9 Nov 2015

Wellness and Healing Summit to be held November 23

NWIC will be hosting the first ever Wellness and Healing Summit from 9 am to 5 pm on Monday, November 23 on the Lummi Campus.  The Summit will focus on wellness and ways to return to wellness through healing. Stay tuned as more details are announced. 20
6 Nov 2015

Introducing the Tribal Vocational Rehabilitation Institute – NWIC, in partnership with WWU, receives a 5-year $2.4 million grant from the US Department of Education

Northwest Indian College (NWIC), in partnership with Western Washington University (WWU), is pleased to announce the creation of the Tribal Vocational Rehabilitation Institute. The purpose of this new institute is to meet the vocational rehabilitation training needs in American Indian Vocational Rehabilitation Services (AIVRS) programs. To address that need, NWIC, in partnership with WWU, has...
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15 Oct 2015

Northwest Indian College Career Fair: Building Community – Nov. 3

Come join us in the Log Building at Northwest Indian College on Nov. 3, 2015 to learn about exciting opportunities for employment, career development, and community engagement. Our greatest strength is the people around us, and together we can rely on each other’s strengths and overcome any weakness. Find out how you can expand your...
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2 Oct 2015

Paddling Together in Shared Waters: Northwest Indian College and Western Washington University Collaborate on New 5-Year $1.65 Million Grant

Northwest Indian College (NWIC) and Western Washington University have been awarded a five-year, $1.65 million, grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) designed to boost the number of Native American students making the transition to graduate school in the geosciences and to provide a more direct bridge between NWIC and Western’s Huxley College of the...
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3 Sep 2015

Horizon Middle School Bee Mural

Here are service learning photos from project that was between Horizon Middle School and NWIC NASD 110 Intro to Native American Studies Class. It was a Bee Mural (the bee is Horizons mascot) done with students there. The artwork is NW coastal design and taught by a NWIC student Doralee Sanchez.
3 Sep 2015

Lummi CEDAR and WWU Mural Project

This mural was a collaborative project between the Lummi Cedar Project (Community Partner) Tami Chock. NWIC’s Art History Class taught by Ramon Murillo and WWU’s Art History Class taught by Julia Sapien Both are the (Instructional component of the project). This project was a group effort brought together by the Centers for Service Learning at...
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3 Sep 2015

Leadership Unity Training Program

Students at NWIC participated in Leadership Unity Class was held Fall Quarter 2005. Political Science 112 for 3 credits Instructors: Michelle J. Vendiola & Michael Vendiola What is Leadership Unity? Leadership Unity embraces the belief that there is no lack of leadership in our communities – rather there is a lack of opportunity for people...
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3 Sep 2015

Science Fair

Please enjoy this video from a past Science Fair and a gallery of images from the same event.
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