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Tribal Affairs Liaison/Connecticut Careers Trainee


The Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) is hiring a Tribal Affairs Liaison/Connecticut Careers Trainee to work in Hartford, Connecticut.

As the Tribal Affairs Liaison, you will assist in the management of Native American Affairs in the state of Connecticut. Your work will facilitate and support meaningful community engagement, support government-to-government consultation with tribes, and effectuate communication about DEEP programs and activities to state tribes. You will report to the Office Director of Environmental Justice in the Office of the Commissioner. Applications close by October 10, 2023!

Interested in teaching an Intro to Connecticut’s Indigenous Cultures Class – or a similar class — for adult students ages 18+?


EdAdvance is doing online and in-person classes. It sounds like a wonderful subject for students to learn more about. Teaching a class can also be a great opportunity to broaden the instructor’s audience and to emphasize one’s brand. EdAdvance pays their instructors $20/hour. If interested please email us @ STN1699@yahoo.com for additional information.


Connecticut Indian Council Opportunities 


To all STN tribal members who are unemployed or underemployed and are looking for work, the Connecticut Indian Council (CIC) would like to meet with you! The CIC is searching for enrolled STN tribal members in need of training or employment. You must be an enrolled STN member, at least 18 years of age, unemployed or underemployed and males must register for Selective Service. If you meet the minimum requirements, please contact the CIC @ 1 (860) 535-1277. 


National Congress of American Indians

Bureau of Indian Affairs

Indian Country Today and Media Network

Institute of American Indian Studies

Who’s Land Are You On?

National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center

American Indian Cancer Foundation

Indigenous Food Sovereignty

Healing Indigenous Well-Being

Indigenous News

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