Takoda Prep high school is seeking a part-time educational assistant.
American Indian OIC and the National Urban Indian Family Coalition convened leaders from urban American Indian education programs to establish a community of practice to identify ways to best serve Native students in urban areas with culturally-integrated public education.
“Film Festival showcases Takoda Prep community and gives students opportunity to network with local professionals from the community Networking is an important formula – a little bit of charisma, an open mind, some […]
Summer school has wrapped up at the high school, and another year of valuable additional learning time is in the books. Over the course of three weeks, 11 students from […]
Minneapolis, Minn., June 30, 2017– Takoda Prep, the alternative high school located at the American Indian OIC, has been selected as a site of best practice in a national report […]
Each individual who enters the doors of American Indian OIC holds within them a story. Although each of these stories is different – one common thread is constant during […]
Families packed into the one room school house on the evening of Wednesday, March 15th for the quarterly family night at Takoda Prep. The night has always served several purposes: […]
Cory, a proud member of the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe, knew he needed a change. He was working in a low-paying job that was starting to take a physical […]
Josh completed the Takoda Institute of Higher Education’s accredited Health Information and Patient Services Specialist occupational training program. Grants and scholarships fully covered his tuition, books, and fees. He was […]
Text Taken from the Star Tribune article “6 Twin Cities students honored with “Beat the Odds” Scholarship” by James Walsh. It’s telling, really, when young people who have struggled through […]