The key feature of this position is the ability to be an effective policy analyst and advocate in the legislative arena. READ MORE...
Accelerated Master of Forestry Programs Silviculture and Fire, Spatial Analysis, Forest Business Management
The Department of Forest Engineering, Resources, and Management is pleased to announce the availability of scholarships to provide three terms of tuition support for Native Americans interested in Silviculture and Fire, Spatial Analysis, or Forest Business Management. MORE INFORMATION>>>
"SOARS is an undergraduate to graduate research internship program for students interested in the atmospheric and related sciences, based at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (Boulder, Colorado). It is dedicated to broadening participation in the atmospheric and related sciences and is built around genuine research experiences, mentoring by top scientists and engineers, and a supportive learning community. In addition to the summer internship, SOARS includes year-round support, funding to attend conferences and last-dollar tuition scholarships. Successful protégés are eligible to participate in the program for up to four years.
APPLICATIONS DUE: DECEMBER 16, 2017
The Dreamstarter program jumpstarts Native youth’s dreams by providing ten $10,000 grants to teams of Native youth and mentor organizations that work together to bring the young person’s dream project to life. Applications are now open for the 2018-2019 grant period for projects around the theme of science and the environment.
This is a terrific opportunity to grow leadership skills, get support for a dream project, and join a prestigious network of Dreamstarter fellows. American Indian youth between ages 14 and 29 are encouraged to apply.
Do you know a young person who would make a great Dreamstarter? More information, including eligibility requirements, can be found at indianyouth.org/dreamstarter.