The application process is now closed.
Indigenous Outreach Graduate Assistant Job Description
Under the direction of the coordinator, this position will provide assistance for the development, administration, and evaluation of activities that facilitate indigenous K-12 student and family understanding of how to prepare for and pay for college. The position may also assist with on-campus visitations of students and families.
|Position Title||Graduate Assistant|
|Application Deadline||Open until filled|
|Rate||Not to exceed 0.5 FTE. The position qualifies for tuition remission. The student will be paid $21, 750 for the academic year.|
|Days and Schedule to be Worked||Start: August 14, 2023
End: May 21, 2024
|Number of Hours Worked||20 hours per week|
|How to apply||Send your resume with references and letter of interest to Carol Seanez at firstname.lastname@example.org.|
The University of Arizona is an equal opportunity employer: We do not discriminate for reasons of race, ethnicity, gender, age, religion, conditions of disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, or genetic information.
Office of Early Academic Outreach, University Services Building RM 501, 888 N Euclid Ave. Tucson, AZ 85721-0158
Telephone: (520) 626-2300
The National American Indian Science and Engineering Fair (NAISEF) is an annual event for 5th to 12th grade students. The NAISEF is an affiliated fair with the Society for Science and the Public (SSP) affiliated science fair and is part of the larger SSP fair network. The NAISEF differs from other SSP-affiliated fairs in that it is an in-person and virtual fair.
Registration Deadline: Friday, February 24
Science Fair Date: Saturday, April 1
Location: OSU Endeavor Lab • 215 N Hester St, Stillwater, OK 74078
All project submissions for the 2023 SARSEF Regional Fair will be digital. If needed, see resources with helps on how to convert physical projects to digital.
Opens: Friday, January 20
Closes: Sunday, February 26
Science Fair Dates: March 4 – March 11
Location: Virtual Event, BUT awards ceremony is in-person at Reid Park
The Arizona Science and Engineering Fair (AzSEF) is the state science fair for Arizona. Managed by Arizona Science Center, AzSEF brings together first-place winners from school, homeschool, district, county, and regional science fairs across Arizona to compete for thousands of dollars in prizes and scholarships.
Opens: Monday, February 6
Closes: Thursday, March 15
Science Fair Dates: March 30-31 (Thu/Fri)
Location: Phoenix Convention Center
The 2022 SACNAS Career Con is coming soon!
Apply for a free opportunity to learn and build skills of how to land a career/job in the STEM field. Match with employers to get an inside taste on landing an internship or job in their field.
The application deadline is December 10, 2021 at 11:59 pm PT
Native American Men Conference
Maricopa Community Colleges is hosting the Native American Male Empowered Network (MEN) Conference. The purpose of this conference is to provide male Native American high school, college, and university students, as well as young professionals looking to re-enter the workforce an opportunity to:
- Learn about the intersection of masculinity, resiliency, and native culture
- Identify, explore, and uncover interests in higher education
- Increase awareness about degree programs, pathways, internships, and careers that inspire student success
- Connect with people and resources that enhance personal and professional development
For more information:
The Native Nations Institute believes that young people are already making powerful contributions to their Native nations and communities, and through participation in the Future Native Nation Builders seminar, no matter your current level of engagement, you can increase your ability to effectuate change. Join the Native Nations Institute for a one-and-a-half-day seminar to explore and share ideas on how students can impact their tribal communities and tribal governments.
The Future Native Nation Builders Program is a leadership development opportunity for Indigenous undergraduate students attending Arizona higher education institutions. To prepare young adults to create positive change, this impactful program integrates three foundational components: study of the Native Nation Building approach, engagement with tribal leaders, and development of action plans to be implemented over the year.
The Agnese Nelms Haury Program in Environment and Social Justice is pleased to host:
Civic Engagement 101 Facilitators: Dora Martinez, Natalia Molina, Robert Ojeda Community Food Bank
January 23-24, 2020 8:30 am to 5:00 pm University of Arizona, ENR2 Building, Room N595, 1064 E. Lowell Street, Tucson, AZ
Inclusive decision-making within communities is an essential precursor to social justice in, and sustainability of organizational systems. We know that thriving communities have at their center strong, inclusive, organized, and civic-engaged people that capitalizes on the ideas and talents of all community members to address challenges or areas of opportunity in that community. In Civic Engagement 101, participants will learn basic skills and tools in community organizing and civic engagement designed to facilitate: understanding personal power, a historical overview of and analysis of power in Tucson, and the power of leveraging relationships in shared community work.
The A.T. Still University National Center for American Indian Health Professions (NCAIHP) three-day
Pre-Dental Admission Workshop (PAW)
May 14-15, 2020
Deadline Tuesday, March 21, 2020 at 5:00 PM (MT).
The goal of the American Indian/Alaska Native Pre-Dental Admission Workshop (PAW) is to promote the health of Indian Country by increasing the number of AI/AN dentists. The workshop will help attendees navigate the dental school application process, strengthen their applications, and expand their professional network.
Workshop topics include:
- Hands-On Dentistry in a Simulation Clinic
- Understanding the Application Process
- Admissions Test (DAT) Preparation Techniques
- Personal Statements
- Interview Process Including Mock Interviews
- Financial Aid and Scholarship Resources
- Dental School Tour
- Networking Opportunities
- Stress/Performance Relationship
- Professional Headshots
From Brent White
Vice Provost for Global Affairs, Dean of Global Campuses and International Education
We are writing to clarify the institution’s position on Summer Session 2020 courses and Study Abroad 2020 summer programs. We realize that faculty, staff and students need to be able to make decisions now for what their summer plans will include, despite the many uncertainties we are facing. Accordingly, we have developed the following guidelines with the objective of providing some clarity on these aspects of our operations for the next 3 months.
Domestic Summer Session Courses
- All domestic Summer Session 2020 courses that are planned to start in May and June must be moved to an online-only format.
- Courses that are planned to start on 1 July 2020 or later may plan to operate in person and enroll accordingly.
- On or before May 1 we will issue guidance (i.e., go / no-go) regarding in-person courses that are scheduled to begin on 1 July or later. Instructors should please be prepared to cancel the class or migrate to an online format if the COVID-19 conditions continue to require it.
- University of Arizona dual degree students at global locations will continue to follow the protocols of their host institutions.
Study Abroad Summer 2020 Programs
- All University of Arizona Study Abroad programs starting in May and June 2020 will be cancelled.
- Study abroad programs that are planned to start on 1 July 2020 or later may plan to continue to operate and may enroll accordingly.
- Leaders of faculty-led Study Abroad programs who would like to explore moving their program’s start date to July, should contact the Global Study Abroad office.
- On or before May 1 we will issue guidance (i.e., go / no-go) regarding Study Abroad programs that are scheduled to begin on 1 July or later. Instructors should please be prepared to cancel the program if the COVID-19 conditions continue to require it.
K-12 Camps and Day Programs for Summer 2020
- All domestic University of Arizona online summer activities for K-12 students should proceed as planned.
- All domestic University of Arizona in-person activities for K-12 students, including day camps and overnight camps, starting in May and June 2020 will be cancelled.
- Domestic in-person activities and programs for K-12 students that are planned to start on 1 July 2020 or later may plan to operate and enroll accordingly.
- Leaders of domestic in-person camps and activities for K-12 students are welcome to explore moving their program’s start date to 1 July or later.
- On or before May 1 we will issue guidance (i.e., go / no-go) regarding domestic in-person activities and programs for K-12 students that are scheduled to begin on 1 July or later. Instructors should please be prepared to cancel the activity if the COVID-19 conditions continue to require it.
Thank you for your continued patience as we make these hard decisions to ensure the health and safety of our community.
Liesl Folks, Ph.D., MBA
Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost
Vice Provost for Global Affairs, Dean of Global Campuses and International Education