Opportunities

The following opportunities are for undergraduate and graduate students at Harvard and beyond. Opportunities that are only for Harvard students will have a note indicating this detail.

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If you have an opportunity that you'd like to share, please email: hunap@harvard.edu

Information updated weekly. 

WEEKLY OPPORTUNITY:

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NAICOB Indigenous Writing Group


 

Meeting Weekly, Every Tuesday, 3:30 - 4:30 PM EST

A weekly writing group for students of all levels seeking additional writing support.

Info at LINK

VARIOUS DEADLINES:

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Deadline

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American Indian College Fund

Various, visit the website for more information

The American Indian College Fund supports American Indian and Alaska Native college students seeking technical, undergraduate and graduate degrees at tribal colleges and other nonprofit, accredited schools.
 

Info at LINK

American Indian Graduate Center

Various, visit the website for more information

The American Indian Graduate Center has scholarships for undergraduates and graduate students. Please note there are scholarships for COVID related hardships, entrance exam scholarships, etc

Info at LINK

 

MAY DEADLINES

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NEW: Dumbarton Oaks, Cultural Philanthropy Fellow (Post-Graduate)

May 15, 2021

The Dumbarton Oaks Cultural Philanthropy project explores these questions through an annual wintersession course for Harvard students, a digital platform, and an upcoming conference in spring of 2022 that will bring together distinguished scholars and leaders in the philanthropic sector. 

Info at LINK

NEW: Udall & McCain Native American Graduate Tribal Policy Fellowship

May 21, 2021

The Morris K. Udall and John S. McCain III Native American Graduate Fellowship in Tribal Policy (Native American Graduate Fellowship) recognizes outstanding Native American and Alaska Native graduate students who are currently pursuing advanced degrees in health care fields—including, but not limited to, health administration, health education, public health, medical practice, policy, research, or related-degrees—and who have demonstrated a commitment to Native health care.

Info at LINK

 

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

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Harvard University

Various

Various

Info at LINK

NEW: American Indian College Fund, Scholarship Manager

 

The Scholarships Manager is an integral part of the Student Success Services Team that administers scholarship and other student support programs to fulfill a core mission of the American Indian College Fund – offering students access to knowledge, skills, and cultural values that enhance their education, their communities, their careers and the country. 

Info at LINK

NEW: American Indian College Fund, College Readiness Program Administrator

  The Program Administrator for College Readiness will manage the Native Pathways High School programming in Student Success Services. The program focus is to increase awareness and opportunity of college going practices and access for Native students in identified high schools and Native youth serving organizations, with the goal of increased high school completion and college enrollment for Native youth.

Info at LINK

NEW: UNM Curator of Native American Collections

  The University of New Mexico (UNM) College of University Libraries & Learning Sciences (CULLS) seeks an engaged, service-oriented Native American Collections Curator to manage and promote its collections related to Southwestern Native American and Indigenous cultures and history.

Info at LINK

Utah Dinebikeyah, Non-profit Administrator

  Utah Diné Bikéyah (UDB) is a grassroots 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with a mission to preserve and protect Native American cultural and natural resources and heal human relationships to each other and the Earth. The non-profit administrator plans, coordinates, and directs a broad range of services and functions in areas including human resources, and finance

Info at LINK

CU Boulder, First Peples Worldwide Sustainable Development Fellowship

  This Fellowship is a one-year, grant-funded position that will primarily focus on forwarding Native food sovereignty. First Peoples is developing a business incubator to champion Native food sovereignty.

Info at LINK

U of Tennessee-Chattanooga, Indigenous History Lecturer

  The Department of History at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, College of Arts and Sciences, invites applications for a full-time lecturer position in Indigenous History to begin August 1, 2021.

Info at LINK

NEW: U of Idaho, Post-doctoral Fellow, North American Western History, Indigenous History & Public History

  The Department of History and the Idaho Society of Fellows is now accepting applications for a two-year postdoctoral fellowship in North American Western History to begin July 1, 2021. Fellows will pursue their own research and teach one course per semester.

Info at LINK

U of Oregon, Admissions Officer, Native American Recruitment

  As a member of the Enrollment Management team, the Admissions Counselor is responsible for representing the University of Oregon (UO) to multiple constituencies, including prospective students, their families, and school/community contacts. This position has five primary responsibilities. 

Info at LINK

NEW: Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Assistant Curator of Native American Art

 

 

At an exciting moment for our Art of the Americas Department, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston seeks a creative, energetic, and dynamic curator and scholar to become the inaugural Ellyn McColgan Assistant Curator of Native American Art. 
Info at LINK
NEW: U of Michigan, RISE Research Coordinator   The research coordinator will support and manage a robust line of interdisciplinary, multi-university research projects focused on creating narrative change for Indigenous Peoples. Research in the Center is conducted using a hierarchical team-based mentoring model. Info at LINK
NEW: International Women's Media Foundation (IWMF), Director of MMIWG News Initiative   The IWMF seeks a Director to develop and lead a new multi-year news initiative focused on addressing violence against Native American women and girls in the United States.  Info at LINK