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Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of Language is Life Gathering/Living Language Circle 2023

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Outreach Coordinator
Advocates for Indigenous California Language Survival
Coordinate programming around our Breath of Life Event and related activities such as the online symposium and cohorts research program.

Conduct at least 2 online or in person outreach sessions with communities that we wish to recruit to Breath of Life Archival Institute, gather feedback to improve our program and learn about community needs.

Other tasks as assigned. $20/hour, part-time (20 hrs/week). Recommended to have prior experience with Breath of Life Archival Institute. Native Americans encouraged to apply. See full job description and get application by emailing Director.
Link: None
Language Teacher
Owens Valley Career Development Center
OVCDC is looking for a teacher or teacher trainee to support the Fresno site, either full-time or part-time. We’re open to any indigenous language, but the site has previously taught Western Mono. See the linked job description for more details, or reach out to Rena Picaso or Gretchen Kern. Apply at http://www.ovcdc.com/employment/
Link: http://www.ovcdc.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/10/Language-Teacher-2022.pdf
Language Specialist
Owens Valley Career Development Center
This role helps plan and carry out language and culture activities and classes in Inyo and Mono counties. Apply at http://www.ovcdc.com/employment/
Link: http://www.ovcdc.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/06/Language-Specialist-2022.pdf
Language Coordinator
Owens Valley Career Development Center
This role oversees the Language Program for Inyo and Mono counties for the OVCDC. Apply at http://www.ovcdc.com/employment/
Link: http://www.ovcdc.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/06/Language-Coordinator-2021.pdf
Program Mentor
AICLS
AICLS is seeking people to add to our team and give support to the Master Apprentice Program as Mentors to the apprenticeship teams.

$20/hr for up to 25 hrs/week, Native Americans encouraged to apply, strongly recommended to have prior experience with the MA program, responsibilities include helping with events, coordinating trainings, and working closely with the MA teams throughout the state through zoom meetings, phone calls and site visits

Respond if interested in applying and seeing the full job description. Positions are grant funded and will be offered as long as funding is available. Flexible schedules, weekend and some evening may be required as we often hold trainings and biennial events over a weekend.
Link: None
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