TEDNA NYCP College and Career Readiness for Indian Students Project Director
March 20 to April 20, 2018
The Tribal Education Department National Assembly (TEDNA) Native Youth Community Partners (NYCP) Project will develop, test, and demonstrate the effectiveness of College and Career Readiness service and supports to improve the educational opportunities and achievement of Indian students in middle and junior high school. The TEDNA NYCP Project is expected to achieve the goal that all participating Grades 6-9 Indian students will improve College and Career Readiness as defined by a successful transition into high school with a GPA of 2.0+ and a plan that addresses and supports College and Career Readiness that is locally informed.
(Full abstract available upon request; email email@example.com).
TEDNA_NYCPProject Director_Job Description_Mar_2018
To view the press release regarding the Omnibus bill- please click the following link: Omnibus Bill Press Release.
To read the language of the bill, please click here. Discussion of the items reviewed in the press release start on p. 1006.
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“The Native American Congressional Internship program provides American Indian and Alaska Native students with opportunities to gain practical experience with the federal legislative process and a first-hand understanding of the government-to-government relationship between Native nations and the U.S. government. The Native Nations Institute helps to fund the internship program, which is administered by the Morris K. and Stewart L. Udall Foundation” (Native Nations Institute).
The deadline is January 31st, 2018. For more information on this opportunity, please click here.