2018 Summer Youth Program – 25 open positions.

WYANDOTTE NATION

2018 Summer Youth Program

The Wyandotte Nation Government is seeking Wyandotte Nation Tribal Citizens to fill 25 positions for the 2018 Summer Youth Program.

Criteria for this program

  • Enrolled in high school or college (as a full time student=12 hours) and must provide proof of enrollment or proof of enlistment in the military on first day of work
  • If previous participant in program was a college student, must show proof college semester was completed
  • Must be ages 16–22
  • Must be enrolled as a Wyandotte Nation Tribal Citizen
  • Must have dependable transportation to and from work
  • Ability to fulfill the requirements of the assigned position
  • Previous participants must have completed prior year in good standing
  • Must pass a background check and drug screen

Eligible participants will work 40 hours per work at $9.00/hour.  Current assignments are available in the following areas: Education, Bearskin Healthcare and Wellness Center, Title VI (Elder Services), Administration, Gaming, Tribal Heritage, Maintenance, Environmental, Turtle Stop Car Wash, Wyandotte Precision Products and Information Technology.

If you do not reside in our local area and are interested in participating in the Summer Youth Program, housing is available on a limited basis. “First come, first serve” to qualify for housing must be entering your 3rd year of college.

Applications are available at the Wyandotte Nation Administration Building located at 64700 East Highway 60, Wyandotte, OK  74370 and must be submitted by April 15, 2018. Positions are limited and will be filled based on availability so please submit your application as soon as possible. If you have previously been a participant in the summer youth program you still need to contact Human Resources.

For more information and to schedule an interview please contact Becki Burleson. Human Resources Assistant at 918-678-6337, or you may email her at beckib@wyandotte-nation.org. Thank you.

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