ARHE Career Corner

The Association of Recovery in Higher Education hopes to use this career corner to post any relevant jobs and other opportunities related to addiction and recovery related services.

Director / Deputy Director / Statistician (Health)

Location: SAMHSA Office of Recovery, Office of Assistant Secretary

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Assistant Director of SAFE Campuses, Student Development Programs

Location: SAFE Project

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Assistant Director, High Risk Drinking Prevention

Location: UW-Madison

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AOD Counselor

Location: Vanderbilt University

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Substance Education Assessment Resources (SEAR) Program Coordinator

Location: University of Arkansas

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Associate Director for Collegiate Recovery

Location: University of North Carolina at Charlotte

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Collegiate Recovery Manager

Location: The University of Texas at Dallas

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Collegiate Recovery Peer Mentor

Location: Kennesaw State University

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Recovery Support Specialist

Location: University of Virgina

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Student Services Coordinator

Location: The University of North Texas

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Director

Location: The University of Texas

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Collegiate Recovery Community Coordinator

Location: Mississippi State University/ Starkville, MS

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Program Coordinator

Location: UT Austin

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Collegiate Recovery Specialist (Part-time)

Location: Elon University

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Collegiate Recovery Coordinator

Location: UC San Diego

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Salesforce Developer

Location: Faces & Voices of Recovery (Remote)

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Recovery Program Manager

Location: Baylor University

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Director for Collegiate Recovery and Intervention Services

Location: University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AB

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Peer Recovery Specialist

Location: South Charleston, West Virginia

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Telehealth LCDC

Location: San Antonio / South Texas (remote available)

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Addiction Counselor

University: Multiple

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Fall 2022 Internship Opportunity focused on recovery support services 

Join a team at the Oregon Social Learning Center working on a five-year project funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse called the JEAP Initiative, which aims to advance research on recovery support services for substance use disorder. Interns may be involved with a variety of projects depending on skills and interests, including finding existing research and resources related to the research priorities generated by the JEAP Initiative Community Boards, providing support to research studies, attending trainings, drafting website content, and more. We value lived experience and diverse perspectives, and thus there is a preferred qualification for individuals with lived experience with substance use issues or the justice system, and for applicants from underrepresented backgrounds. This internship can be conducted entirely remotely. See the internship posting or reach out to Michelle Cruz at michellec@oslc.org for more details. Application deadline: Thurs, 5/26 at noon Pacific time.

 

Making an Impact Scholarship

Find Addiction Rehabs is excited to offer a $1,000 scholarship to help one student pursue his or her education. The Find Addiction Rehabs “Making An Impact” Scholarship 2021 is open to any student enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program by September 1st, 2021 at any accredited U.S. college, university, or institute. Application submission deadline: Dec 31st, 2021. For scholarship application details, please visit the Making An Impact Scholarship webpage.

Hope Scholarship

The Hope Scholarship is available to degree-seeking students who identify as Black, Indigenous, and/or People of Color for winter semester 2022.  To become eligible for this $16,000 Hope Scholarship, applicants need to submit a resume and essay addressing commitment to the field of addiction counseling. For scholarship application details, please visit the Hazelden Betty Ford Graduate School of Addiction Studies Scholarship and Grant Opportunities webpage.

Rosetta Dooner Scholarship

The $10,000 Rosetta Dooner Scholarship is available to degree-seeking students for winter semester 2022. Preference will be given to scholarship applicants who are 1) fully bilingual in English and Spanish and/or 2) identify as Hispanic or Latinx. To become eligible for this $10,000 Rosetta Dooner Scholarship, applicants need to submit a resume and essay. For scholarship application details, please visit the Hazelden Betty Ford Graduate School of Addiction Studies Scholarship and Grant Opportunities webpage.

 

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A Collegiate Recovery Program (CRP) is a college or university-provided program that includes a supportive environment within the campus culture. CRPs reinforce the decision to engage in a lifestyle of recovery from addiction/substance use disorder. It is designed to provide an educational opportunity alongside recovery supports to ensure that students do not have to sacrifice one for the other.

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