Internship Available: Summer Institute Program Assistant

Seeking to fill multiple internship positions supporting the planning and implementation of our 2018 Keres, Lakota, Crow, Omaha and Ho-Chunk Summer Language Institutes. Program Assistants will work with Language Conservancy and local staff to coordinate one or more Summer Language Institutes taking place between May and August 2018. Applicants should be excellent communicators by phone and email as well as face to face. They should have a good grasp of Outlook and Microsoft Office Suite, and be willing to master Mailchimp, RegOnline, and additional computer-based programs as needed. Attention to detail and team or project management experience are required; Additional experience in media documentation (photo, audio, video), applied linguistics (recordings), teaching methodology, and program evaluation are a plus.

Each project requires pre- and post-Institute support from our Bloomington, Indiana offices or remotely. Those with immediate availability will be given special consideration. Work offered will vary according to organizational needs, applicant availability and skill sets.

Summer 2018 Institute schedule:

Keres Summer Institute

May 21-25, New Mexico State University-Grants (Grants, NM)

Lakota Summer Institute-South

May 28-June 8, Oglala Lakota College (Kyle, SD)

Crow Summer Institute

June 4-22, Little Big Horn College (Crow Agency, MT)

Lakota Summer Institute-North

June 11-29, United Tribes Technical College (Bismarck, ND)

Omaha-Ponce Summer Institute

July 16-27, Nebraska Indian Community College (Macy, NE)

Ho-Chunk Summer Institute

July 30-August 3, Host institution TBD (Central WI)

Housing stipend available for full time interns in Bloomington, IN; Travel, housing, and meals provided for interns working on location.

 

Please send resume or CV, spring/summer availability and your preferred Institute(s) to internships@languageconservancy.org

 

 

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