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Department of Health & Human Services
Qualified medical, dental, and veterinary 2nd, 3rd, or 4th year students from diverse backgrounds who maybe interested in applying for the 2016-2017 NIH Intramural Medical Research Scholars (MRSP). See attachment for more details.
The Clear Sky Native Youth Program is seeking a dynamic individual to fill the position of Clear Sky Program Coordinator. The Seattle Clear Sky Native Youth Council is a weekly program serving the dual purpose of fostering academic enrichment, and cultural/traditional Indigenous learning experiences. SCNYC program strengthens community and promotes healthy identity development, personal growth and supports affirming universal tribal values. Native learners and family members participate in a variety of activities such as:
Collectively promote and engage in cultural, traditional activities and educational achievement. We strive to enhance tribal identities, personal and community growth and wellness. We advocate for justice, equality, and visibility in the Seattle community.
How to Apply
Interested candidates should contact Sarah Sense-Wilson, Urban Native Alliance, (UNEA) Chair at email@example.com.
For more information about the program click on the link for their Website: http://urbannativeeducation.
The City of Seattle Youth Employment Program (SYEP) supports participants with comprehensive internship opportunities aimed at meeting the employment needs of under served youth and young adults in our community; promoting their work readiness and ultimately strengthening their career development.
The Seattle Youth Employment Program (SYEP) would like to introduce to you its new Internship Program for 2016!
As part of Mayor Ed Murray’s Mayor’s Youth Employment Initiative, SYEP has shifted its programming focus to continue increasing internship and work readiness opportunities. Starting in 2016, SYEP’s internship program will be available in a year-round trimester based model.
February 29th thru April 22nd
150 hours over 8 weeks
Dec 1st, 2015 – Jan 8th, 2016
June 27th thru August 12th
150 hours over 7 weeks
Apr 1st, 2016 – May 20th, 2016
October 17th thru December 9
150 hours over 8 weeks
Aug 1st, 2016 – Sept 9th, 2016
Not all youth who apply will be placed or be eligible to be placed. Eligible participants are provided with:
There are a limited number of spots and every effort will be made to place those picked in preferred locations.
Native Basketball Skills hosting guest presenter/camp instructor Dietreich Rios (Ojibwa), Business Owner Dietriech Fistness/Professional Trainer. The mini winter camp will be held:
Date: Saturday Dec. 26th at Bitterlake C.C
Location: 13035 Linden Ave N., Seattle, WA 98133
Times: Ages: 7-10 at 12-2 p.m. and Ages 11-14 at 2-5 p.m.
Dinner feast at 5 p.m.
Contact (206) 524-5220 for more information or to reserve a spot for the camp.
There is a deputy director position open at Wisdom of the Elders, Inc. We are a Native American nonprofit located in Portland, Oregon since 1993.
Attached is the position description. If you are interested please send a request for an application to:
Rose High Bear (Deg Hit’an Dine) Executive Director Wisdom of the Elders, Inc.
3203 SE 109th Avenue
Portland, OR 97266
We are bringing back the Introduction to Community Policing Course at Seattle Central College. This will start on January 4th. The course will help understand the police hiring process while getting an in-depth analysis on Community Policing and the Seattle Police Department
Course Start: January 4th
Days of the Week: Monday and Wednesday
Time of Day: 530P – 800P
Where: Seattle Central College
Room: BE 4106
Class # 3882 Section 01
Sergeant Adrian Z. Diaz
Youth Violence and Community Outreach
Seattle Police Department
610 5th Avenue | PO Box 34986
Seattle, WA 98124-4986