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The American Indian College Fund is an Equal Opportunity Employer

IT Help Desk Technician

Job Details

Job Title: IT Help Desk Technician

FLSA: Non-exempt

Position Type: Full time

Reports To: IT Manager

Location: Denver, CO – Required to be ON SITE no remote work

Salary: $21-$23.50/hr

Date Modified: December 17, 2021

 

Position Description

The American Indian College Fund (College Fund) strives to positively impact the lives of American Indians by supporting their higher education and career objectives. College Fund team members believe education is the answer and collectively we raise funds, provide scholarships, and holistically support students in achieving their goals. Programming, research, and enhancing the capacities of tribal colleges and universities are also integral elements of our mission.

The College Fund is looking for a tech-savvy Help Desk Technician to provide technical assistance to on site and remote employees throughout various time zones on computer hardware, software, and basic networking. As a Help Desk Technician, you will be responsible for responding to employee requests through our email ticketing system, and providing technical assistance in person, over the phone, or using a remote assistance program. This position requires a wide knowledge of all aspects of information technology, from set-up and maintenance of computer devices and peripheral equipment to advanced troubleshooting. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills are also required to be successful in this position.

Essential Job Functions

· Serve as the first contact with users who need technical assistance by managing the Help Desk ticketing system, including support of remote employees

· Troubleshoot, diagnose, and resolve technical hardware, software, and networking issues in person, or remotely over phone/email/internet as needed

· Perform installation of approved hardware and software, and train users to use it where appropriate

· Provide quick resolutions and excellent customer service, and follow-up with users on extended issues

· Escalate unresolved issues to the next level of support personnel

· Provide needed information on IT products or services to users

· Maintain technical documentation and software catalogue on installation of software, configuration of hardware, and Help Desk ticket records

 

Job Requirements

Competencies

· ComTIA A+, Network+ certified professional

· Strong knowledge of computer systems and mobile devices

· Demonstrated strength in rapidly troubleshooting, diagnosing and resolving client issues as well as technical and networking issues

· Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with both technical and nontechnical users

· Excellent problem-solving skills and patience with sometimes frustrated users

· Experience using and troubleshooting Microsoft Office/Office 365 Products

· Strong internet research skills

· Experience configuring, maintaining, and troubleshooting printers

· Knowledge of Windows Active Directory Domains preferred

· Experience with IP Phones preferred

· Must be committed to ensuring and maintaining computer and network security

· Availability during non-business hours

 

Key Skills

· Technical Troubleshooting

· Hardware configurations

· Software Installs

· LAN Connectivity

· Problem Diagnosis

· Phone & Online Support

· Client/Server Models

· Technical Preventative Maintenance

· User Training & Support

· Customer Service

· Complaint Management & Resolution

Required Education/ Experience

· CompTIA A+ Certificate

· Network+ Certified Professional

· Associates Degree in Computer Science or similar relevant field

· 4 years of equivalent Information Technology experience

 

Preferred

· Experience working with tribal nation communities and knowledge of Indigenous culture

 

Work Environment and Physical Activities:

· This position is required to work from our Denver CO offices. No remote work option.

· This position is often required to pack boxes and lift them for shipping, and to lift equipment (computers, printers, recorders, screens, etc.), up to 20 to 30 pounds

· Frequent keyboarding

 

Note: The intent is not to provide an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, or qualifications associated with this position. Incumbent may perform other duties as assigned.

 

To Apply: Send your cover letter and resume to applications@collegefund.org

Please put your name and the job title in the subject line.

The American Indian College Fund is an Equal Opportunity Employer

College Success Coach

Job Details

Job Title: College Success Coach

Position Type: Full time

Reports To: Program Administrator College Success

Location: Denver, CO

Salary: $48k-$52k

Date Modified: October 18, 2021

 

Position Description

The American Indian College Fund (College Fund) strives to positively impact the lives of American Indians by supporting their higher education and career objectives. College Fund team members believe education is the answer and collectively we raise funds, provide scholarships, and holistically support students in achieving their goals. Programming, research, and enhancing the capacities of tribal colleges and universities are also integral elements of our mission.

The College Success Coach is responsible for implementation, assessment, and development of donor funded student success programming that will result in improvements in persistence and degree completion for Native students. Additionally, responsibilities include collaboration across programs to work with team members in student success services, resource development, research, and program initiatives to develop, execute, and report on student success programming. The coach will also partner with TCU and mainstream college staff and faculty to ensure students are connected to appropriate resources in their communities needed to meet their academic and career goals.

 

Essential Job Functions

· Provide tiered support for students in both college and career readiness strategies to guide students towards their graduation and career goals.

· Monitors and manages student database entries, student documents, and associated reports with a focus on data-driven analysis to measure effectiveness.

· Provides proactive communications connecting recipients to intentional intervention and student support services provided by the College Fund, their college, or their community.

· Communicates on a regular basis with scholars regarding upcoming deadlines, requirements, and expectations associated with their scholarship or other awards.

· Plans, facilitates, and engages students in online or in-person educational and career planning activities to help guide them to achieve their graduation and career readiness goals.

· Use cohort/group models of coaching when possible to support student goals to graduation and career.

· Plan convenings and site visits to institutions in collaboration with Student Success Services team for student check ins, TCU staff collaborations and to maintain partnerships.

· Build, maintain and enhance relationships with TCUs and their surrounding communities to ensure students are connected to resources and supports needed for their success.

· Provide reporting on activities, milestones, and impact to support overall department evaluation

· Provide formal updates to supervisors twice yearly for review and for professional growth (December and June.)

· Connect scholarship recipients and program participants to other Student Success Service programming at the College Fund as relevant.

· Plan, facilitate and implement programming and convenings for scholarship recipients in collaboration with the Student Success Services team.

· Collaborate on student engagement and communication efforts

· Support College Fund Strategic goals and objectives by sharing student stories, program successes, and supporting donor relationships and stewardship

· Supports other Student Success Services and College Fund initiatives.

 

Job Requirements

Competencies

· Proficient IT skills particularly with databases, Microsoft Office products and social media

· Ability to develop and enhance relationships

· Ability to meet deadlines for a wide variety of job assignments

· Ability to manage numerous tasks and/or projects at one time

· Attention to and tolerance for detail

· Ability to work collaboratively within and across departments as well as with external partners

· Proven ability to accomplish defined goals and objectives

· Experience presenting for small and large groups

· Willingness to travel during certain periods

 

Education/Experience/Certification Requirements

· BA Degree

· Experience working with AIAN or underserved population college students and communities

· Experience in Student Support Services or related fields

 

Preferred Qualifications

· MA in Student Affairs, or related field and/or four years of work experience in an education related setting

· Involvement and/or experience with student advising/coaching

· Two years of experience working in a field related to college and career readiness

 

Work Environment and Physical Activities

· Professional office environment

· Frequent keyboarding

· Lifting from 20-30 pounds

· Travel as assigned, airplane and car

 

Note: The intent is not to provide an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, or qualifications associated with this position. Incumbent may perform other duties as assigned.

 

To Apply: Send your cover letter and resume to applications@collegefund.org

Please put your name and the job title in the subject line.

 

The American Indian College Fund is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Prospect Research and Management Associate

Position Description

Job Title: Prospect Research and Management Associate

FLSA: Exempt

Position Type: Full time

Reports To: Manager, Direct Response

Location: Denver, CO

Date Modified: September 28, 2021

Salary Range: $55k-$60k

Description

The American Indian College Fund (College Fund) strives to positively impact the lives of American Indians by supporting their higher education and career objectives. College Fund team members believe education is the answer and collectively we raise funds, provide scholarships, and holistically support students in achieving their goals. Programming, research, and enhancing the capacities of tribal colleges and universities are also integral elements of our mission.

This position will help achieve the goals of the Office of Resource Development. Strong analytics and researching skills in the context of effective relationship development and fundraising; the ability to make complex decisions based on both hard and soft data; and excellent writing, communication and relationship-building skills are essential to the success of this position and the entire organization.

The work environment is both dynamic and fast-paced; and the organizational culture is one that focuses on accountability, teamwork, and a strong passion for our mission. This position will have the opportunity to work with individuals across the organization, along with other business partners and donors of the College Fund.

Essential Job Functions

1. This position will develop and implement business processes and policies, and provide sophisticated business intelligence to expand fundraising opportunities and results by:

a. Creating and implementing a prospect management system to include processes and policies that identify, screen and rate prospects and define prospect management workflows, timelines and metrics.

b. Analyzing confidential and relevant information to assess financial capacity and recommend cultivation strategies; and distinguish top tier donors with indicators that detail the donor’s propensity, affinity and capacity for major giving.

c. Either doing or working with an outside partner to design a range of research reports on prospects based on data from the donor database, available financial records, organizational background, real estate ownership and other ethical intelligence gathering techniques providing high quality research on individuals, corporations, and foundations.

2. Provides oversight of the prospect management program to include prospect research, information technology, and analytics to model and identify the best philanthropic prospects, resulting in recommended prospects for major gift officer, associate major gift officer, mid-level and planned giving portfolio composition as well as support the achievement of targeted goals by:

a. Recommending new prospects to major gift officer portfolios from multiple referral sources, matching prospect interest with fundraising priorities.

b. Conducting a periodic review of CRM records to identify existing lower tier donors with major gift potential and to qualify major gift donors ready for their next major gift.

3. This position will ensure the ongoing development of a robust prospect pipeline, including recommendations for advancing donors to higher levels of giving and planned gifts, and increasing the number of new donors annually by:

a. Ensuring prospects are guided through the philanthropic donor cycle through regular portfolio review sessions and moves management discussions with development officers.

b. Using prospect research to provide analytical support for new fundraising initiatives.

4. This position develops relationships with fundraisers that foster an understanding of applications for prospect management and provides general support to fundraising staff.

5. Other duties as assigned.

Job Requirements

Required Qualifications and Competencies:

· Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited university or college, and a minimum of 6 years relevant work experience.

· Considerable experience overseeing a comprehensive database management system using analytical skills to organize information.

· Demonstrated expertise in prospect research, fundraising/development or an information related field, preferably with a national non-profit organization.

· Demonstrated ability to recall, recognize, and communicate interrelated information pertaining to donors and prospects.

· Considerable experience with prospect research programs such as Target Analytics, Salesforce, iWave, Lexis/Nexis, ZoomInfo and/or WealthEngine.

· Demonstrated strong computer skills and demonstrated background in internet-based research.

· Demonstrated excellent oral and interpersonal skills, including diplomacy required to function effectively among fundraising staff, programs staff and across the organization.

· Considerable knowledge of domestic wealth indicators, lifestyles, investment structures, and approaches to philanthropy.

· Demonstrated project management skills with the ability to evaluate complex data. Ability to work both in a team environment and independently, prioritize assignments, and meet deadlines.

· Demonstrated ability to work with sensitive information and maintain confidentiality.

Preferred Qualifications:

· Demonstrated understanding of the Association of Professional Researchers for Advancement (APRA) Body of Knowledge.

· Demonstrated ability to work in a demanding environment.

Work Environment and Physical Activities

· Ability to lift 15-20 pounds

· Ability to use a computer for long periods is essential

To Apply:

Send your cover letter and resume to applications@collegefund.org

Please put your name and the job title in the subject line.

 

Note: The intent is not to provide an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, or qualifications associated with this position. Incumbent may perform other duties as assigned.

The American Indian College Fund is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Front Desk and Accounting Coordinator

Position Description

Job Details

Job Title: Front Desk and Accounting Coordinator

FLSA: Nonexempt

Position Type: Full-time

Reports To: Director of Human Resources

Location: Denver, CO

Date Modified: November 9, 2021

Compensation: $18-$20/hr

 

Description

The American Indian College Fund (College Fund) strives to positively impact the lives of Native Americans by supporting their higher education and career objectives. College Fund team members believe education is the answer and collectively we raise funds, provide scholarships, and holistically support students in achieving their goals. Programming, research, and enhancing the capacities of tribal colleges and universities (TCUs) are also integral elements of our mission.

Headquartered in Denver, Colorado, the College Fund currently employs over 75 team members. Our operations include student success services, TCU capacity building, research and evaluation, and public awareness. We annually serve over 4,000 students and 35 TCUs across the United States. The role of this position is to provide professional and efficient management of visitors, telephone calls and messages, as well as a variety of administrative duties that support the American Indian College Fund (the College Fund).

The Front Desk and Accounting Coordinator is often the first point of contact for the general public, potential donors, and students. As such, it is imperative that this position represent the College Fund in a professional and helpful manner, requiring strong general knowledge of our operations.

When at the front desk this position is responsible for incoming phone and general email inquiries and welcoming visitors to the College Fund and maintaining knowledge of team members work schedules and locations. This position will support the processing of incoming mail and packages and will be a back-up to other front desk administration functions.

The Front Desk and Accounting Coordinator implements key elements of accounts payable processing including collecting payment requests and following-up on missing information, entering payables into accounting system, coordinating check signers and ensuring appropriate and organized back-up is available for their review, and mailing payments and appropriate supporting documentation. This position also supports the College Fund’s revenue accounting by creating daily receipt logs and electronically filing revenue back-up documentation. This position will also support paper and electronic filing of accounting documents.

The Front Desk and Accounting Coordinator will also provide administrative support to the Human Resources Department. This position will also support other seasonal and as needed projects.

This position will share front desk administration with another position to ensure consistent coverage of the front desk and allow for time away from the front desk to conduct other responsibilities.

Essential Job Functions

  1. Front Desk Administration
    • Receives and directs telephone calls and visitors.
    • Ensures knowledge of staff whereabouts and maintains accurate and complete information for the Daily Schedule.
    • Manages the incoming College Fund general email and voicemail messages.
    • Takes phone donations and enters them into the online system.
    • Supports internal control process for opening mail.
    • Ensures packages are logged and secured.
    • Provides back-up for other front desk administration as needed.
  2. Processes funds received at the office
    • Accurately compiles information for Receipts/Deposit Log and uploads report and backup documentation to Intranet
    • Accurately prepares and sends bank deposit summaries to Accounting
  3. Implements key elements of the accounts payable process
    • Collects payment requests
    • Reviews request and follows up on missing documentation
    • Enters approved check requests into financial system
    • Creates and updates vendor files in financial system
    • Coordinates documentation for check signer review
    • Coordinates check signer process
    • Mails payments with appropriate documentation
  4. General Support
    • Files paper and electronic accounting documents
    • Provides administrative support for Human Resources Department
    • Support College Fund seasonal and as needed projects and activities

Job Requirements

Competencies

  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Professional appearance and demeanor
  • Strong interpersonal skills to interact positively with internal and external constituents
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Ability to effectively manage prioritized tasks
  • Punctuality
  • Reliability
  • Familiarity with office machines
  • Strong Excel, Adobe/Foxit skills
  • Ability to learn new programs and databases
  • Ability to take initiative and problem solve

Experience and Education

  • One year of front desk or accounting experience, may include work study or internships
  • High school diploma or GED

Preferred Experience and Education

  • Experience working with Native American or Alaskan Native peoples
  • Experience working in a not-for-profit
  • Accounts payable experience
  • Associate degree

Work Environment and Physical Activities

  • Ability to lift 15-20 pounds
  • Ability to use a computer for long periods is essential

 

To Apply:

Send your cover letter and resume to applications@collegefund.org

Please put your name and the job title in the subject line.

 

Note: The intent is not to provide an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, or qualifications associated with this position. Incumbent may perform other duties as assigned.

The American Indian College Fund is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Administrative Assistant – Student Success Services

Job Details

Position Title: Administrative Assistant – Student Success Services

FLSA Status: Non- exempt

Position Type: Full-time

Department: Student Success Services

Reports to: Senior Director of Student Success Services

Location: Denver, CO

Salary Range : $18-$20 per hour

Date: September 9, 2021

Description

The Administrative Assistant provides critical administrative support to the Student Success Services team which administers scholarships, college access and success, and career exploration and readiness programs to fulfill a core mission of the American Indian College Fund – offering students access to knowledge, skills, and cultural values which enhance their communities and the country as a whole.   The Administrative Assistant’s support will be focused on providing accurate information, , organizational support, and thoughtful communication to College Fund staff, students, and external partners.

Essential Job Functions

  • Provides administrative support to the Student Success Services team.
    • Assists with general administrative tasks like file management, update and develop documents used by the department, and supporting in office and virtual team needs
    • Monitors the supply of marketing materials to ensure adequate availability and organize office spaces for effective storage and accessibility
    • Prepare check requests for SSS department purchases and other expenses.
    • Reconciles credit card statements to appropriate documentation and supports expense coding.
    • Provide administrative support to ensure efficient operation of the Student Services team and workflows.
    • Assists with travel planning and booking flights, hotels, and car rentals.
  • Schedules and supports internal and external meetings and events as required.
    • Coordinate events and details for team activities, including room reservations, financial record submission, and communication.
    • Schedules virtual and in-office meetings and requested with both department members and external partners such as donors, TCU staff, other non-profit organizations.
    • Supports Senior Director in managing department calendar of both regular and special meetings and projects.
  • Supports SSS programs
    • Serves as back up to support communications with scholarship applicants/recipients, tribal college staff, and others via phone and email.  Refers complex questions as needed.
    • Occasionally represents the Fund at various marketing/recruitment events such as conferences and Native American events as assigned.
    • Provide administrative and organizational support to student success initiatives launched by the department
    • Collect, organize, and maintain data for various team projects.
  • Supports Front Desk Coverage and other general College Fund activities as assigned

Job Requirements

Competencies

  • Proficient IT skills particularly with databases and Microsoft Office products.
  • Ability to develop and enhance relationships.
  • Ability to meet deadlines for a wide variety of job assignments.
  • Ability to manage numerous tasks and/or projects at one time.
  • Attention to and tolerance for detail.
  • Ability to work independently with limited direction.
  • Ability to work collaboratively within and across departments as well as with external partners.
  • Proven ability to accomplish defined goals and objectives.
  • Willingness to travel as needed.

Education / Experience

  • Required Qualification: High School Diploma or GED.  Four years of relevant experience as an administrative assistant, or in a similar role with similar responsibilities.
  • Preferred Qualifications:  Associate degree. Experience working in a college or university student services area; experience working with tribal colleges and/or American Indian students.

Work Environment and Physical Activities

Professional office setting

Some air and car travel

Dynamic fast paced, goal oriented, and deadline driven environment

Valid driver’s license

Frequent keyboarding and viewing computer screen

Lifting up to 35 pounds

To Apply

Send your cover letter and resume to applications@collegefund.org. Resumes without a cover letter will not be reviewed. Please put your name and the job title in the subject line.

Note: The intent is not to provide an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, or qualifications associated with this position.  Incumbent may perform other duties as assigned.

The American Indian College Fund is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Program Officer - TCU Student Success Program Officer

Job Details

Job Title: TCU Student Success Program Officer

FLSA: Exempt

Position Type: Full time

Reports To: Senior Program Officer, College Success

Department: Student Success Services

Location: Denver, CO

Salary Range: 60-65k

Date Modified: 9/9/2021

Position Description

Description

The American Indian College Fund (College Fund) strives to positively impact the lives of American Indians by supporting their higher education and career objectives. College Fund team members believe education is the answer and collectively we raise funds, provide scholarships, and holistically support students in achieving their goals. Programming, research, and enhancing the capacities of tribal colleges and universities (TCUs) are also integral elements of our mission.

The Program Officer for TCU Student Success will identify, manage and advise student enrollment management strategies programming in Student Success Services. The purpose of this work is to support transformative strategies that will increase enrollment, persistence and completion rates of TCU students through systemic and capacity building programming for TCUs that are holistic, place-based, and collaborative student supports.

The Program Officer will support TCUs in their institutional efforts to implement a strategic enrollment management model with expanded student supports. The Program Officer will collaborate with and provide technical assistance to participating TCUs in guiding their program implementation, community partnership outreach, and data collection. Collaboration with Student Success Services and inter-departmental colleagues at the College Fund to meet organization goals and objectives is also expected.

Essential Job Functions

Lead the Overall Implementation of Strategic Enrollment Management Programming

Guide, monitor, and provide technical assistance for TCU teams in their design, implementation and evaluation of their strategic enrollment management programs. Supports include site visits, regular check-ins, trainings and technical support.

Provide support to implementation teams on community outreach and recruitment to increase enrollment.

Work with TCUs to explore and partner with community and national organizations and resources to build holistic student support services to increase enrollment and engagement that are specific and relevant to TCUs.

Identify and expand on extra-curricular and co-curricular community-based opportunities at the participating TCUs to include community service and internships.

Maintain project budget with updates to the Senior Program Officer.

Organize convenings with participating TCUs.

Collaborate with participating TCUs and the College Fund research and evaluation team on data collection goals and reporting criteria.

Implement donor required reporting process. Includes collaboration with the College Fund grant team partners.

Occasional travel to sites to provide support and technical expertise to program participants and partners.

Support Student Success Strategic Initiatives and Objectives

Build relationships with participating TCUs.

Stay current and up to date on latest trends involving persistence and retention of Native student college going culture and higher education institutional practices.

Present at conferences and support grant team presentations.Collaborate with Research and Evaluation, and Programs teams at the College Fund.

Work with the Student Success Services team and assist other team members in meeting departmental and organization goals and objectives.

Job Requirements

Competencies

Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite

Ability to work well within a diverse team and across departments

Flexibility to adapt to a fast-paced and dynamic work environment

Ability to organize, lead, and achieve objectives within deadlines

Personal characteristics sought include initiative, discretion, mature judgment, positive behavior and performance

Knowledge of and/or interest in learning about American Indian/Alaska Native education

Required Education/ Experience

MA in Higher Education Administration, Student Affairs, or related field and/or four years of work experience in an education related setting

Experience in grant management and program implementation

At least two years of experience in student affairs at a higher education institution

Experience in working with underrepresented communities

Preferred

Experience working with tribal nation communities and knowledge of American Indian/Alaska Native culture

Expertise in higher education enrollment and retention strategies

Work Environment and Physical Activities:

Some travel is required for this position.

This position is often required to pack boxes and lift them for shipping, and to lift equipment (computers, printers, recorders, screens, etc.), up to 20 to 30 pounds

Frequent keyboarding and viewing computer screen

To Apply

Send your cover letter and resume to applications@collegefund.org. Resumes without a cover letter will not be reviewed. Please put your name and the job title in the subject line.

Note: The intent is not to provide an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, or qualifications associated with this position.  Incumbent may perform other duties as assigned.

The American Indian College Fund is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Volunteer or Contact HR

Are you looking to find a place where your contributions make a difference? Do you have some free time to lend a hand? Looking to find a place where you can develop your job skills in a fun and learning environment? If you answered yes, then we would like to meet you. The American Indian College Fund is seeking a civic-minded individual/s who can volunteer their skills in the following area: Office or clerical support – answer phone, file, data entry.

Send Resumes To:

applications@collegefund.org

or

American Indian College Fund
Human Resources
8333 Greenwood Blvd. Denver, CO 80221

Call us at:

303-426-8900

Why Work Here?

The American Indian College Fund is a top-ranked national charity making a difference in Native peoples’ lives and communities, while working to effect policy change in higher education.

We asked our staff, “What are your top reasons for working here?” They said:

  • Working in a great team with the same focus to support Native Scholars
  • Motivated and united by our mission
  • Support of cultural values
  • Great salary and benefits
  • Flexible work schedule
  • Consistent and supportive learning environment
  • Great office culture
  • Promotion of healthy work/life balance
  • The staff are hardworking and fun!
  • Ethical and transparent practices

In our employee engagement survey, we asked our employees to tell us about some things we are doing great here. Some replies included:

  • The College Fund is an organization with its mission at the core of what we do and how we do it. Our team is focused on creating and improving opportunity for individuals and communities who need it most. We thrive in our dedication to accomplishing our work together as a whole team.
  • I feel like leadership and my boss go out of their way to make us feel appreciated. I am happy and proud to work here.
  • Our mission is incredible and it is clear that individual staff members are deeply passionate about service to that mission.
  • We are always trying to figure out how to do things better, we are clear about the importance and focus on our mission and work, overall we are generous and treat employees/staff well.
  • There is an extremely warm and welcoming culture at this organization.

Diversity and Inclusion comments

  • This is the most inspiring work to me because Native people at the College Fund are spearheading these programs and are giving Native communities the chance to form their own pathway through these programs.
  • I like that we incorporate Indigenous perspectives in how we treat each other and go about our work.
  • We thrive in cultural literacy, which helps us understand the distant places from where our students come.
  • I get a strong sense of mutual respect and inclusion from all staff members at the College Fund.

The American Indian College Fund is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer

  • The American Indian College Fund is dedicated to the principles of equal employment opportunity in any term, condition, or privilege of employment. We do not discriminate against applicants or employees on the basis of age, race, gender, color, religion, national origin, disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, or any other status protected by federal, state, or local law.
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