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Arts Education Internship Opportunities

The Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art has many internship opportunities available in its’ Education Department for this coming summer.

Career Services Advisor, Taylor Undergrad Career Center – Daniels College of Business

Position Summary

This part-time (20 hours per week) position provides direct comprehensive career services and career counseling to the Daniels Undergraduate Business students. This position will conduct outreach to faculty and student groups, market, plan, and present at career events and programs, and participate in assessment process. Demonstrate a commitment to the principles of multiculturalism and diversity through involvement and participation in university/division-wide projects and initiatives. To review Inclusive Excellence at DU, please visit Ability to work in a fast-paced, busy, multi-tasking environment and work with different teams within the Daniels College of Business. Must be able to work one evening a week and additional evenings as necessary. This position reports to the Assistant Director of the Taylor Family Undergraduate Career Center within the Daniels College of Business.


The academic advisor and retention specialist (herein after referred to as the advisor) reports to the Department of Computer Information Systems and Business Analytics (CIS&BA) Chair. The advisor participates in relevant academic advising activities at the University. This position will be responsible for academic advising and retention for students majoring in a degree offered through the CIS&BA Department. The University is particularly interested in applicants who have experience working with students from diverse backgrounds and a demonstrated commitment to improving access to higher education for under-represented groups.

Payroll Coordinator

The Roaring Fork School District is seeking applications for an experienced payroll coordinator at $25/hr and up. The Roaring Fork Schools serve a diverse student population of over 5,650 PreK-12th grade students and employs approximately 1,000 employees. The District’s mission is to ensure that every student develops the enduring knowledge, skills and character to thrive in a changing world.

Coordinator of Family and Community Programs

The Learning and Engagement team at the Denver Art Museum is looking for an individual to coordinate the current and future live programming for family visitors inspired by the Denver Art Museum’s permanent collection and temporary exhibitions. In order to best serve our current and future audience, we strive to maximize the diversity, equity, and inclusiveness of our organization. Candidates committed to promoting diversity, inclusion, and multicultural competence are encouraged to apply.

Adult and Access Programs Manager

The Denver Art Museum is seeking a dynamic and creative individual to join the Department of Learning and Engagement as our Adult and Access Programs Manager. Reporting to the Director of Learning and Community Engagement, this individual will manage and develop a spectrum of programming that champions the beneficial and powerful roles of the arts to enhance the quality of life for adults. With a major reinstallation of the museum’s original Gio Ponti building to be completed by 2021 and plans for a new Learning and Engagement Center, DAM is seeking an Adult and Access Programs Manager who will create innovative programming, forge partnerships, and grow programs for Denver’s current and future Adult communities.

Parking Enforcement Specialist, Parking Services – Facilities and Planning Management

Position Summary

The Parking and Mobility Services Specialist is assigned to Parking and Mobility Services within Facilities and they report to the Field Operations Manager. This position is the primary parking enforcement personnel for the University. Their duties include, but are not limited to, parking enforcement and management, customer service, vehicle traffic control, and office staff augmentation and augmenting the Campus Safety Patrol operations when needed.

Parking and Mobility is committed to providing the DU Community with quality safety, security and parking services in a professional, respectful and consistent manner. We are a resource for the DU community and recognized as a dynamic team of knowledgeable professionals who impact and promote equity and fair human relations throughout the university. The Division is a service based organization responsive to the changing needs and expectations of the community it serves.


This position is part of the Registration and Records Team in the Office of the Registrar. It is one of two positions which are collectively responsible for: maintaining the confidentiality of student records under FERPA, managing student registration and record adjustments while adhering to federal and state rules and regulations, managing the MSU Denver transcript ordering system, certifying enrollment verification requests, administering the course grading process, managing and troubleshooting grade change requests through the workflow system, advising and training faculty and staff on University policies and procedures related to the Office of the Registrar, troubleshooting issues encountered with student records and registration processes, managing the College Opportunity Fund Stipend with other constituencies, and administering a high level of customer service. This position relies heavily upon a functional knowledge of and ability to manage multiple technical systems, including the student information system, workflow, government databases, and third party software systems.

Executive Director of Gift Planning – DU Advancement

Position Summary

The University of Denver is seeking an experienced, driven, and passionate fundraising leader to join our Advancement team as the Executive Director of Gift Planning. This is a unique opportunity for a seasoned professional to join a dynamic, growing and purposeful enterprise united around a compelling mission charted by Chancellor Rebecca Chopp and Vice Chancellor Armin Afsahi. The Executive Director will work with a community of talented professionals united to advance this mission and inspire philanthropy and engagement.

The primary focus of the gift planning office is to provide strategic partnership in the planning and execution of tax-wise gifts, including outright, deferred and estate gifts. Reporting directly to the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Development, the Executive Director is responsible for leading the gift planning team in providing sustainable, best-practice gift planning services, including the acceptance of estate gifts from trusts and probate estates, the administration of charitable trusts and gift annuities benefitting DU, and providing educational outreach to internal and external audiences.

The Executive Director is also responsible for managing his/her own portfolio of prospective planned gift donors, which will include cultivating, soliciting and closing a full range of planned gifts. Such gifts include outright gifts of appreciated assets, life income gifts such as charitable gift annuities and charitable remainder trusts, and testamentary gift plans such as bequests and life insurance gifts.


The Department of History at Metropolitan State University of Denver invites applicants for a faculty lecturer position, beginning Fall 2018. The ideal candidate will have a doctorate in History with a formal concentration or significant research and teaching in United States history. Applicants with demonstrated experience teaching undergraduate courses focusing on the history of race and ethnicity in the United States are preferred.
The University is particularly interested in applicants who have experience working with students from diverse backgrounds and a demonstrated commitment to improving access to higher education for under-represented groups.

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