For immediate release: AIOIC & Emerge partner on federal reentry project Contact: Katie Fitzpatrick, director of external relations612.341.3358, x125. American Indian OIC (AIOIC) and its partner EMERGE Community Development have […]
Seeking External Relations Associate American Indian OIC (AIOIC) is seeking an engaging, growth-oriented marketing & communications professional to support its External Relations and administrative functions. Summary This position is responsible […]
Summer Miller recently joined American Indian OIC’s board of directors. Ms. Miller is Turtle Mountain Ojibwe and serves as Vice President and Change Management Lead at U.S. Bank. Ms. Miller […]
Please join us for a volunteer clean up day and healing ceremony on June 18.
There will be a Food & Provisions Giveaway for American Indian OIC and Takoda’s students, clients, and staff on Thursday, June 4, from 10am-1pm at All Nations Indian Church, 1515 […]
American Indian OIC expresses our collective heartache and sincere sympathy in the wake of the tragic murder of a Black man that occurred in our city. Due to the heinous […]
American Indian OIC will be incrementally reopening in the coming weeks. Programs will be provided in-person using social distancing and continue online. Read more about our Pandemic Preparedness Plan.
American Indian OIC is closed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are providing distance education and employment services.
American Indian OIC is accepting applications through March 20, 2020, for the position of MFIP Manager. This is a full-time, benefitted position with a salary range between $48,000-$58,000 annually.
On Thursday, February 6, American Indian OIC and its partners hosted, NativeRise: A Night of Indigenous Advocacy. The event aims to connect Native leaders with governmental and philanthropic decision-makers to discuss […]