Careers in public health go well beyond working in neighborhood clinics and promoting healthy living initiatives. A degree in this field can lead to jobs in law enforcement, education, public policy and so much more.
AIGC offers this list as a courtesy to our peer organizations and students. All information regarding each of the following resources are submitted by each program. Please contact each organization with any questions or concerns. To post a resource on this page, please email email@example.com.
If you are interested in Summer College Student Vacancies in the federal government, visit USAJOBS.GOV Federal offices are now required to have all students submit resumes via USAJOBS.GOV to apply for posted vacancies. Students will need to check the Student Page of the website for the agency in which they desire an internship to get information on all student employment. Please keep in mind that there are positions for College Freshman Level and above.
Several of the Summer positions will most likely be advertised having multiple selections, i.e., 5 jobs from the same advertisement.
All position announcements will include the word “Student,” so when searching for a job or checking off what jobs you want to be notified about, always include the word “Student” or “Student Opportunity”.
Listed below is guidance for students to follow; it is extremely important to follow all steps listed.
You must be an enrolled college student, a U.S. Citizen and have yet to finish your program of study to qualify for one of the posted positions.
We highly recommend that all students go to USAJOBS.GOV and complete a profile to apply for government jobs at the grade level and geographic locations they are interested in. There is a very helpful link in USAJOBS called “Resource Center” that directs you to student job information and how to complete a profile.
Make sure to complete the part of the profile where you check off that you wish to be notified when a position you have indicated interest in is posted. Check off “daily” for frequency of notification. You must be vigilant! When the jobs are posted, they open and close very quickly. This year, expect an announcement for jobs within the next week or so. Jobs are expected to close within 1 day, you must act quickly after it is posted.
It is to your advantage to be prepared with the following so that you only have to add the electronic information requested when the jobs are posted and check USAJOBS EVERY DAY.
Prepare an ELECTRONIC COPY of the following:
- Your Most Current Transcripts (unofficial is acceptable; Official Transcript is requested if hired)
- Proof of Enrollment from the school you are currently attending
- Your Current Resume
When you see that the job you’re interested in has been posted, immediately follow the instructions for applying an attach all the necessary documents.
We wish you the best in all your academic endeavors.
To increase the recruitment and retention of American Indian high school and college students into the medical and health professions also including allied health professions, such as Dentistry, Veterinary, Medicine, Optometry, Pharmacy, etc.
- Pre-Admission Workshops
Workshops are designed to assist American Indian undergraduate and graduate students in preparing for the application process for medical school and other health professional schools
- Site visits
Site visits to local, state, and national American Indian communities, tribes, and educational institutions.
- Database Creation
Creation of a database designed to operate as a national clearinghouse for educational and financial information on health professional education.
- Mentoring Program
A formal mentoring program where students are paired with American Indian Health Professionals. Students correspond via mail, phone, e-mail, or by personal contact with health professionals within their areas of interest.
- Student live-in/shadowing Program
Students spend 4-7 days with American Indian Health Professional role models. This program is geared towards exposing the everyday practices of health career professionals to the participating students.
- Partnership with Native American Health Careers Initiative Coalition (NAHCIC)
In partnership with members of the NAHCIC, a local 12-week Health Career Summer Academy & Health Research Training program for 30 disadvantaged American Indian students aged 14-17 will be held.
“Driving American Indian Business Success”
AISES is a national, nonprofit organization which nurtures building of community by bridging science and technology with traditional Native values.
With our database, you can narrow your college search based on the criteria most important to you. Begin by selecting a subject you’re interested in, then narrow your options by choosing the state in which you want to attend school and the degree you wish to attain. You can then filter and sort the results by selecting the types of schools that meet your needs. With the drag and drop rankings, you can find the colleges or universities that match your priorities.
The Cradleboard Teaching Project turns on the lights in public education about Native American culture – past, present, and most important for the children – the Future. It comes out of Indian country, and reaches far beyond, into the mainstream classroom and into the future of education.
A helpful resource when completing the FAFSA form: http://www.bestcolleges.com/financial-aid/fafsa/
Welcome to Great Lakes Cultural Camps! We are a small company and family run business that focuses on all the details. GLCC expeditions and adventure learning programs are designed to provide participants with high quality, in-depth instruction in a range of indoor and outdoor adventure activities, great opportunities for personal and professional growth and lots of fun. Our programs are intensive adventure experiences geared to the abilities and interests of participants. We specialize in ORCKA Basic Canoeing, Canadian Style Paddling, Canoe Tripping and Moving Water (white water) canoe courses, GPS & Navigation, backpacking and back country and authentic Aboriginal Cultural Experiences. We also coordinate and offer a variety of other year round indoor and outdoor experiential learning activities.
Welcome to the Hands on Banking® program! Want to take charge of your own finances and reach your goals? Just pick your age group and get started! Whether you want to build your credit, your investments, or your own small business; invest in the market, a home, or higher education; shop for a loan, buy a car, or open your first bank accounts, the Hands on Banking program offers all the basic money tools, skills, and information you need.
The Summer Venture in Management Program (SVMP), a tradition for more than twenty years, is a week-long program at the Harvard Business School (HBS) designed to expose high-potential college students, who may not have otherwise considered an MBA degree, to the study of business administration in general, and to the MBA Program at HBS in particular.
Harvard University is offering free tuition to families of HONOR STUDENTS if their income is less than $125,000 per year. Visit www.fao.fas.harvard.edu or call 617-495-1581.
Career Discovery is a six-week summer program at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design (GSD). The program welcomes people, from recent high school and college graduates to seasoned professionals, with an interest in design or planning. A high level of academic skill is necessary to take full advantage of our program.The program dates are June 15 – July 24, 2015.
Every Career Discovery student is exposed to the following disciplines, but will select one as a concentration; Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Urban Planning and Urban Design.
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, beginning February 2 to May 1, 2015, or until all spots in the program are filled. Early submissions are strongly encouraged.
For more information go to http://www.gsd.harvard.edu/#/academic-programs/career-discovery
Indian Summer Festivals, Inc. is dedicated to strengthening the American Indian community and educating the general public on the history and the unique and diverse cultures of the American Indian by providing a forum to celebrate and showcase American Indian traditions.
Indianz.com is an Internet resource whose mission is to provide you with quality news, information, and entertainment from a Native American perspective.
The Indiana University Graduate School will host a spring Getting You into IU, a Bloomington campus visit program for prospective underrepresented and minority students on April 9-12, 2015. This is an all-expense paid trip for highly qualified future PhD and MFA applicants to visit Indiana University Bloomington and the First Nations Education and Cultural Center (FNECC) of Indiana University. Participants will learn more about IU’s Ph.D. and M.F.A. programs, research opportunities and funding options and meet with faculty and current graduate students. As an added bonus, program participants are invited to attend the Symposium on Resistance and Resilience and join the 3rd Annual Community Wellness Dance hosted by the FNECC. All dance categories welcome, so bring your regalia.
GU2IU spring 2015 program participants must:
- Be U.S. citizens or permanent residents.
- Be juniors, seniors, master’s level students in good academic standing; or, degreed professionals interested in pursuing a PhD or MFA at Indiana University Bloomington.
- Complete a GU2IU spring 2015 application form requesting demographic information, educational interests, non-official transcripts and a personal essay.
Preference will be for faculty nominated participants in STIM (sciences, technology, informatics and mathematics) disciplines and the social sciences.
Faculty, click here to submit a nomination: https://iu.co1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_8AhsbKwVaNW6ye9
Faculty nomination deadline is February 27, 2015
Applicants, click here to apply: https://iu.co1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_6G1OgQ1uEoEI1pj
Applications deadline is March 6, 2015
The Center for Talented Youth (CTY) has served the academic needs of highly able pre-collegiate youth since 1979. Over two decades, audiences, programs, and operations have grown significantly and steadily.
Varsity Tutors Scholarship Contest Description
Varsity Tutors holds a monthly $1,000 college scholarship contest where students must write an essay in response to a monthly prompt. Visitors to the Varsity Tutors scholarship webpage are able to vote via social media for submitted entries. The top five entries with the most votes are reviewed by Varsity Tutors at the end of the month and one winner is subsequently chosen to receive the $1,000 college scholarship. Interested students can enter the contest here: http://www.varsitytutors.com/college-scholarship
NINLHE’s major program initiative is an Annual Institute held each summer. Through the Annual Institute, NINLHE brings together education professionals from universities, colleges, tribal colleges, and tribal education programs who:
- Are directly involved with Native American students in both academic and student affairs or are interested in supporting and sustaining such programs
- Either work with Native American student programs that already have established records of success, or have the desire to do so
- Are devoted to strengthening students’ cultural and spiritual identities as an integral part of their educational experience
- Can roll up their sleeves and get work done
- Are “movers and shakers” or have the desire to be
- Have a good sense of humor and work well in groups
- Are not harmfully involved with alcohol or other drugs
The Annual Institute provides college, university and tribal education professionals with opportunities for professional empowerment, networking and personal and spiritual renewal. In an atmosphere of collaboration, friendship, and fun, participants are involved in small, hands-on training sessions in skills areas vital to Native student success. Training topics have included leadership development, academic and financial aid advisement, alcohol abuse prevention and intervention, program planning and evaluation, fundraising, and cultivating foundation and corporate relations. http://www.unco.edu/ninlhe/
NOAA has a Student Opportunities website that contains scholarship, internship, and fellowship information for high school, undergraduates, graduates, and post-docs which is found at www.oesd.noaa.gov/noaa_student opps.html
The Native American Journalists Association serves and empowers Native journalists through programs and actions designed to enrich journalism and promote Native cultures.
NATIVE VILLAGE web site was created for youth, educators, families, and friends who wish to celebrate the rich, diverse cultures of The Americas’ First Peoples. Each week we offer readers a current events publication: NATIVE VILLAGE Youth and Education News or NATIVE VILLAGE Opportunities and Web sites. Each issue summarizes today’s happenings in Indian country and is written in an easy-to-read format.
The Navajo Times (check their website for updates)
NIEA serves as a resource for Native students because we want to see every American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian student excel.
NIH Loan Repayment Programs are a vital component of our nation’s efforts to attract health professionals to careers in clinical, pediatric, health disparity, or contraceptive and infertility research.
In exchange for a two or three-year (for Intramural General Research) commitment to your research career, NIH will repay up to $35,000 per year of your qualified educational debt. In addition, the NIH will make corresponding Federal tax payments for credit to your Internal Revenue Service tax account at the rate of 39% of each loan repayment to cover your increased Federal taxes. The NIH may also reimburse any increased state or local taxes and/or additional increased Federal taxes (where the Federal tax payments were not sufficient to fully cover your increased Federal taxes) that you incur as a result of your LRP benefits.
The Summer Scholars program offers talented rising high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to explore one of 19 fields of study at the college level with Notre Dame faculty. Summer Scholars classes are small in size, giving students the chance to learn and discuss course material at a deeper level. To explore this year’s offerings in detail, which include courses in the arts, business, humanities, the sciences and social sciences, please consult the Pre-College website (http://precollege.nd.edu). This two-week program will be held from June 27 to July 11, 2015.
The Notre Dame Leadership Seminars offers dynamic, rising high school seniors from across the country and the world the opportunity to engage in lively discussions on issues of global concern under the tutelage of Notre Dame faculty. This program is especially designed to hone the expressive skills of advanced students. Nearly 100 students are selected for this all expenses paid program. This year’s courses are American Arts, Popular Culture and Social Change; Global Issues: Towards a Just Peace; and Science, Ethics and Responsibility. The 2015 Leadership Seminar program will be held from July 18 to July 29, 2015.
We are pleased to announce the launch of our newest initiative, a study abroad program in Rome, Italy (Study Abroad: Rome). This 12-day seminar will immerse students in the history and culture of the Eternal City with a focus on the built environment. For mature, rising seniors only, this program will be limited to 20 students and will take place from June 7 to June 20, 2015.
All of our programs provide students with opportunities to learn about the larger world through service, interaction with other interesting students, and opportunities for reflection. We encourage you to direct students to our website, where they can find more detailed information. Our applications require two short essays, a teacher recommendation, a counselor report, the student’s high school transcript and, in the case of the Leadership Seminars and Study Abroad: Rome, a copy of standardized test scores (i.e. PSAT, SAT, ACT and/or PLAN). Summer Scholars applicants are encouraged but not required to self-report test scores, if they are available. Because of the detail of our application, we strongly encourage students to begin their applications in advance to complete the application process on time.
PublicHealth.org is an independent, trusted source of public health information and resources, believing there’s never been a more important time to reduce confusion and uncertainties surrounding healthcare. Featured on a number of government and education websites, including the State of Washington and Emory University, PublicHealth.org is dedicated to connecting patients, students, and professionals to the latest and most useful healthcare information and resources available.
Reznet, a new online newspaper, will pay American Indian students to write for their school newspaper – even if their colleges don’t have one.
Reznet is a project of The University of Montana School of Journalism and the Robert C. Maynard Institute for Journalism Education, a non-profit corporation working to expand journalism opportunities for people of color. A grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation funded the project.
The Social Security Administration (SSA) has launched a new Web page specifically directed to American Indians & Alaska Natives.
The site provides basic Social Security program information on retirement, survivors, disability and Supplemental Security Income benefits.
In addition to program information, this new site shows how individuals can conduct business with SSA Online and information on how individuals and tribes or nations can contact SSA. American Indian and Alaska Natives also offers links to the Department of Health and Human Services’ Administration on Native Americans and Indian Health Service; the Small Business
Administration, Native American Affairs; the Department of Veterans Affairs, Center for Minority Veterans; and Native Web.
Southwest Business Development Consultants, LLC (SWBDC) is 100% American Indian-owned and was established in 1999 to assist in the development and expansion of American Indian Tribes, Tribal Enterprises, Tribal Colleges, Tribal Institutions, Tribal Organizations, Government Agencies, and American Indian-owned businesses, which seek comprehensive assistance in business, economic, and community development.
Currently Native Americans are one of the most under represented groups in college, and can face limited resources and access to quality education on reservations. Fortunately there are many Grants, Internships and Scholarships available to Native Americans to help build a stronger and highly educated Native American community. Use the following link to see a list of some funds available to Native Americans: http://www.studentdebtrelief.us/knowledge-base/grants-internships-scholarships-native-americans/
What is a TCU/VISTA? Tribal Colleges and Universities (TCUs) were created in response to the higher education needs of American Indians and generally serve geographically isolated populations that have no other means of accessing education beyond the high school level. AmeriCorps Volunteers in Service to America (VISTA) is often described as domestic Peace Corps and seeks to fight poverty in America.
TCU/VISTAs serve on behalf of the TCU/VISTA Program under the supervision of a faculty or staff member to build capacity at the respective institution. TCU/VISTA members are part of a larger national team that provides supplementary training, support, and connection to fellow VISTAs and partners.
For more information contact Lavinia Panizo at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-657-9989 or go to https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/publicRequestSearch.do
The program for April 2015 will be at the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, NM.
The deadline to apply is March 2, 2015.
For more than 20 years, the Institute has been assisting Indian tribes, tribal organizations and government agencies to meet the complex challenges of Indian Country.
The PhD Project began its mission in 1994 to increase the diversity of business school faculty by attracting African-Americans, Hispanic-Americans and Native Americans to business doctoral programs, and providing a network of peer support throughout the programs.
We are not a doctoral program, but rather an information clearinghouse for underrepresented minorities who are interested in pursuing a business Ph.D. to become a business school professor. Think of us as your “Ph.D.guidance counselor.”
Each summer at the Rockefeller University the cultures of the research laboratory and the classroom merge. The Science Outreach program gives high school students and K-12 teachers a rare opportunity to experience the content, methods, culture and ethos of modern research through immersion in the process of scientific inquiry.
The Yale school of Management Pre-MBA Leadership Program is a highly selective, two-week summer program aimed at college juniors and seniors and recent college graduates from populations typically under-represented in management education. We introduce you to the fundamentals of management education and give you the tools necessary to hone your individual leadership skills.
In partnership with the Federal Geographic Data Committee (FGDC) and the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS), funding opportunities are provided for American Indians and for those who work for a Tribal entity, to attend courses at the FWS National Conservation Training Center (NCTC) in support of the National Spatial Data Infrastructure.
In addition and in partnership with the Federal Geographic Data Committee (FGDC) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), funding opportunities are provided for American Indians to attend courses in support of the National Spatial Data Infrastructure.
The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) is providing travel awards for researchers and/or students focused on drug abuse prevention research with American Indian/Alaska Native populations to attend the Society for Prevention Research 23rd Annual Meeting, “Integrating Prevention Science and Public Policy.” This conference will take place in Washington, DC, from May 26 to 29, 2015. NIDA travel awards will support travel, conference registration and lodging expenses.
Applications must be received by 11:59 p.m. Friday, March 6, 2015
Applicants will be notified of their status by Friday, March 27, 2015
For more information on the conference, visit: http://www.preventionresearch.org/2015-annual-meeting/