Trinity Rep's annual production of A Christmas Carol is a Rhode Island community tradition. In planning for this year's production, directors (and Resident Acting Company members) Angela Brazil and Stephen Thorne have centered on the word "Community." At its heart, A Christmas Carol is the story of a man who has chosen to isolate himself from his own community. Through an act of grace,
he's allowed the opportunity to examine that decision. He chooses to open his heart and, with humility and vulnerability, ventures forward to rejoin his neighbors and family and make a life with- rather than apart from- them. A Christmas Carol is always a beautiful story, but right now seems a vital one that speaks to the necessity of really looking at each other, and recognizing, respecting, and committing to those we live alongside.
To that end, we're reaching out to groups in the Rhode Island community, asking if they'd like to appear with us onstage in a featured cameo appearance in the production. We're hopeful that folks from the Native Community would like to join us.
Informational meeting with Trinity Rep's Community Engagement Coordinator Rebecca Noon
June 13, 2017 at 6PM
For anyone interested in performance art, join in this performance on August 21, 2017. Visit link below to learn more.
Employment Opportunity at South County Habitat for Humanity
Seeking Applicants - Bureau of Indian Affairs 22 week Water Resources Technician Training Position at CBFO
I'd like to share with you an opportunity that is through the Bureau of Indian Affairs where one of the opportunities will be located with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service at the Chesapeake Bay Field Office in Annapolis, Maryland.
Job Description: BIA Water Resources Technician Training Program - Water Corps
Length: Full time, 26 weeks position
Location: Various Locations with Tribal Governments; Federal or State Government agencies; non-profit or private sector organizations
Living Allowance: Four Month Employment Voucher, 22 weeks of $404.00 a week
AmeriCorps Award: Environmental Stewards are eligible for an AmeriCorps education award upon successful completion of the program. Value of the education award is $2,887.50.
Age Requirement: 18-34 years old
Student Loans: Student loan forbearance during the term of service (where qualified)
Start Date: Monday, July 10, 2017 to Friday, January 5, 2018
Application Due Date: Applications accepted until filled
The vacancy announcement provides additional information about the position, such as the major duties, qualification requirements, salary, benefits, application filing procedures, etc. Those who have questions about this specific employment opportunity can call or email the point of contact that is identified on the last page of the vacancy announcement.
Please share this opportunity with other interested individuals. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me. Thanks and have a wonderful week!
Diversity Outreach and Employment Specialist
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
Division of Diversity and Civil Rights
Native students are the heart of SAIGE and encouraging them is part of our mission. Please help spread the word about the opportunity for Native students to participate in the SAIGE Youth Training Program, as part of our broader annual national training program this coming June in Arizona. We are seeking Native college students between the ages of 18 and 25 to submit applications for this all expense paid leadership and career education opportunity. Submissions are due by April 30. More information is available via the Saige Website, just click the button below.
Are you or someone you know looking for a mason job opportunity? This opportunity is with a construction company in Norwich, CT. because this position is via the Connecticut Indian Council, you will need to contact them and review your resume, interview techniques, and job needs/readiness.
Contessa Big Crow-Jenkins - Employment & Training Counselor
The Connecticut Indian Council 1-860-535-1277