Workforce Development

Volume 26, No. 2 – Winter 2014

Features

Opinion

  • On the Workforce in Tribal America

    Beginnings

    I recall how we started out in 1972 and 1973 in disparate and humble beginnings as the first six tribally controlled colleges in the United States.

  • Forging the Future

    While American Indian communities still experience economic underdevelopment and high unemployment, strides have been made. And tribal colleges and universities are playing an instrumental role in developing a workforce and paving the way to a brighter future.

  • “Being a Fed”

    John Gritts reflects on the importance of community among the tribal colleges and reflects on his years of experience working for the U.S. Department of Education.

Profile

Talking Circle

Resource Guide

Media Reviews

2017 AIHEC Student Poetry Slam

AIHEC POETRY SLAM 2017

On the opening evening of the 2017 AIHEC Student Conference in Rapid City, students from an array of TCUs entertained conference goers with the spoken word at the annual poetry slam. View the video

Twiniversity:
Life of a Tribal College Mom


CELINA GRAY

I Am an Ancestor’s Dream

Change, especially institutional change, takes time-and instead of just throwing our hands up in the air we should take it slow, each of us has our own roles to play.

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