-For full consideration, submit an application for graduate admission to Holy Names University prior to May 1. On the application, select Experiential Learning Program in the appropriate field (contact the coordinator of the program to confirm).
-Indicate the academic program you plan to pursue.
-HNU preference is given to candidates who have at least one year of work experience beyond undergraduate degree.
-Include a resume with your application for admission and a letter of intent. The letter of intent should indicate what position(s) you are interested in and what you offer to the Experiential Learning Program and the students who you would interact with in both the classroom and experiential settings. Please send resume and letter of interest to the Director of the program, Omar Sanchez at firstname.lastname@example.org
-Upon receipt of your application, you will automatically be considered for the Experiential Learning Program; however, to be accepted into the Experiential Learning Program, you will need to be fully admitted to one of Holy Names University’s graduate programs and you will need to be selected for the Experiential Learning Program.
-Applications will be accepted after May 1, but openings in the program may be limited.
Additional Salary Information: 18 units per academic year plus room on campus if available.
About Holy Names University
Founded in 1868, Holy Names University is one of Oakland, California’s, first institutions, the oldest Catholic University in the East Bay, and the most diverse university in the United States. The campus is located in the Oakland Hills with a panoramic view the San Francisco Bay. HNU is a regional, residential, liberal arts university with an academic program of 19 undergraduate majors in specific disciplines across the arts and sciences as well as professional undergraduate and graduate programs in business, education and nursing.
Holy Names University offers sports for women in soccer, volleyball, basketball, golf, softball, cross country, track & field and tennis and sports for men in soccer, basketball, golf, cross country, track & field, tennis and baseball. All teams compete in the Pacific West Conference (PacWest) of NCAA Division II. The volleyball and basketball programs practice and compete on campus. The soccer, cross country, tennis, golf, baseball and softball programs practice and compete at facilities located near campus. HNU Athletics serves approximately 200 student athletes annually.
Holy Names University (www.hnu.edu), an AA/EOC employer, is committed to excellence through diversity.