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    6th Annual Preparing Future Faculty Conference for Graduate Students of Color - Sat., Feb. 27, 2021

    In collaboration with the UIC Graduate College and the Illinois Board of Higher Education, Northern Illinois University is sponsoring the 6th Annual Preparing Future Faculty (PFF) Conference for Graduate Students of Color.  The conference date is: Saturday, February 27, 2021, from 9 a.m-3 p.m. via Zoom. The conference theme is: Becoming, Belonging, and Thriving in Higher Education.

    The Registration Link is:

    Registration will remain open until Friday, February 19th. The full conference schedule and the meeting link will be sent to registrants after registration closes.

  • 7th Generation Coders

    Youth Council Will: Develop leadership role, keep the community informed on COMC events and information, set goals for coders boot camp, and develop a youth handbook.

    *Chicago is a CIMC service area. 

  • AIHS Open Positions

    American Indian Health Services of Chicago Open Positions

  • AISES Career Hub and Opportunities

    AISES Career Hub and Opportunities Board have free online job and career resource information.At the Career Hub job seekers can scan jobs, upload a resume or explore career resources by industry, state or job function. The Opportunities Board is a centralized hub of information with opportunities like scholarships, internships, and more. You can get access to complete, verified, and updated information that can help you grow your skills and expertise. What are you waiting for? Go to or NOW!

  • AISES Full-Circle Mentorship

    AISES is unveiling it’s Full-Circle Mentoring opportunity for up to fifty AISES members. This year-long program will match and support participants in one-on-one academic and career mentorship. Currently, mentorship matches are only available to college and professional members.


    As part of the Full-Circle Mentorship program and with AISES staff coordination, participants will co-create a mentorship plan, check-in periodically, and are encouraged to participate in webinars to enhance their mentorship relationship. Applications will be reviewed and accepted on a first come, first serve basis until May 31, 2020. Mentorship matches will be made by the end of June 2020.


    Don’t miss your chance to strengthen your journey by getting a mentor or becoming one, apply for the AISES Full-Circle Mentoring opportunity!


    Contact AISES Program Officer Chelsea Chee at or 505-289-2691 for more information.

  • AISES Undergraduate Opportunities


    Bake & Build Series - ENGINEERS

    On this original television series, where baking meets building, top cake artists and super engineers of all kinds team up to make the incredible … edible! The creators of the greatest edible creations will walk away with a large cash prize!

    Research & Extension Experiences for Undergraduates

    The National Institute of Food and Agriculture funded FAST REEU Fellowship program will provide both Native American and economically challenged students with research and educational experiences for two summers.

    NIJ Native Student Travel Scholarship Program Deadline April 15th

    Are you an American Indian or Alaska Native student enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program AND interested in issues related to public safety, crime, and justice? If so, the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) would like to help you explore science in criminal justice and public safety through conference scholarships!

    Summer Employment

    The UW-NPS Research Station, at the historic AMK Ranch, is located on the shore of Jackson Lake within Grand Teton National Park. The station provides housing and financial support for researchers addressing issues in the biological, social, and physical sciences as well as music, writing, painting, and other arts.

    Grace Hopper Celebration - Scholarships and Complimentary Registrations!

    The GHC Scholars Program provides funds for women who are either undergraduate students, graduate students, or faculty to attend our Celebration. Women who get selected as scholars gain access to career and academic workshops, networking opportunities, and memories that will last a lifetime.

    Stipends for Mentoring STEM Students!

    We invite you to apply for the Society for Science & the Public’s Advocate Program, which provides a $3,000 stipend and training to an individual (teacher, scientist, counselor, or mentor) who agrees to serve as an advocate for a minimum of three additional underserved students.

    Hyundai Women in STEM Scholarship

    Five scholarships in the amount of $10,000 each. Write an essay of 500 words or more on what has driven you to choose a STEM-related field for your future.

    Google Summer of Code

    Spend your summer break writing code and learning about open source development while earning a stipend! Many become lifetime open source developers. Application deadline is March 31, 2020.

    National Inventors Hall of Fame

    The National Inventors Hall of Fame is celebrating Women’s History Month by putting out a call for nominations for the 2020 Class of Inductees. If inducted, you or a colleague could join the ranks of world-changing innovators.

    View all opportunities.


  • American Indian College Fund

    Native Journalism Fellowship

    This fellowship provides Native students an opportunity to broaden their reporting and multimedia skills, while learning from professional Native journalists. Apply by MAY 31!

    ADEA Dental Virtual Fair

    This event connects prospective dental students with 50+ dental schools, their environment and curriculum, student experience and mission. RSVP for the MAY 19 Event

    4H Youth In Action Awards

    4‑H high school students and recent grads can earn a $5,000 scholarship and a trip to Washington, D.C. for National 4‑H Council’s Legacy Awards! Apply by MAY 18!

    Agriculture Fund Deadline

    NAAF helps Native farmers through grants in the areas of business assistance, ag education, technical support and advocacy. 

    Learn more and apply by JUNE 1st!

    NMAI Fall Internship Deadline

    The workshop will helps Native students navigate the dental school application process, strengthen their applications, and expand their network. Apply by JUNE 15th!

    Community Well-Being Fellow

    Dept of Global Health and Social Medicine seeks a postdoctoral fellow to coordinate a new research project dedicated to advancing Indigenous Community Well-Being. Learn more & apply!

    Disney Imagineering In A Box

    Disney has partnered with Khan Academy to provide this FREE online program, with 32 video modules that explore the diverse talents of Disney Imagineers around the world. Check it out HERE! 

  • American Indian College Fund, CONNECT Update (Networking - Internships - Jobs)

    • LEDA Scholars Program
    • Presidential Fellows Program
    • Next Gen Radio Training
    • AAUW Fellowships & Grants
    • Ford Foundation Fellowships
    • AFRL Scholars Program
    • FBI Cyber Internship
    • STEM Internship Opportunities
    • Public Health Informatics Fellow
  • American Indian College Fund Education Calendar

    Dive Into the Native Pathways Fall Education Calendar!

  • American Indian College Fund Resources

    • Nike N7 2021 Internship
    • FREE Tribal Solar Training
    • Native Pre-Admission Workshop
    • LA Skins Fest Film Contest
    • Ford Foundation Fellowships
    • Public Health Informatics Fellow
    • Google Grow Certificates
    • FBI Cyber Internship
    • Next Gen Radio Training

    American Indian College Fund | 800-776-3863 | |


  • American Indian College Fund Resources

    • The Gates Scholarship
    • Catching the Dream Scholarship
    • American Indian Services Support
    • CVS Pharmacy Scholarship
    • State & National Scholarships
    • MSU Native Nursing Scholarships
    • Doctoral Grants for Women
    • Graduate Library Scholarships
    • Greenhouse Scholars Program
  • American Indian College Fund Updates

    • Medical School Application Workshop: Attend this two-day workshop for a comprehensive review of the medical school admissions process presented by top medical schools. 
    • Tribal Public and Environmental Health Fellowship: Apply to the full-year paid internship and research the environmental health of Alaskan tribal lands. 
    • Graduate Marketing Internship: Apply to the 3-month internship and work across various phases of the Nike marketing process. 
    • Criminal Justice Travel Grant: 15 American Indian and Alaska Native students can attend criminal justice-related conferences. 
    • USAJobs Navigation Webinar: Register for this virtual training that provides a step-by-step process for searching for, and applying to, Federal jobs. 
    • Bloomberg Summer Institute: Take courses designed to introduce indigenous health leaders to public health approaches to address health disparities in tribal communities. 
    • Henry Roe Cloud FellowshipThe Roe Cloud Fellowship has developed American Indian Studies at Yale by supporting doctorate completion in Native studies. 
    • NAHJ Multimedia Fellowship: NAHJ and Verizon Media are providing fellows the opportunity to make an impact with their multimedia content.
  • Another Week of Great Career Events

     Careers in Student Affairs (CSA) is a 2-part panel discussion series. CSA: Impacting the Student Experience (Monday, October 19, 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM) will be an engaging discussion with Student Affairs Professionals representing Student Conduct, Greek Life, Student Activities, and Housing. They will be sharing their career journeys and offering advice on how to pursue careers in Higher Education. This event is open to the public.

    From the Search to Settling In: Practical Tips for Job-Seekers with Disabilities (Tuesday, October 20, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM) will include a panel of professionals covering topics such as resume writing, knowing your rights and employee accommodations, as well as disclosure and bringing your full self to work. Valuable information and advice will be provided for individuals with disabilities as well as allies.

    The Peace Corps Information Session (Tuesday, October 20, 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM) gives you the opportunity to find out what they are doing during the current pandemic. Join the information session from 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM and stay to talk to a representative from 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM.

    The Graduate and Professional School Fair (Thursday, October 22, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM) is a great opportunity to connect with over 50 graduate schools and professional programs located throughout the US. Also, get help preparing for this event during the Graduate & Professional School Virtual Fair Student Information & Troubleshooting Session (Wednesday, October 21, 2:00 PM - 4:30 PM).

    The Health Professions Forum (HPF): Community Health and Advocacy (Thursday, October 22, 3:00 PM - 4:15 PM) is an opportunity to learn about various career roles that have an impact through community health education and advocacy. Panelists will share how their work is instrumental in advocating for, and educating communities on, public health issues within educational and non-profit settings.

    Get your graduate school application questions answered during the Graduate School Month (GSM) - Graduate Admissions Panel Discussion (Friday, October 23, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM). The panelists will include admissions representatives from schools such as Law, Public Health, Counseling/Psychology, Medicine, and Professional Studies.

  • ARTS AND CULTURE CAREER FAIR: Friday February 21 at UIC!

    Arts + Culture Career Fair

    • Date: Friday February 21, 2020
    • Time: Noon – 3pm
    • Location: Student Center East (SCE), Illinois Room

    Hosted by UIC Career Services, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, University of Illinois Springfield

  • Assistant Dean for Recruitment, College of Applied Health Sciences University of Illinois at Chicago

    Job Summary:

    The Dean’s Office of the College of Applied Health Sciences (AHS) at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) invites applications for the position of Assistant Dean for Recruitment. This full-time academic professional position provides leadership in undergraduate student recruitment and yield initiatives within the college. Using data driven metrics and best practices in marketing, the Assistant Dean for Recruitment provides overall leadership in planning, directing, implementing, and assessing recruitment and yield strategies to meet the enrollment goals of the College of Applied Health Sciences. This position is responsible for developing and maintaining partnerships with feeder high schools and community colleges related to student outreach and pipeline programs.  In addition, the Assistant Dean for Recruitment collaborates and communicates frequently with academic departments across the college and with the campus Office of Academic Enrollment Services on recruitment and yield initiatives. The Assistant Dean for Recruitment utilizes software to manage prospective student databases and communication plans.  The ideal candidate has previous recruitment and admissions experience, as well as a deep knowledge of recruitment policies and practices, and marketing strategies particularly as they pertain to undergraduate recruitment. Travel is necessary for this role.  Candidate must have excellent leadership, attention-to-detail, communication/marketing, organizational, and interpersonal skills.  A commitment to diversity and a client-centered, teamwork attitude are required.

  • Attention pre-health majors, workshop opportunity!

    Pre-Health Bridge Workshop

    Washington State University Native American Health Sciences is providing a one-day virtual workshop experience for pre-health students interested in the medical, nursing, pharmacy, pharmaceutical sciences, veterinary, speech and hearing science, and allied health fields!


    Saturday, November 7, 2020 from 12:00PM to 4:00PM online


    Identify as an American Indian, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander, First Nations, or a descendant of a tribe. Be enrolled in 2-year or 4-year public, private, or tribal institution.Be interested as a pre-health major or allied health field, or already enrolled in pre-health major.

    Compensation:All participants will be compensated with a $100 amazon gift card after completing the workshop.

    For more information:

    If you want more information or have questions please contact Evanlene Melting Tallow at

    Register Here:


  • California Indian Manpower Consortium

    The CIMC Workforce Development Program provides job training and employment opportunities for low-income, unemployed and underemployed Native American, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian individuals residing in our service area. 

  • California Indian Manpower Consortium

    Are you currently seeking employment? 

  • Career Pathways Guidbook

    Get help planning your future with this new career readiness guide for Native students. CLICK HERE to access it for FREE!

  • Casey Brown (Ho-Chunk), Comedian Performance

    Date: March 24, 2021 from 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

    All UIC students, staff, faculty, and community friends are welcome!

    This Comedian Performance with Casey Brown (Ho-Chunk) is part of the Alternative Spring Break series hosted by the Native American Support Program, The University of Illinois at Chicago.

    Casey Brown moved from his home state of Wisconsin to takes classes at Second City, the world’s premier comedy writing and performing school. He soon became part of the local comedy scene producing and hosting multiple shows at The Vic Theater, The Gallery Cabaret and Bucktown Pub. He continues to be a leading voice in Chicago's small Indigenous comedy scene.

    "Casey Brown Chicago's Best (Only) American Indian Comedian” will speak to the trials of being in the minority of racial minorities in his people’s own country and how that effects life as a writer, director, producer and performer in the urban setting of Chicago.

  • Come to the Last Minute Opportunities and Virtual Tours Webinar Flyer

    Come learn about Last Minute Opportunities and Virtual Tours!!!

    Join the College Fund on May 5 at 3 pm MDT for a webinar on Last Minute Opportunities and Virtual Tours.

    Learn how to stay on track this year!

    Click Here to RSVP, and you can also WIN GREAT PRIZES!

  • Mentorship Program Description

    Community Health in Action Mentorship Program (CHAMP)

    Please see the attached flyer which includes the QR code for the application. The application deadline is June 14, 2021. 


    The link to apply is also below:




  • CONNECT Update (Networking - Internships - Jobs)

    Native Journalism Fellowships: Apply by April 30th!

    AIBL Summer Internships: Learn more and apply by MAR 15th!

    Native Women Art Fellowship: Apply by MAR 26th!

    Click Article Title To Learn About More Opportunities. 

  • CONNECT Update (Networking - Internships - Jobs)

    NAFOA Career Basics Program: The Career Basics Program is OPEN! Native Youth and young professionals will learn important career prep and personal finance skills, PLUS a chance to receive a bonus gift! Learn more and register HERE!

    First Peoples Artist Fellowship: 20 to 25 artists will be selected for a one-year fellowship program and receive a $5,000 - $10,000 project grant to further work in their communities. Apply by SEPT 6th!

    Ford Foundation Fellowships: Diverse predoctoral, dissertation, and postdoctoral fellowships will be awarded by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. Learn more and apply by DEC 16th!

    FBI Cyber Internship: The program offers undergrad, graduate or post-doc students the opportunity to assist in investigating and preventing the most sophisticated computer threats. Learn more and apply HERE!

  • CONNECT Update (Networking - Internships - Jobs) JUNE

    American Indian College Fund Monthly Update

  • CONNECT Update (Networking - Internships - Jobs) OCTOBER

    • Nike N7 Internship
    • AAUW Fellowships & Grants
    • FREE Tribal Solar Training
    • PPIA Junior Summer Institute (JSI) Fellowship Program
    • Bloomberg Fellows Program
    • LEDA Scholars Program
    • Ford Foundation Fellowships
    • Hesperus Career Skills Program
    • Summer Security Intensive
    • Department of Energy Scholars Program
    • Air Force Research Laboratory Scholars Program
    • Pre-Health Bridge Workshop

    Click Article Title To Learn More. 

  • Diversity Conservation Fellows

    Students can partner with conservation organizations to increase and facilitate green career pathways for emerging leaders of color. Apply by MAR 31!

  • Diversity Conservation Fellows

    Students can partner with conservation organizations to increase and facilitate green career pathways for emerging leaders of color. Apply by MAR 31!

  • Dr. Eli Suzukovich III (Little Shell Band of Chippewa-Cree/Krajina Serb)

    Date: March 25, 2021 from 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

    All UIC students, staff, faculty, and community friends are welcome!

    This casual conversation with Dr. Eli Suzukovich III (Little Shell Band of Chippewa-Cree/Krajina Serb) is part of the Alternative Spring Break series hosted by the Native American Support Program, The University of Illinois at Chicago.

    Dr. Eli Suzukovich III is an anthropologist with a focus on cultural resource management, ethnography, religion, oral history, and ethno-biology. Currently, Eli is a Research Scientist in the Negaunee Integrative Research Center at the Field Museum, where he is a member of the curation team for the renovation of the Native North America Hall. Along with museum work, Eli is a lecturer in the Environmental Policy and Culture Program at Northwestern and a faculty affiliate in the Native American and Indigenous Research Institute at Northwestern University.

  • Executive Director, American Indian Health Service of Chicago

    American Indian Health Service of Chicago has a position open.  If you are interested open the attachments.


    The Andrew W. Mellon Summer Academy at the Art Institute of Chicago is currently accepting applications until March 1st, 2020.

    This is a one-week intensive aimed at college freshmen, sophomores, and non-traditional undergraduate students with two or more years of coursework remaining. Participants receive a small per diem (daily stipend) for the week, plus all expenses are paid including food, travel, and sleeping arrangements. This program is funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, which is dedicated to creating opportunities for historically underrepresented groups in the museum field. For more info about these diversity efforts, here is a helpful video from the Foundation's leadership LINK.

    The 2020 program will have a thematic focus on curating Indigenous arts and arts of Africa & the diaspora.

    To apply for the next Mellon Summer Academy at the Art Institute of Chicago, please visit:

    Participants who are chosen for the Summer Academy will be eligible to apply for an exclusive Mellon Undergraduate Curatorial Fellowship (MUCF). This is a two-year commitment at the Art Institute of Chicago where students will be paired with a museum mentor to receive in-depth curatorial training. A list of our most recent fellows is attached below.

  • Financial Aid Policy Internship

    This immersive training experience in banking is for minority sophmore undergrad students. Learn more and apply by FEB 28th!

  • Great Lakes Native American Medical School Applicant Workshop


    The University of Illinois College of Medicine Urban Health Program is partnering with the Michigan State University College School of Human Medicine for their annual Great Lakes Native American Medical School Applicant Workshop being held March 26 – 28 in Grand Rapids, Michigan.  The partnership includes several other health colleges, primarily in states with large Native American populations such as Minnesota, Michigan & Wisconsin.  The workshop is a multi-day experience geared for pre-med Native American students who plan to apply to medical school within the next two years.  This experience will provide students with the opportunity to meet various faculty and staff to learn tips for when their applying to medical school, research, funding, as well as career development opportunities.  The deadline for all applications will be on February 17th with the admissions decision by February 28th.

    We would like your assistance in sending the attached flyer and application to Native American pre-meds who currently live in Illinois. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to contact me at any time. 


    Garie Pierre-Louis

    Outreach & Recruitment Coordinator

  • Health Professions Forum on 10/7 "Direct Patient Care"

    Health Professions Forum - Direct Patient Care

    October 7, 20213:00 pm - 4:00 pm

    Location: Zoom

    Learn about the various career roles that focus on addressing a wide range of health topics that impact communities and populations, especially during this pandemic.

    Panelists will share how their work impacts various populations through their lens in hospital, non-profit and the fire service industry.

    Panelists include: Sarah Mills, MD, MPH, Fellowship Director for Palliative Medicine, University of Texas Dell Medical SchoolJasmeet Sanghera, Firefighter/Paramedic, Fire ServiceHana Khan, Behavioral Health Technician, AMITA Health

    For more information, please visit

  • Hear from the DECISION MAKERS about internships applications!

    Join the Native Pathways team and a guest panel of internship managers on Wednesday, OCT 7 at 1pm MDT to learn how to get your next internship.


    RSVP today, and you may WIN SOME GREAT PRIZES too!

  • How to Ace Your Virtual Interview, Teach For America

    Are you preparing for an upcoming virtual job interview/internship? Feeling a bit worried about how to present your strengths in a virtual setting? 

    Join Teach For America on Thursday, November 5th from 5-6pm CT for How to Ace Your Virtual Interview. Hear from staff members about tips on a successful virtual interview and ask questions about what our interviewers look for in applicants. This event is open to students of all grade levels, majors, and backgrounds.

    Here is the link to register. Teach For America is excited to support your professional development!

  • Instagram News Fellowship

    College seniors and recent grads can serve as Instagram editors for the summer, working with newsrooms to reach new audiences. Apply by MAR 6th!

  • Invitation to applicants for tenure-track position in Native American Studies and the Environment

    ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IN NATIVE AMERICAN STUDIES AND THE ENVIRONMENTDepartment of Environmental Science, Policy and Management and the Department of Ethnic StudiesUniversity of California, Berkeley

  • JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant Professor – Clinical Psychology

    The Department of Psychology in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the University of Illinois Chicago seeks to fill a tenure-track faculty position in Clinical Psychology to begin August, 2022. The successful candidate will have a promising program of research, will contribute to teaching and student success at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, and will demonstrate competency in incorporating principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion in the research and teaching contexts. We are particularly interested in candidates who have a research focus on psychopathology; health promotion and intervention; or dissemination and implementation science. However, all areas of research excellence will be considered. Given the department’s commitment to training students from historically underrepresented backgrounds, as well as UIC’s emphasis on serving the surrounding communities, we strongly encourage applications from candidates whose work incorporates and/or benefits populations that are traditionally underserved or understudied in Psychology. 

    Applicants must submit an online application to the UIC Job Board ( and upload a cover letter, CV, research statement, and teaching statement. Applicants should also provide a diversity statement that discusses past and planned future contributions to diversity and inclusion (e.g., teaching, research, and service). In the online application there will be fields for you to enter the email addresses of three individuals who can provide letters of reference. Questions about the application process should be directed to Jessie Morris-Forristall at

    Apply by October 15, 2021. Questions about the position should be directed to the search committee co-chairs, Dr. Erin Berenz ( and Dr. Michael Meinzer ( 

  • UIC Human Resources Logo

    JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: Clinical Assistant Professor, Clinical Psychologist (Office of Applied Psychological Services/Psychiatry)

    The Department of Psychology, in conjunction with the Department of Psychiatry, at the University of Illinois at Chicago is seeking a licensed psychologist to serve as a Clinical Assistant Professor. The position is a non-tenure track, 12-month appointment.  This position will be 60% in the psychology department, providing supervision and teaching, and 40% in the psychiatry department, providing direct service to patients. The 60% in psychology will entail providing therapy and assessment supervision to doctoral students through the Office of Applied Psychological Services (OAPS) and teaching one graduate or undergraduate course per semester in the Psychology department. OAPS is the training clinic for the Department’s APA-accredited Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology and provides services to adults and children in Chicago and the surrounding suburbs.  The Clinical Psychology Program endorses a scientist-practitioner training model, has been accredited by APA since 1974, and is a member of the Academy of Psychological Sciences. The 40% time in psychiatry will be spent providing direct clinical services to clients, often part of the UIC community, both in person and via telehealth. The psychiatry department one of the largest in the Midwest, with several nationally-recognized training programs and several fellowships. The Department is nationally known for clinical research in multiple areas, including anxiety and mood disorders, psychosis, late life depression, autism, addictions, mental health services, and women’s mental health. 

    To Apply: Submit an online application to the UIC Job Board ( by August 31, 2021. Please upload a cover letter, CV, and provide the names and email addresses of three references within the online application. Questions about the application process should be directed to Jessie Morris-Forristall at  

  • Job Announcement Executive Assistant American Indian Health Service of Chicago

    American Indian Health Service of Chicago has a position open.  If you are interested open the attachments.

  • Job Title: Data Entry Aide – Federal Work Study Students Only - Hourly Undergraduate

    Apply for this position through UIC Handshake at and upload your resume, cover letter and Financial Aid Award Letter for Federal Work Study

    Apply by Nov. 2, 2020 at 6pm

    Hourly rate: $12.20

    For questions about the position, please contact Michelle Hathaway at

    Please Click Title to Learn More.

  • Join AISES and Intel for a webinar on Artificial Intelligence (AI).

    The one-hour webinar is for students or industry professionals who are curious about AI and want to explore AI—what it's used for and why.

    This webinar will take place on Wednesday, March 25 from 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM (MDT).


    Attention all applicants! The deadline for the Cobell Scholarship 2020-2021 Academic Year opportunity is just a month away. Don't miss out on this opportunity, you even get an extra day!! Leap on it and apply NOW! Both Merit-based and Need-based, the competitive Cobell Scholarship is annual, non-renewable, and available to any post-secondary (after high school) student who is; an enrolled member of a US Federally-Recognized Tribe, enrolled in full-time study and is degree-seeking. Applicants must plan to attend or be attending any nationally, regionally and industry accredited non-profit, public and private, institution.

  • LGBTQ Congressional Internship

    The Victory Institute’s Congressional Internship is developing the next generation of out public leaders. Learn more about the LGBTQ Equality caucus & apply by MAR 9!

  • Library/Research Internships

    Undergraduate and graduate internships and fellowships are available in indigenous research. Deadlines in JAN, FEB & MARCH!

  • Medical Lecture Transcriber - Students Only - Hourly Undergraduate -  Position Number 4148188

    Job Title: Medical Lecture Transcriber - Students Only - Hourly Undergraduate -  Position Number 4148188

    Apply for this position through UIC Handshake at and upload your resume, cover letter, & unofficial transcripts. Letter of recommendation must come from the recommender and be sent directly to Dr. Anderson (

    Click Post Title to Learn More

  • Mellon Foundation Native Intern

    This provides an opportunity for three Native students to conduct research, explore career possibilities in archives, and receive advanced training. Apply by FEB 15!

  • Native Alliance Summit, Teach For America

    The second is the  Native Alliance Summit from November 6-8. This year’s virtual Native Alliance Annual Leadership Summit will bring together Teach For America’s American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawai’ian Indigenous internal and external community to build a coalition of relatives, supporters and mentors among Tribal Nations/Villages. Throughout the three day summit, participants will work together to build, strengthen, and share resources that support best practices and legislative advocacy for Native Education. Through collaboration, we will work to strengthen the inherent sovereignty of our Nations through Indigenous thought and philosophy and work to dismantle, decolonize, and Indigenize the education system that has historically harmed Indigenous communities.

  • Native Internship Program

    Learn about the value of archives, and the research potential of the Sequoyah National Research Center. Apply by MAR 16th!