Native Center Advisory Board
NOTICE: There are 7 position open. Please apply if you are interested.
The positions open are:
- 1 civic leader
- 1 tribal liaison
- 1 PSU faculty/staff representative
- 1 student-at-large
Civic Leader - Civic leaders are individuals that own or operate a business/organization or are connected with political/social organizing. These positions outreach to local indigenous based businesses and organizations. These positions keep external organizations informed about what is going on at the NASCC. The person(s) are also responsible for sharing what is happening in the business and organizing community with NASCCAB members. The two civic leader representatives cannot be from the same organization, business or political organization.
Tribal Liaison - This position works specifically with Tribes and tribal education programs. The NASCC's main focus is building working relationships with the 9 federally recognized tribes of Oregon; however, it is also important that the NASCC builds working relationships with organizations such as ATNI. This position keeps Tribes and tribal education programs informed about what is going on at the NASCC. The person(s) are also responsible for sharing what is happening in the tribal education community with NASCCAB members. The two tribal liaison representatives cannot be from the same tribe.
If you or someone you know is interested, please contact Rachel Cushman, the Center Specialist for more information, or see the application below.
|Azule, Dean - NASS Standing||Balzer, Jackie - Ex Officio|
|Bluehorse, Judy - Faculty/Staff||Chilcott, Lois - Community
|Cushman, Rachel - Board Support||Foster, Karly - UISHE|
|Fry, Donita - Community||Henderson, Tamara - Community|
|Kaimanu, Theresa - Staff/Faculty||Lemke, Stevie - Alumni|
|Parsons, Melissa - Tribal Liaison
||Pewewardy, Cornel - INS|
|Ridder, CeCe - Ex Officio
||Smith, Julie - Staff/Faculty|
|Robideau, Andrea - Community||Tyner, Jessica - Civic Leader|
|OPEN - AISES||OPEN - Civic Leader|
|OPEN - Faculty/Staff||OPEN - PIC|
|OPEN - Student-at-Large||OPEN - Tribal Liaison|
|Smith, Julie - Co-Convener||Henderson, Tamara - Co-Convener||Student Liaison|
The Native American Student and Community Center (NASCC) Advisory Board adopts these Bylaws for the use by NASCC Board members to secure an organized voice and participation in decisions relating to the NASCC.
|June 10, 2013||5:00pm-7:00pm||NASCC 180|
12-2012 NASCCAB Minutes
11-2012 NASCCAB Minutes
10-2012 NASCCAB Minutes
06-2012 NASCCAB Minutes
02-2012 NASCCAB Minutes
01-2012 NASCCAB Minutes
12-2011 NASCCAB Minutes
11-2011 NASCCAB Minutes
10-2011 NASCCAB Minutes
NASCC Advisory Board Minutes 2010-2011 Academic Year
NASS Emergency Fund
Foundation Account Information for NASCCAB and Community Members wishing to donate to the Native American Student Services Emergency Fund
The Emergency Fund Account Code is 3201022
There are three ways to give:
- Online - https:www.foundation.pdx.edu/publicgift/
- Calling - 503.725.4911
- Mailing - Make checks payable to PSU Foundation, P.O. Box 243, Portland, OR 97207-0243. Include with payment a note specifying account 3201022, or download a pledge form from the above website.
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