What is NNU looking for in its employees?
Northwest Nazarene University is founded on Biblical values and is aligned with the principles of the Church of the Nazarene. To learn more about Christian conduct and lifestyle expectations, click on each of the following for excerpts from the Church of the Nazarene Manual:
A committed workforce serves the student community efficiently, positively, and with the teamwork necessary to produce the desired outcomes of Christ-like character, academic excellence, creative engagement, and social responsiveness. NNU values its dedicated employees and seeks to hire individuals who appreciate being able to work in a positive atmosphere that is based on biblical values. We strive to provide the best customer service to internal and external constituents by employing individuals called together to serve God.
Who is NNU?
Founded in 1913, the university now serves over 2,000 undergraduate and graduate students, more than 6,000 continuing education students, and 2,300 high school students through the concurrent credit program. Our mission is to encourage a habit of mind that enables each student to become God's creative and redemptive agent in today's world. We believe that the education obtained from NNU prepares graduates to be global Christians through academic excellence, social responsiveness, and creative engagement.
NNU is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities, and has been rated by U.S. News and World Report as one of the top masters-level universities in the west as well as recently featured in the Princeton Review's Book The Best Western Colleges.
What is it like to live in Nampa?
Nampa is a fast-growing community situated just 18 miles from Boise, Idaho's state capital, in the southwestern part of the state (also known locally as The Treasure Valley). In 2006, Money magazine recognized the Treasure Valley as number eight of the top 100 Best Places to Live. In 2005, Forbes named the Boise Metro area the #1 Best Place to Live in the U.S.
Nampa's location allows easy access to ski resorts, mountain hiking, camping, boating, and river rafting. Surrounded by beautiful mountain ranges, we experience the diversity of the four seasons. An additional interchange, completed in 2006, has transformed the face of Nampa by bringing in many new businesses while maintaining a family-friendly atmosphere. In 2006, Farmer's Insurance named Boise and Nampa as one of the safest places to live and the City of Nampa received the 2006 America's Promise 100 Best Cities for Youth.
Boise offers many cultural amenities such as the Boise Philharmonic Orchestra, Boise Master Chorale, Opera Idaho, Ballet Idaho, Riverside Jazz Orchestra, and the Boise Art Museum.