Monthly Archives: September 2018

20 September 2018

To an encampment, our people have come home

The following is an Op Ed piece at Minn Post. Read the article in its original format here.   There is an encampment in Minneapolis populated by indigenous people – and it is growing. People who have gathered there are the displaced, the unemployed, the addicted, the battered, and the sexually exploited. They have come   Read more…

10 September 2018

Hiring – Opportunity Navigator

The American Indian OIC is seeking an Opportunity Navigator to work on the Takoda GED team. The Opportunity Navigator position is a part of the Minnesota Opportunity Corps. Overview: Minnesota Opportunity Corps members serve one year making a difference in the lives of individuals with multiple barriers to employment and economic self-sufficiency. As an Opportunity   Read more…

6 September 2018

AIOIC President Named Aspen Institute Ascend Fellow

Congratulations to the American Indian OIC’s President & CEO, Joe Hobot, Ed.D. who has been named one of the Aspen Institute’s Ascend Fellows for the class of 2018-19. This prestigious opportunity has been awarded to 21 visionary and entrepreneurial leaders across the United States with bold ideas that can move the needle on health and well-being and   Read more…