4 Apr 2016

Lushootseed Research Presents The Earth is Our First Teacher- Saturday, April 23, 2016

This one day conference will offer Language & Research Resources, Language Immersion, National & Local Tribal Presenters, and much more! Early Registration $50 Student & Elders Discount Some Scholarships Available For more information visit us at www.lushootseed.org or contact Jill@lushootseed.org Lushootseed Language Registration 2016 (3)  
20 Jun 2017

Washington State Tribal Early Learning Language Summit: ʔutatabəb čəł ‘We are conversing.’

Washington State Tribal Early Learning Language Summit: ʔutatabəb čəł ‘We are conversing.’   Written by, Oomagelees (Cynthia Wilson, M.Ed.) and Nahrin Aziz-Parsons, M.Ed.   The Washington State Department of Early Learning (DEL) works with Tribal Nations to help ensure all children and families have access to early learning resources and information.  This year, DEL hosted...
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13 Jun 2017

NWIC/NWICF Now Accepting Audit Proposals

Northwest Indian College (College) and the Northwest Indian College Foundation (Foundation) invites your company/firm to submit a proposal for the preparation of its annual audited financial statements and related filings for a three-year period beginning with the 2017 fiscal year ending June 30, 2017. The College is a four-year degree granting institution and the Foundation...
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13 Jun 2017

Graduation Location Change

Out of respect for the families and community, graduation has changed locations, and will now take place at the Lummi High School (2334 Lummi View Dr.; Bellingham, WA 98226). The ceremony will still start at 5pm.
13 Jun 2017

Space Center Rocket Teams Take Two Victories at FNL!

Mid-April, the NWIC Space Center sent two teams to Milwaukee, Wisconsin to compete in the First Nations Launch (FNL) High-Powered Rocket Competition, an annual competition hosted by NASA’s Wisconsin Space Grant Consortium. There were two divisions in which the College competed: the Tribal division and the American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) division. There were 12...
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22 May 2017

Tuition-Free Classes Offered Summer 2017!

This summer, NWIC is pleased to offer a selection of our classes tuition-free! We want to ease financial barriers for our continuing NWIC students as well as show new students the unique academic opportunities NWIC has to offer. Students may take up to 18 credits of classes labeled “excluded from tuition” on our website (materials...
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3 May 2017

Jay Julius on Protecting Cherry Point – Thursday May 11th (12-2pm)

The next in the series is a presentation by Lummi Tribal Council member and Fisherman, Jay Julius who will present:  #Treaty Win: Reflections on Lummi Nation’s Fight to Protect Xwe’chieXen (Cherry Point) The event will be held: Northwest Indian College, Lummi Nation Cultural Learning Center (Log Building #11) Thursday, May 11, 12 – 2 Lunch Provided...
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2 May 2017

Participating in Professional Development: How Early Learning Center staff members engage in collective inquiry to design meaningful lesson plans for Tribal nations’ youngest citizens

While many Northwest Indian College (NWIC) faculty members and students were off for spring break, early childhood educators from our Early Learning Center (ELC) dedicated one full day to engage in collective inquiry.  Administrators and lead teachers came together for a Professional Learning Community (PLC) co-facilitated by Dr. Anna Lees, Curriculum Coach, Alicia Allard, ELC...
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12 Apr 2017

Registration Now Open for the 8th Annual Lushootseed Language Conference

  Lushootseed Research presents the 8th Annual Lushootseed Language Conference Saturday, April 29th 2017 @ Seattle University (Lemieux Library) 9:00am-4:30pm   Refreshments and lunch will be provided. Parking provided if you register in advance. The Silver Could Hotel has a discount group rate for the Lushootseed Language Conference. Call them toll free at 800.590.1801 To...
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12 Apr 2017

Now Hiring

  NWIC has the following positions available: *Grant Writer *Human Services Faculty *TRiO Academic Coach Advocate To learn more visit our website: http://www.nwic.edu/jobs/ Or call our Human Resources Department: 360.392.4230
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