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Posted April 2019 | Apply Now
Multiple internship positions available for processing and evaluating large amounts of collected audio and text data from our fieldwork with the Crow, Apache, Keres, Ute, Gwich’in, Kwak’wala, HoChunk, Lakota and other languages.
These data collections will lead to extensive dictionaries, language learning textbooks, apps, and other media projects.
Work will include audio cutting, data entry, analysis, and organization of collected data. You will work closely with our linguistic, textbook, and app development teams as well as Native American consultants to steer all projects towards being culturally relevant and valuable tools for the learner communities.
Experience using Praat, Audacity, Google Sheets, Excel, LanguageForge, SIL Fieldworks, and TshwaneLex are all a plus.
Positions for Summer 2019 are filled, please apply for Fall 2019, or Spring/Summer 2020
Location: Bloomington, IN (our main office)
Contact email@example.com or fill out the online application for the Fieldwork and Data Processing Internship
Posted August 2018 | Apply Now
The PR/Communications Intern will work with the PR Director (Mitch Teplitsky) to help
Immediate start dates available with a flexible schedule. Remote work is possible. Candidates interested in continuing work until Fall 2018 or later is preferred.
The position is available now. Days and times are flexible. Remote work is possible. Prefer someone who can stay on through fall 2018.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the online application for the PR/Communications Internship
Posted August 2018 | Apply Now
Seeking self-motivated Grants/Development Volunteer with interest in Native American issues. Experience or education in fundraising, grant writing, marketing or development preferred. Candidate should have strong written and oral communication skills in English, and must show initiative and professionalism.
The Grants/ Development Volunteer works closely with the Grants/ Development Manager on outreach, related tasks. Example projects include:
Contact email@example.com or fill out the online application for the Grants and Development Internship
The 2019 summer institute program assistant positions have been filled.
Seeking to fill multiple part-time, temporary internship positions supporting the planning and implementation of the 2020 Lakota, Crow, Omaha and Ho-Chunk Summer Language Institutes.
Program Assistants will plan, organize, set up, and coordinate Institutes taking place between May and August 2020.
Applicants should be comfortable speaking on the phone and be oriented toward customer service. They should have a good grasp of Outlook and Microsoft Office Suite and be willing to master new programs including Mailchimp and RegOnline. Attention to detail and a proven track record of team or project management are a must. Additional experience in media documentation (photo, audio, video), applied linguistics (recordings), and social media marketing are desired.
Part and full-time positions available starting in May 2020.