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Career Services

All Naropa alumni have access to career services, which includes one-on-one career counseling, career workshops and career fairs and online links to career resources.
 
Visit the Career and Community Engagement Center for more information. The Career and Community Engagement Center hosted events (click here for upcoming events) and has resources (click here for resources) available to all alumni. 
 
Looking for information on GSCP Credentialing? Visit the GSCP Credentialing page
 
To schedule an appointment to prepare for job search and/or discuss career direction, please contact Linda Faucheux, MA LPC, Director of the Naropa Career Center, lfaucheux@naropa.edu, 303-245-3578. You can schedule a career counseling appointment with Linda Faucheux online. (Open to Naropa students and alumni only). 
 
Linda Faucheux also provides the following:
  • Mindfulness-Based counseling to cultivate authentic work/life expression
  • Human Design System
  • VIA Strengths Inventory
  • StrengthsQuest
  • Graduate school application support
  • Internship or volunteer exploration
  • Job searching strategies
  • Resume and cover letter writing support
  • Interviewing preparation support

Click Therapist & Healers Directory to view directory.

If you are an alumna or alumnus of Naropa University, and would like to be included in this directory, please send the following information to nualumni@naropa.edu:

  • Therapist Name
  • Naropa Graduation Year
  • Degree
  • Major
  • Practice name
  • Address 
  • City
  • State
  • ZIP
  • Country
  • Phone
  • Email
  • Website URL
  • Description (of practice, approach, philosophy and/or services)

Any current, degree-seeking student or any alumnus who has earned a degree from Naropa can audit classes.
Any current degree-seeking or full-time visiting student, as well as any alumnus who has earned a degree from Naropa, may audit selected courses during the fall and spring semesters by following the procedures below:
 
1. Pick up an alumni audit form from Student Administrative Services or download it from the alumni tab on MyNaropa.
 
2. Check the Registration Schedules on MyNaropa (https://my.naropa.edu/ics/) to determine which courses are eligible for auditing. If the course you are interested in is not eligible for auditing, you must also obtain the permission from the program. Neither the program’s nor the instructor’s permission are guaranteed.
 
3. Bring the audit form to class to obtain the instructor’s signature.
 
4. If you are registered for the course for credit, drop the course. Audit forms received for classes in which an alumnus is currently registered, or has withdrawn from, will not be processed.
 
5. Submit the form to SAS, complete with required signature(s), within one week of the end of the drop/add period for the course. Audits will begin to be added after the drop/add date.
 
6. Plan to pay for your audit and fees immediately. Late fees will be added to unpaid fees approximately two weeks after the last day of the drop/add period.
 
7. Students who are admitted to a class will be charged $30 per credit hour plus all related course fees.
 
8. You will only be permitted to the course if:
      1. You are a current degree-seeking or visiting student (including those on an approved Leave of Absence) or alumnus who has earned a degree from Naropa.
      2. The course is available to audit (or you received program permission).
      3. You received instructor permission.
      4. You are not currently registered for, or withdrawn from, the course for credit.
 
9. If approved you will receive an email stating that you have been allowed into the course as an audit.
Available for Audit according to the schedule found under Registration Schedules on the homepage of MyNaropa.