Faculty Employment Opportunities
Teaching at Naropa University
Each year the Human Resources Department receives numerous requests from people interested in joining our remarkable faculty. To facilitate your ability to learn more about teaching at Naropa, we've provided you with the following information:
Please note that Naropa does not accept solicitations for new academic programs or courses. We make curriculum decisions based on a number of factors and post all of our available teaching positions.
Thank you for your interest in faculty employment at Naropa University! Please feel free to review our faculty job postings and apply to those that meet your interest and for which you feel qualified.
Naropa is actively engaged in creating an inclusive, diverse community and is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. In keeping with our diversity initiatives, we welcome applications from women and minorities and from those who support a diverse workplace.
If you have questions about a specific position, please email us at employmentAT_naropa.edu.
Successful applicants must be able to provide proof of identity and eligibility to work in the United States with document originals within three days of being hired by the university. We welcome you to visit this site frequently, as faculty job postings change regularly.
If you're interested in visiting us, we welcome you! Tours of our Arapahoe Campus, located at 2130 Arapahoe Avenue in Boulder, are conducted daily at 2 p.m. by the Office of Admissions.
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Summer Writing Program Faculty Invitation Policy
Each year, the Summer Writing Program receives numerous requests from people interested in joining our esteemed faculty. In the interest of transparency, we're providing the following information about how we invite faculty to teach during the SWP.
Professor Anne Waldman, Artistic Director of the SWP and co-founder of the Jack Kerouac School at Naropa, curates the Summer Writing Program and designs the program with certain themes in mind. These themes influence faculty invitations each summer. We also have commitments to some annual and bi-annual faculty members. Given the balancing act of themes and regularly invited guests, the visiting faculty slots are extremely specific. As a curator of writing programs for over forty years, Professor Waldman is uniquely qualified to work with the summer curriculum, regular faculty, and other luminaries.
While faculty are solicited to teach in the program, we are happy to receive faculty CVs and recommendations. It is, however, rare for such a person to be invited if his/her work and the quality of his/her teaching and poetics are not already known to Professor Waldman and the Summer Writing Program. This is not simply a poetry reading venue, but a rigorous educational environment.
Please direct all inquiries to the SWP office, and please refrain from contacting Professor Waldman directly with casual inquiries in social contexts or in professional venues outside Naropa. Many thanks for your understanding in this regard.
If you would like to bring your work to our attention, please send it to:
Summer Writing Program
2130 Arapahoe Avenue
Boulder, CO 80302
Director of Human Resources