Wardenburg Health Services has a variety of paid positions and volunteer opportunities.
Classified & University Staff Positions include:
Current employment opportunities can be found on Jobs at CU.
Our Counseling and Psychiatric Services department offers psychology training programs in a variety of areas.
Health Promotion | 303-492-2937
Every fall, Health Promotion recruits and trains new volunteers. Our volunteers are given the skills needed to educate and connect with peers on various health issues. We meet together on a weekly basis to continue learning about the impact of health on all aspects of student life. We cover various issues pertaining to student health such as body image, cold care, nutrition, stress management and relaxation (chair massages and aromatherapy), sleep, sexual health and more!
Physical Therapy and Integrative Care | 303-492-6280
We offer volunteer opportunities for those interested in health care. As a volunteer you will observe physical therapy and therapeutic exercises as well as assist with administrative and miscellaneous clinical needs for about two hours per week. Many volunteers advance into the work study program.
The mission of the Health Board is to provide student input into the operations of Wardenburg Health Services in order to represent students and positively influence campus health. Any full fee-paying student, graduate or undergraduate, may become a member of the Wardenburg Student Health Board. To apply please complete our online application. Applications will only be accepted at the beginning of each semester and if there are vacant positions on the board.
Community Service | 303-492-5650
Community service opportunities are usually available on a regular basis.
The University of Colorado does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, creed, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status in admission and access to, and treatment and employment in, its educational programs and activities. The university takes action to increase ethnic, cultural, and gender diversity, to employ qualified disabled individuals, and to provide equal opportunity to all students and employees.