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:

Opportunity

Meeting Time

Information

Link

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:

Opportunity

Deadline

Information

Link

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

SEPTEMBER DEADLINES

OPPORTUNITY

DEADLINE

INFORMATION

LINK

Harvard Harvard Radcliffe Institute (Harvard Undergraduate)

Rolling Deadlines. Please visit page for more info

The Radcliffe Research Partnership (RRP) program matches Harvard College students with Radcliffe fellows in a research and mentorship program.

Info at LINK

Harvard & the Legacy of Slavery Student Grant Program (Harvard undergraduate & graduate)

September 6, 2021

The Harvard and the Legacy of Slavery Student Grant Program provides $1,500 stipends per project to support the research and creative work of Harvard undergraduate and graduate students on the topic of Harvard and the legacy of slavery, broadly defined.

Info at LINK

Radcliffe Engaged Student Grant Program

(Harvard undergraduate & graduate)

September 6, 2021

The Radcliffe Engaged Student Grant Program provides $1500 stipends per project to support the research, creative, and service work of Harvard undergraduate and graduate students on topics related to the Radcliffe Engaged focus areas.

Info at LINK

Radcliffe Emerging Leaders Grant

September 15, 2021

The Emerging Leaders Grant Program aims to spark dialogue that leads to real-world impact, empowering those who might not traditionally view themselves as leaders.

Info at LINK

Radcliffe Student Advisory Board

September 20, 2021

Student advisory members shape student-related programs and experiences and represent the Institute at their respective schools and departments.

Info at LINK

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

 

OPPORTUNITY

DEADLINE

INFORMATION

LINK

National American Indian Housing Council

Until Filled

This position serves as a leadership role in coordinating organizational and membership services. The Membership Coordinator reports directly to the Executive Director and provides support in these primary areas: • Membership and Board Services • Outreach and Communications • Advocacy Services

Info at LINK

University of Buffalo, Indigenous Studies Professor (open-rank)

Until Filled

The College of Arts and Sciences is the recent recipient of a $3.2 million grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to support the creation of a new Department of Indigenous Studies with an innovative and interdisciplinary structure.  Academic and community engagement within this new department will recognize Indigenous nationhood and sovereignty as foundational to building ethical and productive scholarly, educational, and experiential learning relationships with Indigenous people, organizations, and communities. 

Info at LINK

Yale, Assistant Curator of Native American Art

Until Filled

This dynamic role bridges two of Yale University’s cultural institutions, the Yale University Art Gallery (YUAG) and the Yale Peabody Museum (YPM).

Info at LINK

Native Americans in Philanthropy (NAIP): Director of Operations, Program Manager, Development Manager, Database Manager, Events Manager

Until Filled

Native Americans in Philanthropy is a powerful and growing network of Native and non-Native nonprofits, tribal communities, foundations and community leaders committed to engaging, learning and sharing resources and best practices grounded in the Native tradition of reciprocity.

Info at LINK