Chapman University's Attallah College of Educational Studies seeks applications for part-time lecturer who has the ability to teach one or two courses toward the Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) emphasis in the Counseling and School Psychology (CSP) programs. This position is posted for openings that may become available over the course of 2018-2019 academic year. There may or may not be an available position at the time of application. Courses within these programs are taken exclusively by graduate students earning degrees and credentials in School Counseling and School Psychology, and who are seeking to supplement that training with the coursework that would make them eligible to be licensed as Professional Clinical Counselors in the State of California. Attallah College is deeply committed to excellence in scholarship and teaching, including providing students with personalized educational experiences involving monitoring and collaborative research. More information about the Attallah College of Educational Studies is available at https://www.chapman.edu/education/index.aspx. Chapman University, located in the heart of Orange County, offers traditional undergraduate programs in the arts and sciences and select pre-professional and graduate programs. Ranked as one of the top 10 universities in the western region by U.S. News and World Report, Chapman has gained national recognition with its commitment to excellence through research and innovative teaching. More information about the university is available at chapman.edu.
Chapman University is one of California's oldest and most respected private universities, offering distinguished undergraduate and graduate degrees in the context of a liberal arts and sciences university. For more than 150 years, Chapman University has served as a symbol of educational access and excellence in the state of California. Founded as Hesperian College in 1861 in Woodland, California by members of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), we admitted men and women and people of color from our earliest days. Endowed by the Valencia orange magnate Charles Clarke Chapman, the institution changed its name to Chapman College in 1934, and by 1954 had moved to the former campus of Orange Union High School in Orange, California. The college again extended higher educational access when it began offering classes to military personnel at El Toro Marine Base.In 1965, Chapman took undergraduate education to the high seas when it began running World Campus Afloat, the program that would eventually become Semester at Sea, a tradition that continues at Chapman through our world-wide study abroad programs.Since our founding, Chapman has grown into a highly regarded university that at...tracts high-achieving undergraduate and graduate students from all over the United States, and more than 60 nations around the world.Our mission statement: To provide personalized education of distinction that leads to inquiring, ethical and productive lives as global citizens.