Summer Youth Mentor Position Available
Coeur d’Alene Tribe Department of Education seeks to hire seven college mentors who are motivated, have a passion for youth, work collaboratively and are creative problems solvers for the purpose of mentoring youth ages 12-18 as part of a 4-week Indigenous Summer Youth Program including an additional week of training.
To access the job description, click the link below.
- JLV College Counseling
- Federal Application to Financial Aid
- Ready Set Grad (Washington State Residents)
- Truman D. Picard Scholarship for Native American/Alaskan Natural Resource Students
- Tribal Excellence Scholarship VIA University of Idaho (in state rate for MOU Tribes living outside of Idaho)
Contact Native American Student Center (208) 885-2332 for details
- National Geographic
- EPIC Fellowships
- American Indian Graduate Center
- Cobell Scholarship
- PhD at University of Idaho
- MOUT Tribal Scholarship
Cobell Scholarship Scholarship
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.
Applicants must be pursuing a vocational certificate or diploma, associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral or professional degree, or certificate.
All Finalists must demonstrate an unmet need through a process that will be coordinated with the IEI staff. And, all Finalists will demonstrate tribal enrollment through a verification process that will be coordinated with the IEI staff.
For more information, click the images below, and to access the application, click the link below.
Truman D. Picard Scholarship
For Native American/Alaskan Natural Resource Students
The Truman D. Picard Scholarship Program is dedicated to the support of Native Americans pursuing a higher education degree in Natural Resources.
Application Deadline: March 11th, 2022
Please click the link below for more information on how too apply.
American Indian Science and Engineering Society Scholarships
The American Indian Science and Engineering Society has a variety of science and non-science based scholarships. To access these scholarships, click the link below..
BIA Workforce Planning Internships
U.S. Forest Service & The Wildlife Society Native American Research Assistantship
The U.S. Forest Service (USFS), through partnership with The Wildlife Society (TWS), is offering research assistantships for Native American undergraduate or graduate students as part of the TWS professional development program for Native Americans. The program will facilitate student mentoring opportunities with USFS Research & Development (R&D) scientists and promote student advancement and training for careers in natural resource and conservation-related fields. A paid stipend of at least $6,700 will be provided to cover living expenses during the assistantship time-period. The Forest Service uses an ecological science-based approach to make informed decisions on the multiple-use management of the National Forests and Grasslands.
Tribal College Blanket Design Competition
The American Indian College Fund and Pendleton Woolen Mills are challenging tribal college students to express their culture and identity through original designs for our next tribal college student blanket. Blanket sales will support College Fund scholarships.
Submissions must be received by 11:59pm MST on January 15, 2022.
For more information click the link below.