Green Jobs Internship

Green Jobs is offering an internship to bolster your resume and advance your professional development in the growing green economy!


MIGIZI Awarded Federal Grants In Support of American Indian Youth

MIGIZI acquires two grants that will support American Indian youth in their personal growth in cultural, professional, and academic applications.


MIGIZI Communications 10th Annual Summer Media Institute Produces Great Results

MIGIZI Communications is proud to share the results of their Summer Media Institute program that addresses important contemporary issues to the Native community.


MIGIZI Communications Awarded Two Grants for Upcoming Media Productions

MIGIZI’s program First Person Productions recently acquired support to help further the story-telling capabilities of their projects “Makoce Stories” and “Wanna Wota.”


MIGIZI – Native Youth Futures IDA Program

MIGIZI Native Youth Futures Teen IDA Program offers an opportunity for local youth to acquire financial assets. An Individual Development Account (IDA) is an educational savings account that will match account holders’ personal savings. Participants choose to save for higher-education costs and MIGIZI will match savings of up to $500, at a rate of 8:1, giving you…


Native Youth Futures (NYF) invites your family to join us.

We will be hosting an open house events for families of Step-up Interns at Roosevelt Library, 4026 S 28th Ave, Minneapolis. The date of the open house is tomorrow, Thursday, June 7th 5:00pm – 6:30pm. We will be hosting a Q&A session about the Native Youth Futures – Financially Independent program, and to help guide…


“STEP-UP” to a MIGIZI summer! Apply by Feb 16

Apply NOW through STEP-UP for two of our summer programs. Earn good money and build your resume with the valuable work experiences our Green Jobs Pathway and our Summer Media Institute offer! High school-aged youth interested in protecting our environment and well-paying jobs, apply for Green Jobs Pathway! If selected, you will participate in engaging…

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Mde Maka Ska 2017

Mde Maka Ska is an event held every year at Bde Maka Ska in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The event is held to reconnect the relationship between indigenous youth from the Minneapolis Public Schools and the water. The event is organized by the Phillips Indian Educators and would not be possible without the contributions of many partners.


Ranked Choice Voting

On November 7, 2017, Minneapolis’ mayoral election used ranked choice voting in determining the next mayor of Minneapolis. This video, made by First Person Productions for the Native American Community Development Institute (NACDI), explains ranked choice voting through animation and a youth perspective.


Rosy Simas on First Person Radio

Join Laura Waterman Wittstock on Wednesday, October 4, 2017 as she talks with Madeline Hyde of Dream of Wild Health. This Native youth-serving program that teaches how to raise organic produce on a farm in Hugo, MN. Hyde is a communications and Evaluations Specialist. Laura will also talk with award-winning Haudenosaunee (Seneca Nation, Heron Clan)…


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