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Resources for Native Americans


The American Indian Science and Engineering Society(AISES) - The AISES mission is to increase substantially the representation of American Indian and Alaskan Natives in engineering, science and other related technology disciplines. This site includes career information and job postings.

NativeWeb
- This site's mission to to promote information about indigenous peoples but it also includes an employment listing and a section on Native Economy and Employment.

The Native American SUNY: Western Consortium - This is one of two consortia created by the State University of New York (SUNY) to address the higher education needs of Native American students and communities. The Western Consortium is based at SUNY Fredonia. This website has a list of internships and fellowships for Native Americans.

The Tribal Employment Newsletter - A newsletter that lists job postings, as well as links to other useful employment resources.

Native Americans for Community Action, Inc. - The mission of Native Americans for Community Action, Inc. is to provide culturally appropriate health and human services to urban American Indians and others in need, emphasizing advocacy, harmony, and respect.
Nativeamericanjobs.com - a site a dedicated to being your link to diversity & indigenous employment, career minded individuals looking for employment and careers in ALL communities, locally, and nationwide. Including tribal and non-tribal companies across the nation.

Native Americans in Philanthropy - a non-profit organization that promotes philanthropic giving to native communities from both native and non-native donors. It also provides professional development opportunites and support for Native Americans working in the field of philanthropy.

American Indian Policy Center - focuses on research, policy development and education on critical indian issues, from primary education to preservation of treaty rights.

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