Divisions - Adult Education Program
Adult Education Training/477 Programs
The Pawnee Nation has integrated employment, training, and related services through Public Law 102-477 to serve the Native American population in our service area. All departments administered by the 477 staff target the economically disadvantage, unemployed, or underemployed. Applicants must provide a picture photo identification card, a social security card, a Certificate Degree of Indian Blood (CDIB) and proof of residence and income.
General Educational Development
For those interested in working towards completing their General Equivalency Diploma, please contact Alex Harjo or any of the education staff to sign up for classes.
Computer Learning Center and Library
Currently, the computer lab is under construction. If you need Word along with printing this is available. We are getting a guest login finalized for internet access.
Workforce Services consist of work experience and on the job training in coordination with job etiquette, resume development, and other activities that enhance employability. Other services offered: short term training classes, vocational training, and short courses. All participants complete an application and verification process for eligibility. Click on this link for the application for the Employment and Training Application.
If you're interested in "regular" employment (not Workforce services) then please click on any of the following links for JOB ANNOUNCEMENTS.
For more information: contact Employment and Training
Phone: (918) 762-3621
Ext. 225 - Louise Stevens, Adult Services Coordinator
Ext. 226 - Jessica LeadingFox, Youth Services Coordinator
Ext. 224 - Director Suzy KnifeChief
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