Employment Resources

Career Readiness and Employment

Reflecting on skills and abilities are a key practice in behaving as a “good professional relative.” At whatever level of employment, we can showcase our skills and utilize new resources as we commit to reciprocity and responsibility in service to our communities.

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Entry Level

Resources to support entry into the workforce.

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Management Level

Resources to support growth into management of a work environment.

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Leadership Level

Resources to develop capacity to lead an organization or company.

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Entrepreneurship Level

Resources to help establish an idea or business.

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Retirement Level

Resources to help prepare a time and place for leaving the workforce.

Start with Explore Careers to look for academic programs that may align with personal and professional goals; additionally, find useful information on possible job tracks.

Check out Programs to Develop Your Skills page to learn about student programs that can support academic and skill development goals.

The Professional Development page offers basic resources to support professional and career development.

Employment Resources provides basic information for us as we move from entry level positions to upper-level management roles.

The Career Advising Resources page provides resources for those who are supporting academic and professional journeys for others.

Tribal Colleges and Universities

Tribal colleges and universities provide dynamic higher education opportunities, most on or near reservation lands. Known for their remarkable programs, culturally-relevant curricula, and familial student care – tribal colleges allow students to further their careers, attain an advanced degree, or better support their communities.