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AVID Tutors Baboquivari High School: https://ais.arizona.edu/job-announcement/avid-tutors-needed-baboquivari-high-school

Higher Ed Jobs: American Indian Studies job search: https://www.higheredjobs.com/search/advanced_action.cfm?OnlyTitle=0&Keyword=american+indian+studies

Pima Community College job listings: https://pima.edu/pima-jobs/index.html

Tohono O'odham Community College job listings: https://tocc.applicantpro.com/jobs/?is_internal=0&city=&state_id=3&employment_type_id=&org_unit_id=&sort=job_title

University of Arizona job site: https://uacareers.com/postings/search

 

 

Avid Tutors Needed for Baboquivari High School

Program Coordinator, Senior
https://uacareers.com/postings/13959
Part-time Program Coordinator, Tribal Relations

The Graduate Associate/Assistant position previously announced is now a part-time Program Coordinator position in Tribal Relations.  Interested parties can apply through the University of Arizona Human Resources website with reference to the position number S22273.  

Start date is October 10, 2016.

Associate Library Director, SUNY Oswego

Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to apply for the position of Associate Library Director at Penfield Library, SUNY Oswego.

Penfield Library seeks a clever, seasoned professional who will:

(a) assist the Library Director in identifying and supporting user-centered, innovative, and high-impact services;
(b) work with the Library Director to align library resources, services, and other initiatives to institutional priorities, and assess them;
(c) helm the library's scholarly communication efforts, and manage the institutional repository;
(d) develop and promote the library's Special Collections;
(e) foster a culture of appreciation, inspiration, and collaboration within the library
 

Job Postings at the Center for Puerto Rican Studies

Digital Projects Coordinator (Full time equivalent)

Responsibilities:

• Coordinate the implementation of assigned digital projects.

• Contribute to the development of digital collections.

• Enforce best practices for processing, quality control, content management, and

preservation of digital collections according to national standards.

• Solve problems, answer questions and provide technical solutions to supervisors

and staff.

• Oversee training and supervision of other project team members.

• Maintain statistics and prepare official project reports as requested.

• Responsible for technical aspects of digital project outcomes.

To apply: Forward cover letter, resume and contact information for 2 professional references via email to Anibal Arocho, Library Manager, at aa3260@hunter.cuny.edu and cc: José deJesús, Associate Director for Operations, at jdejesus@hunter.cuny.edu .

The subject line of the email should read: Digital Projects Coordinator. Telephone queries: 212-396-7879

About the Center for Puerto Rican Studies at Hunter College The Center for Puerto Rican Studies is a research institute dedicated to the study and interpretation of the Puerto Rican experience in the United States, producing and disseminating relevant interdisciplinary research. Centro also collects preserves and provides access to library and archival resources documenting Puerto Rican history and heritage. We seek to link scholarship to social action and policy debates, and to contribute to the betterment of our community and enrichment of Puerto Rican studies. centropr.hunter.cuny.edu

Hunter College, located in the heart of Manhattan, is the largest college in the City University of New York (CUNY). Founded in 1870, it is also one of the oldest public colleges in the country.

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Art Assistant Digital Curator (part time)

Art Program Assistant Digital Curator duties and responsibilities:

  • Curation of the Centro Digital Art Humanities Exhibitions.
  • Evaluate and update metadata of digital assets from current and past travelling exhibitions.
  • Selects and prioritizes the Centro art collections to be transferred to a digital format.
  • Oversees and assists with the digitization of art works in coordination with Centro staff.

To apply: Forward cover letter, resume and contact information for 2 professional references via email to Anibal Arocho, Library Manager, at aa3260@hunter.cuny.edu and cc: José deJesús, Associate Director for Operations, at jdejesus@hunter.cuny.edu The subject line of the email should read: Art Assistant Digital Curator Telephone queries: 212-396-7879.

About the Center for Puerto Rican Studies at Hunter College The Center for Puerto Rican Studies is a research institute dedicated to the study and interpretation of the Puerto Rican experience in the United States, producing and disseminating relevant interdisciplinary research. Centro also collects preserves and provides access to library and archival resources documenting Puerto Rican history and heritage. We seek to link scholarship to social action and policy debates, and to contribute to the betterment of our community and enrichment of Puerto Rican studies. centropr.hunter.cuny.edu

Hunter College, located in the heart of Manhattan, is the largest college in the City University of New York (CUNY). Founded in 1870, it is also one of the oldest public colleges in the country.

Instructional Specialist, Senior

The THINK TANK is seeking candidates for the positon of Instructional Specialist, Senior.  The Instructional Specialist, Senior is responsible for the delivery of LSAT exam material, and for the verbal sections of the GRE and GMAT graduate school entrance exams. Instruction of the verbal sections of the ACT and SAT college entrance exam preparation course is also required. Curriculum review and refinement will be an ongoing process for all exams.  The successful candidate will be highly skilled in logic, rhetoric, composition, English, as well as classroom instruction. Developing rapport and building relationships with students are an essential part of the position, as well as maintaining positive relationships with other instructors and campus stakeholders.  Collaboration with these stakeholders both on and off campus will include meetings, formal and informal presentations, and workshops.

More information can be found at the posting:

Department: Student Learning Services (8908)

Job Title: Instructional Specialist, Senior

Posting Number: S22209

Executive Assistant Position Open at AIGC, KBUG Events, SFIS Cultural Exchange Fundraising & INLP Book Exhibit
Executive Assistant Position Open at AIGC, KBUG Events, SFIS Cultural Exchange Fundraising & INLP Book Exhibit

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Executive Assistant Position Open at AIGC!

 

Executive Assistant - The American Indian Graduate Center, a 

$15 million nonprofit scholarship and fellowship administrator, is seeking an experienced Executive Assistant. This individual is responsible for providing support to the executive team, including drafting correspondence, schedule and manage meetings and travel, manage all aspects of Board of Directors meetings and correspondence, proofread and edit organizational materials, orientation and oversight of support staff.  Bachelors degree and a minimum of 5 years previous experience required.  Human resources experience desired.  Full-time position with competitive salary and benefits.

 

AIGC is an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity employer committed to multicultural diversity.  American Indian or Alaska Native preference.

 

To apply for this position, please Email a letter of interest, resume and 2 references to: web@aigcs.org.   

                       

American Indian Graduate Center

3701 San Mateo Blvd. NE, #200 

Albuquerque, NM 87110

Tel:  (505) 881-4584

Fax: (505) 884-0427

www.aigcs.org

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Know Before U Go Events

"A Guide to College Readiness"

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University of Washington, SeattleWashington 

October 15, 2016

Location: Intellectual House

Time:       9am - 3:30 PST

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Students, parents and educators are welcome to attend the 

Know Before U Go event.  Area tribes are encouraged to contact AIGC to partner in helping transport students. Each participant including parents must register online by visiting www.aigcs.org or click the link below to register. For additional information or to host an event, please contact Josh Lucio at 1-800-628-1920.

 

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South Dakota of Mines and Technology

Rapid City, South Dakota

December 13, 2016

Location:  Surbeck Center

  Time:        8am - 2:30pm MST

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Students, parents and educators are welcome to attend the 

Know Before U Go event.  Area tribes are encouraged to contact AIGC to partner in helping transport students. Each participant including parents must register online by visiting www.aigcs.org or click the link below to register. For additional information or to host an event, please contact Josh Lucio at 1-800-628-1920.

 

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Santa Fe Indian School 

is fundraising for a 

Youth Cultural Exchange

 

About the exchange

 

The exchange is a continuation of an exchange program that Santa Fe Indian School (SFIS) had with The Children's Village (TCV) in the mid-1990s. It was suggested by His Holiness the Dalai Lama -- as he felt Native people and Tibetans were very similar -- he even remarked how he felt like he was home during his visit to Santa Fe and the Santa Fe Indian School.

SFIS is recommencing the exchange in light of how similar native issues are with Indigenous people around the world in trying to maintain native unique cultures and languages in the face of globalism.

Students will use the experience as part of their Senior Honors Project - particularly in the application of the United Nation's (UN) Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP). UNDRIP advocates the rights of Indigenous people to self-determination, maintenance of cultures and languages and self-rule.

 

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How your contribution helps

Contributions will help for the cost of passports and travel visas. 

 

You can also send a donation by check payable to:

Santa Fe Indian School
Attn: Dalene Coriz, Leadership Institute
SFIS-TCV Exchange Program
1501 Cerrillos Rd.
Santa Fe, NM 87505

Visit SFIS Facebook page: SFIS-TCV Youth Cultural Exchange

or click the links below.

 

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The University of New Mexico 

University Libraries Indigenous Nations Library Program (INLP)

 

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Indigenous Nations Library Program (INLP) is thrilled to present the first exhibit developed by INLP. 

 

INLP is highlighting the academic contributions of Indigenous Faculty at the University of New Mexico. The opening of the INLP Book exhibit will run from September 9 through May 2017, in Zimmerman Library, at the INLP and Herzstein Latin American Gallery. 

 

This show will be a evolving exhibit and new content and displays will be installed throughout the duration of the exhibit. Thank you and INLP hopes you can attend the exhibit.

 

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The American Indian Graduate Magazine Fall 2016

Coming Soon!

 

 

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The American Indian Graduate Magazine 

 

Coming Soon!

 

If you are on the AIGC mailing list to receive a hard copy of the magazine, watch for it in the mail. If you are not on the AIGC mailing list and would like to receive a hard copy, an electronic copy or, if you have recently moved and need to update your contact information, please click here. You may also call 800-628-1920 or visit the website anytime, at aigcs.org.

 

Visit the AIGC website to view the current, or any past issues, of The American Indian Graduate magazine on-line, please click here.

 

If you would like to advertise in the next issue of The American Indian Graduate magazine, please contact mario@aigcs.org. The deadline for the Spring 2017 issue is Dec. 1, 2016.

Thank you to all of the advertisers who sponsor the AIGC magazine! They are always listed on the right side of our E-Newsletter.

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About American Indian Graduate Center

AIGC is a national organization, based in Albuquerque, New Mexico,

providing educational support, through scholarships, since 1969. AIGC

is a provider of scholarships for American Indian and Alaska

Native graduate and undergraduate students and has awarded more than

$52 million in scholarships since its inception more than 46 years ago.

 

Power of Scholarship
 

 

3701 SAN MATEO BLVD. NE, SUITE 200 :: ALBUQUERQUE NM 87110 
PHONE 505-881-4584 :: TOLL FREE 1-800-628-1920

 

www.aigcs.org

 

 

Assistant Professor in Native American or Indigenous History

Assistant Professor in Native American or Indigenous History
Northern Arizona University
History

We would like to invite you to visit our careers site to complete your application.

DIRECTIONS:
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2. Sign In to access your account or if you are not an existing user select the New User link to create one.
3. Review the job description and select the Apply button to begin your application.

 

Assistant Professor in Native American or Indigenous History

Assistant Professor in Native American or Indigenous History
Northern Arizona University
History

We would like to invite you to visit our careers site to complete your application.

DIRECTIONS:
1. Select the  link to access our careers site.
2. Sign In to access your account or if you are not an existing user select the New User link to create one.
3. Review the job description and select the Apply button to begin your application.

 

Head of Archives and Special Collections @ Emerson College

Emerson College in Boston, MA is in search of a Head of Archives and Special Collections.

 

Job Description: Head of Archives and Special Collections is responsible for all aspects of archival administration of the College Archives, Special Collections, and American Comedy Archives. They provide leadership and vision for the department and oversee all activities including collection development, access and preservation; reference, outreach, and instruction; and records management. The Head is actively involved in donor cultivation, grant writing, and fundraising.

 

For more information - https://emerson.peopleadmin.com/postings/12780

Tribal Relations GA Position

The University of Arizona
Government & Community Relations
JOB DESCRIPTION
Graduate Assistant/Associate for Tribal Relations
2016-2017

Primary Function:
The Graduate Assistant (GÅ) is an academic position at .25 FTE and reports directly to
the Assistant Vice President (AVP) for Tribal Relations. The GA assists with projects and
initiatives related to strengthening University-Native Nation partnerships. The GA will
provide support with outreach efforts, assist the AVP with special projects, and
represent the office of the AVP when necessary.

Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Conduct research on policy, foundations, and non-profit entities that advance
opportunities for Native American communities.
2. Assist in the preparation of proposals, reports and other correspondence as
requested by the AVP.
3. Compile campus-related stories for the Tribal Relations quarterly electronic
newsletter and prepare for distribution.
4. Track and document campus programs and services that target the Native American
community.
5. Maintain the Tribal Relations website and any other social media communication.
6. Plan and coordinate meetings, symposiums, conferences and other gatherings both
on and off campus.
7. Maintain databases of tribal leadership and resources.
8. Other duties and projects as assigned.

Qualifications for Appointment:
1. Be admitted to a graduate degree seeking program. Students enrolled solely in
Certificate programs are not eligible for GA appointments. Law, Medicine and
Pharmacy (PharmD) students are not eligible for GA positions unless concurrently
enrolled in a regular graduate degree-seeking program.
2. Have a minimum GPA of 3.0. If a student is newly admitted, the admission GPA is
considered for this requirement. A student must also maintain a minimum GPA of
3.0 during their appointment. Appointing departments may also require a higher
GPA. It is important to check the GPA before making an offer of GA appointment so
that any issues can be addressed in a timely manner. The Graduate
Assistant/Associate Low GPA Waiver form must be submitted should a hiring
exception be necessary. GPA exceptional appointments are limited to one semester
appointments and are not eligible for reappointment until grades are reviewed.
3. Be enrolled in at least 6 graduate level units. Undergraduate or audited courses do
not satisfy this requirement. Appointing departments may also require a higher
enrollment.

Additional Minimum Qualifications:
1. Bachelor or master degree in American Indian Studies, Education, Public
Administration or related field
2. Knowledge of national, state, and local policies and/or issues related to Native
American education, self-determination, and tribal governance
3. Excellent communication and organizational skills
4. Excellent analytical and interpretation skills
5. Proficiency in Word, Excel and PowerPoint
6. Organization, time management and interpersonal skills
7. Excellent multi-tasking skills

Preferred Qualifications:
1. Knowledge of higher education structure, policies and procedures
2. Professional work experience in a higher education setting and in work
environments that require high level of discretion and confidentiality.
3. Demonstrated ability to plan and achieve short and long-term goals independently.
4. Knowledge of Drupal content management system for website maintenance and
MailChimp email service provider.

Compensation:
$30-$35K annual rate, depending on experience

To Apply:
Submit a cover letter and résumé to Karen Francis-Begay at kfbegay@email.arizona.edu.
Review begins September 19, 2016. Anticipated start date of September 26, 2016.

Yaqui Early Literacy Job
Arizona State Museum Tribal Youth NAGPRA Internship
Instructional Aide (PT)

UA Cooperative Extenstion - San Carlos, AZ

Native American Studies: Cultural Studies Tenure-Track Faculty Position

Humboldt State University

Research Analyst

Arizona State University

Administrative Assistant

The University of Arizona

Instructor of Anthropology

Northern Michigan University

Professor, Aboriginal/Indigenous Literatures

Sheridan College

Assistant Professor, UA South (Language, Culture, and Education)

University of Minnesota Duluth

Instructor/Asst. Prof. of American Indian Studies (Tribal Administration & Governance)

University of Minnesota Duluth

Community Engagement Specialist for Southeast American Indian Studies

The University of North Carolina at Pembroke

ODI Program Coordinator/Recruitment Specialist

The University of Arizona

Assistant Director, Intertribal Child Welfare

University of Wisconsin - Madison

Learning Specialists

University of Arizona

Postdoctoral Fellowship: Native American Studies

Brown University, Providence, RI/USA

Director/Curator: Museum of the Southeast American Indian

University of North Carolina, Pembroke, NC/USA

PROGRAM SPECIALIST

Department of Agriculture, Forest Service

Assistant Professor, Native American Studies Program

University of Nebraska, Omaha, NE/USA

Program Coordinator

University of New Mexico - AIEMP

Student Recruiter

University of New Mexico - AIEMP

Program Coordinator

University of New Mexico-Health Sciences Center

Program Coordinator, IPLP and IELP Programs

University of Arizona-College of Law

Program Coordinator/Retention Advisor

South Dakota State University

Director/Curator Museum of the Southeast American Indian

UNC Pembroke

Coordinator American Indian Programs (Director American Indian Institute)

Maricopa Community Colleges

Director, Cultural Centers for Academic Excellence

Humboldt State University

Assistant Professor of English - Cultural Studies

University of New Mexico

Assistant/Associate Professor of Native American Studies

Montana State Univ.-Billings

Outreach Specialist/Senior Researcher (NNI)

Udall Center - University of Arizona

Assistant Professor, American Indian Studies & Management or American Indian Studies & Economics

AIS-University of Arizona

Tenure-track assistant professor of Native American Studies

Northland College, Ashland, WI

Assistant Professor of Native History and Ethnic Studies

University of Nebraska

Assistant Professor Indigenous Studies

College of Education, University of Oregon

American Indian Studies – Assistant Professor

University of Washington

Lecturer- Indigenous Studies

University of British Columbia, Okanagan Campus

Tenure track Assistant Professorship in Native American Studies in the American Ethnic Studies Department

Kansas State University

Assistant Professor of Native American Studies

Northern Michigan University

Tenure-Track: History, Native American & Public History

University of Central Oklahoma

Tenure-track position as Professor in First Nations’ Literatures of Québec and Canada, with a specialization in cultures of the Americas

Université de Montréal

Tenure Track - Department of Indigenous Studies Women’s and Gender Studies Program

University of Saskatchewan

Academic Success Counselor

Leech Lake Tribal College

Assistant Professor in History

University of St. Thomas (MN)

Cultural Anthropologist

North Dakota State University

Part-Time Faculty American Indian Studies

Arizona State University

Tenure-Track Professor in Ethnology

University of New Mexico

Research Specialist

Native Nations Institute (NNI) UA

Health Educator

The University of Arizona Center for Rural Health (AzCRH)

Assistant Professor in American Art

Stanford University

Assistant Professor of History and Ethnic Studies

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Museum Registrar Intermediate

University of Michigan - NAGPRA

Asisstant Professor Native American Studies

The Ethnic and Women’s Studies Department in the College of Education and Integrative Studies at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona

CRRES Postdoc

Indiana University

Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowship in Native American Studies

Wesleyen University

Assistant Professor, U.S. Colonial/Revolutionary History

University of Rhode Island

English Faculty (multicultural literature)

Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College

Assistant Professor of English - Ealry Amerian Lit (Nat. Amer)

California Polytechnic State Univ. - San Luis Obispo

Assistant Professor, Indigenous Studies

Colorado College

Program Coordinator

UA - Center for Indigenous Environmental Health Research (CIEHR)

Assistant Professor of Southwest Studies

Colorado College

Admissions Rep.- American Indian Tribes

Bemidji State University

Assistant Professor American Indian Studies

California State University, Long Beach

Curatorial/Museum Specialist

AZ State Museum-UA

Tribal Relations Specialist

USDA Forest Service

Environmental Specialist

Inter Tribal Council of Arizona

Media Specialist

Native Nations Institute-UA

Student Services Specialist

University of Wisconsin

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences