have questions or concerns, please feel free to email me at:

Posted by lind0449 at 12:53 PM

September 7, 2006


Hi everyone,

Housing and Residential Life sponsors a social justice retreat twice per year for students on campus. I participated last year and it was one of the best experiences I have ever had. I highly encourage you to apply to be a facilitator and/or to apply to attend as a student for the one coming up this fall. It's really worthwhile.

Here is a link to more information:

If you are interested in attending or facilitating, contact Grant Anderson at

Have a great day!


Pam Stenhjem, Education Specialist
Institute on Community Integration, University of Minnesota
150 Pillsbury Drive SE, Room 6 Pattee Hall
Minneapolis, MN 55455
(Phone) 612-625-3863
(Fax) 612-624-9344

Posted by lind0449 at 2:38 PM

September 1, 2006

Please see the attachment for information on the Shutting Off the Tap to Teens IX conference, to be held on Wednesday, December 6, at the Bloomington Civic Plaza.

Please join us on December 6 for an exciting skill-building workshop to help reduce the use of alcohol!

A conference brochure and registration form will be mailed electronically in October.

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Julie A. Wilbert, M.S.
Senior Health Promotion Specialist
Hennepin County Human Services and
Public Health Department
525 Portland Avenue South, MC L963
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55415-1533
Phone: 612-348-4033
FAX: 612-348-7548

Posted by lind0449 at 4:23 PM

Employment Opportunities

Career Coach/Counselor
Carlson School of Management

The Carlson School of Management Undergraduate Business Career Center (UBCC) is seeking a highly motivated, energized, team-oriented individual to serve as a Career Coach/Counselor. The Coach is a vital member of a team that provides a variety of career-oriented services to the undergraduate students of the Carlson School of Management. This Career Coach/Counselor will provide individualized career counseling and coaching, design and develop career workshops, and teach at least one section of BA 3000, the required undergraduate Career Skills Course. Our services include career exploration and discovery, career skill building and job opportunities provision.

Minimum qualifications for this position are a master’s degree in counseling, student services, business or a closely related field. Qualified candidates will also have from 1-3 years of counseling or teaching experience. Candidates must possess exceptional teamwork skills, demonstrated project management abilities, and a passion for serving students at the Carlson School of Management. Excellent presentation and interpersonal skills are also required.

The Carlson School of Management is a part of the University of Minnesota and offers competitive salary and benefit packages. See a full job description at

To apply, please visit and click Search & Apply for Postings. Please include cover letter, resume, and statement in support of diversity. Applications must be received by September 11th, 2006 for consideration.

The University of Minnesota is an equal opportunity educator and employer.

Posted by lind0449 at 4:07 PM