Employment opportunities at Wardenburg Health Center can be found at the CU-Boulder Human Resources web site.
Paid student positions including administrative work and physical therapy aides can be found at Student Employment.
This APA accredited program provides doctoral psychology interns with supervised clinical experience, multidisciplinary training, and selected opportunities for collaboration with psychiatry and primary care. For more information, download the Doctoral Internship Programs brochure (PDF).
The Social Work Fellowship at Wardenburg Health Services, Psychological Health and Psychiatry Department, has been successfully providing post-graduate training since 2006. It provides supervised clinical experience, multi-disciplinary training, and opportunities to specialize in focus areas of clinical work. For more information download the Social Work Fellowship Handbook (PDF).
Every fall, Community Health 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, condoms, contraception, intimate partner violence, nutrition, relaxation (chair massages and aromatherapy), sexual health, sexual assault, sleep, STIs, stress management, tobacco cessation and more! For more information click here 303.492.2937
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. For more information about our services click here. 303.492.6280
Community service opportunities are usually available on a regular basis. For more information, contact Wardenburg Human Resources at 303-492-5650.
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.