Position: Education Faculty

Organization: Lac Courte Orielles University

SUMMARY:

The preferred candidate will have demonstrated competence in teaching, advising, and curriculum development. This position teaches both didactic and practicum (if applicable) courses for the academic program. This position is required to teach twelve to fifteen credits per academic semester, along with serving as an academic advisor. The grant position is grant dependent and will require preliminary course development.

Position: Request for Proposals ~ Educational Methods Course Developers

Organization: Lac Courte Orielles University

SUMMARY:

Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe University (LCOOU) seeks educational methods course developers to collaborate and assist the Education Department staff for the teacher certification and training program. All projects will be funded in whole or in part by federal funds and as such will be subject to the corresponding rules and time limits regarding that funding’s use.

Position: Full Time Administrative Assistant

Organization: OOG Grandma’s House (Ojibwemotaadidaa Omaa Gidakiiminaang)

SUMMARY:  The Grandma’s House Administrative Assistant provides office and clerical support to the Office and Grants Manager and staff with the day to day activities of OOG

Position: School Operations Manager

Organization: Waadookodaading Ojibwe Language Institute

Position: Gaa-gikinoo’amawaad Oshki-aya’aa Aki-dazhiikewinan “The one who teaches young people activities on the land.”

Organization: 7 Generations

SUMMARY: The Gaa-gikinoo’amawaad Oshki-aya’aa Aki-dazhiikewinan will play a crucial role in connecting youth with their cultural roots, language, and traditional practices by planning and facilitating land-based activities. This position is designed to foster a deep connection between youth and the
Anishinaabe culture, with a particular focus on the language (Anishinaabemowin), traditional knowledge, and land-based learning experiences.

Position: Family, Friends, and Neighbors Ojibwe Immersion Childcare Providers Internship

Organization: Ojibwemotaadidaa Omaa Gidakiiminaang

SUMMARY: The Ojibwe Language Program Ojibwemotaadidaa Omaa Gidakiiminaang (OOG) of Fond du Lac Tribal College is please to announce that we are seeking candidates for a paid internship ($25 per hour/20-40 hours per week), which will provide intensive training and experience in Ojibwe immersion childcare and education to four potential FFN childcare providers.

What is an FFN provider? An FFN provider is someone who can provide legally unlicensed childcare to families. In partnership with OOG and FDL, the FFN provider will specialize in providing Ojibwe Immersion childcare to families in Minnesota. FFN providers are frequent choice of care for families of infants and toddlers in diverse cultural communities.

Position: Ojibwe Language Substitute Teacher

Organization: Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe

SUMMARY: The Ojibwe Language Substitute Teacher is a full-time position, which may be assigned to any Ojibwe classroom in the entire Nay Ah Shing School system and Wewinabi. The Ojibwe Language Substitute Teacher is responsible to follow the lesson plan as prepared by the regular classroom teacher or develop their own if subbing in a classroom on a long-term basis. The Substitute Teacher is responsible to implement the behavior plan of the school and classroom.

Position: Ojibwe Language Technology Integration Specialist

Organization: Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe

SUMMARY: An Ojibwe Language Technology Integration Specialist is an information technology professional found within school systems. These professionals are charged with assisting classroom teachers with the incorporation of technological hardware and software and helping teachers effectively integrate technology with Ojibwe Language into the curriculum by:

• Learning the basics of using technologies
• Using technologies to support Ojibwe Language instruction
• Integrating new technologies into classroom practices
• Discovering new uses for technology tools
• Designing projects that combine multiple technologies
• Focusing on cooperative, project-based and interdisciplinary work, with technology being just one of the many tools that students use.
• Adding Ojibwe Language Curriculum and Materials to the NAS website.

Positions: Substitute Teacher, Elementary Education Teacher, Classroom Paraprofessional, and Special Education Paraprofessional

Organization: Endazhi-Nitaawiging Charter School

SUMMARY:
The ultimate goal of the educational program at Endazhi-Nitaawiging is to create a school where our students can see themselves in all that they are learning. Endazhi-Nitaawiging will foster a learning environment for young people grounded in Anishinaabe culture that focuses not just on instruction in academics but also on social-emotional well-being. We are firm believers in the Indigenous genius that exists among our people.

Postion: Ojibwe Immersion Teacher

Organization: Niigaane

Application Deadline:  Open until filled
Applications can be downloaded from www.bugonaygeshig.com or call 218-665-3068, leave your name, number, and address.