The Division of Student Affairs
offers a rich working environment with opportunities ranging from interacting
with and developing students, providing support to student populations and contributing to special initiatives related to assessment, communications and
Full & Part-Time Positions
If you are interested in
positions available through the Division of Student Affairs, please visit
DePaul’s Human Resources site at hr.depaul.edu. There you will find all of the
details about vacancies and how to apply.
The Division offers many positions for
students and students seeking to become leaders. These positions offer an
opportunity to get more involved on campus and build skills that will be
transferable to a career after graduation.
Position descriptions and application
requirements for student positions are listed on the Office of Student
Employment Campus Job Board at studentemployment.depaul.edu. In order to access job information you will have
to log in to the Campus Job Board, at the right hand side of the web page.
Leadership education, development and training for DePaul University students is a priority. Student Affairs uses a co-curricular, diverse and community-based relational leadership model as our central focus. By engaging in leadership opportunities, students will acquire and develop leadership skills they can use to provide socially responsible leadership within various professional and organizational settings. See Leadership Opportunities for more information.
& Internships (Unpaid)
The division has a long history of
inviting post-baccalaureate and graduate level students to intern within its
departments. Many students fulfill their requirements for their degrees by completing required hours with one of our departments. Students have come
from within DePaul as well as other neighboring institutions such as Loyola,
Northwestern, Roosevelt and the University of Illinois at Chicago. If you are interested in
working with one of our areas, please contact the
Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs at (312) 362-5680.
The Advanced Therapy Practicum
University Counseling Services offers a 9 ½ month, 24 hour/week Advanced Therapy Practicum with intensive clinical training in time-limited individual psychotherapy, group counseling, crisis intervention, consultation and liaison with various campus offices, including psychoeducational workshops to promote student health and wellness. The advanced practicum program affords rich opportunities for individual and group supervision and didactic trainings.
Find out more information about the Advanced Therapy Practicum.