A selection committee has been formed to place qualified students in high impact summer experiences geared towards the development of real-world job skills. Please see the criteria below and submit the necessary material by email to Nicole Carey.
Selected students will be placed in competitive, paid internships ($15 per hour) at companies attacking real-world problems that face tribal nations. These common problems include food sovereignty, water quality, climate adaptation, and health services. These internships will be 8-12 weeks long with housing, food, and salary paid by FLC. Some of the companies taking part in these internships include: Sauder Miller & Associates, Kaiser Permanente, GRID Alternatives, TRC, and others. This program aims to provide students with a skill-set and pipeline into a profession which promotes tribal nation building.