February 2013


Team Peak has an opening for an Administrative Assistant based out of Valdez. The job description is attached.

TPA Aministrative Assistant rev1.pdf

Native artists offer profound contributions to intellectual inquiry and global dialogue. Native artists are at thresholds of exploration in unfolding creative terrains. They are deepening their impact on the field of contemporary arts practice and are forging new recognition in national and international communities. Through the Native Arts and Cultures Foundation Artist Fellowships program, there is hope to foster the creativity of our Indigenous artists, allowing the opportunity for study, reflection, experimentation, and innovation.

NACF is currently accepting applications for the 2014 awards.

DEADLINE: Friday, May 3, 2013.

For more information go to http://nacf.us/2014-Fellowships.

Fairbanks North Star School District (FNSBSD) has three Native Youth Olympics teams representing Lathrop, Effie Kokrine, and Randy Smith Middle School. It is wonderful to see non-native and native students learning the traditional hunting, strength, and endurance skills that the Alaska Native people have been utilizing for thousands of years. Not only are the athletes conditioning their bodies, but they are also preparing their minds and learning about the incredible culture that we are immersed in by living in Alaska. Top competitors will be traveling to the statewide competition in Anchorage in April. The teams are currently in the process of raising funds for their team banners, jerseys, and some travel costs. It would be fantastic if you could come and show your support for the athletes at their Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser coming up this Saturday from 5-7pm at Effie Kokrine Charter School. They will be demonstrating the traditional skills at 6pm. Please pass the word along.

Additionally, tonight FNSBSD (ANE) Alaska Native Education is hosting the Grant Review and Potluck at Denali Elementary from 5:30-7:30pm. Come enjoy delicious food, watch the performance, and participate in the future of ANE.

Spaghetti_Feed_NYO_Fundraiser.pdf

Northern Industrial Training (NIT) has been awarded a grant through the US Department of Education Alaska Native Adult Education Program for the following training programs: Health, Safety & Environmental Technician (HSET) and Roustabout. The grant pays for the cost of the training program but does not cover the support costs such as lodging, transportation, meals, etc. Non-Alaska Natives are welcome to attend either of the trainings for the program cost of $5000.

Roustabout – training dates are March 25-April 19, 2013 (Palmer)

HSET – training dates are April 8-May 10, 2013 (Anchorage)

The grant applications are listed below as well as the NIT application (for non-Alaska Natives), estimated support costs and flyers for each program. Please feel free to contact Buffi White at (907) 357-6400 or Buffi.white@nitalaska.com  for questions.

USDOE Grant Application-HSET April 2013.pdf

USDOE Grant Application-Roustabout March.pdf

USDOE HSET Announcement April 2013.pdf

USDOE Roustabout Announcement March 2013 (1).pdf

HSET Est Costs (April).pdf

Roustabout Est Costs (1).pdf

NIT Application 9-11.pdf

Model CALL.pdf

The American Indian Graduate Magazine is a bi-annual publication of the American Indian Graduate Center and is distributed nationwide to AIGC Alumni, AIGC Fellows, GMS Scholars, members of the AIGC American Indian Professional Association, graduate schools, colleges, universities, tribal colleges, tribal, federal and state education programs.

The American Indian Graduate is aimed at Indian students in undergraduate and graduate programs in the United States today and is published bi-annually, Spring and Fall, with a readership of approximately 16,000.

Please feel free to download our latest publication in PDF format.

American Indian Graduate Spring 2013 Issue

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The NeighborWorks Training Institute is pleased to partner with First Nations Oweesta Corporation to offer five days of training at the NeighborWorks Training Institute May 6-10, 2013 in Portland, Oregon. This specialized training is designed to build the capacity of Native practitioners through IDA development training, and strengthen Native communities through the exploration of designing comprehensive asset-building strategies for Native communities. A limited number of full scholarships are available for eligible organizations to attend this training. Use the scholarship code “CDFIOR13” where it says “Enter Scholarship Code”. The deadline for scholarship applications is Friday, March 1, 2013.

  1. Go to www.nw.org/scholarships
  2. If you have not applied for a scholarship at the NeighborWorks America scholarship website before, please click on ‘Create Account’ at the top of the page. After you have established an account, proceed to step 3
  3. Log in using your account e-mail address and password
  4. Click on ‘View Schedule of Events’
  5. Under ‘Schedule of Training Events’ find Portland NTI – NeighborWorks Training Institute – 2013 and click on ‘Apply’
  6. On the event page find the scholarship that is called ‘Oweesta Native CDFI NTI Scholarship’ and click ‘Learn More’
  7. Click on ‘Apply for Scholarship’
  8. Request your courses and support (tuition, lodging and travel)
  9. Be sure to use the scholarship code CDFIOR13 where it says ‘Enter Scholarship Code
  10. When complete, click on ‘Send Application’
  11. You will receive an e-mail verification of your application submittal

Scholarship opportunities covers tuition to both Oweesta Native-based courses, or one Native class and one other class of your choice, airfare and hotel.

Learn the latest skills for building and sustaining strong Native institutions and communities. For questions about this training opportunity or scholarship availability, contact Evelyn Bandoh at ebandoh.

For more information on the classes please click here.

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