Student Affairs Supports Diversity

The Career Center is committed to the Student Affairs Statement on Diversity.

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Campus Resources

Native American House
The Native American House (NAH) serves as a support and resource center for all American Indian and Alaskan Native students and their families. Specifically, the Native American House provides various programs throughout the year that allow students the opportunity to enrich their cultural and academic experiences at the University of Illinois.

Registered Student Organizations

Job Search Resources

Journal of Tribal Colleges Job Clearinghouse
Job postings from Tribal College Journal. Tribal College Journal has covered the news, newsmakers, and issues in American Indian higher education, earning multiple awards for excellence in design and content from the Native American Journalists Association, the Society of National Associations Publications, and the Western Publications Association.
Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art
A listing of internship and employment opportunities in a variety of professional fields for those who wish to work at Eiteljorg. (click on “About Us”, then “Employment and Internship Opportunities”)
Native American Jobs
A job search database for Native American job seekers.
Native Jobs
A “nationwide job bank” for Native American job seekers.
Native Web
A job search resource for Native American job seekers.
Workplace Diversity
A job posting database with specific information sites for individual minority groups.

Website & Print Publications

Indian Country Today
A magazine that covers topics pertinent to Native Americans.  The website includes internships, a scholarship guide, and job search database.
SUNY Fredonia
An internship guide created by a New York Education group for Native American students.
Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education
A magazine for Native Americans in higher education. The website also includes a job board.
U.S. Dept. of Education - Listing of all Tribal Colleges and Universities
There are 33 fully accredited Tribal Colleges and Universities in the United States. Many list job search resources and links.

Funding & Financial Aid

American Indian College Fund
An organization dedicated to Native American students pursuing higher education; the organization provides both scholarships and information on tribal colleges.
American Indian Education Foundation
Association on American Indian Affairs
Catching the Dream
Financial Aid for Native American
National Indian Education Association
Paying for College Guide
A comprehensive listing of scholarship opportunities for Native American students.
Presbyterian Church Native American Education Grant
SUNY Fredonia Financial Aid Directory
A list of scholarships available for students with Native American heritage.

Professional Associations

American Indian Science & Engineering Society
A professional organization seeking to advance Native American representation in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math, by providing internship opportunities, an online job board, and scholarship resources.
Association for American Indian Physicians
A professional organization, which provides support for students entering medicine, including a workshop for students getting ready to apply to medical school.
Be An Actuary
A scholarship and internship resource for minority students wishing to enter the field of Actuary Science.
An organization dedicated to advancing underrepresented minorities in corporate settings through internships.
Native American Journalists Association
A professional organization that provides resources and sponsors scholarships for students entering the field.
Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science
SACNS helps connect students with scholarships and research opportunities.