Below is an unexhausted list of resources available, criteria focused on job/career pathway assistance as well as legal resources, advocacy tools, and opportunities to become involved and participate in various volunteer and outreach opportunities. As you expand your research please drop in to the Office of Career Professional Development when you find a valuable resource to add to our site. We in the CPD will be happy to work with you to meet your needs, answer your questions, and help you build the bridge to your unique success points.
Chapman University resources
Chapman University is deeply committed to enriching diversity and inclusion through on-going efforts to cultivate a welcoming campus climate for all members of the Chapman community.
Chapman celebrates and teaches diversity through academic coursework, events, speakers, student clubs, and workshops.
Nonpartisan, non-profit organization whose mission is to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties guaranteed to every person in this country.
Strengthening tribal identity, maintaining sovereignty
The oldest, largest and most representative American Indian and Alaska Native organization
A worldview of the indigenous movement, become active, join a project, expand your knowledge
Links to indigenous organizations and support by world regions
Index of Native American Nonprofit Resources on the Internet
California Statewide directory of services for Native American families
Nationwide job bank for Native Americans seeking professional and technical opportunities.
Diversity Employers: Jobs with Employers committed to Diversity
Diversity management, jobs, career advice, things NOT to say
Find jobs, update your resume, and post jobs
The mission of this site is to provide every Tribal Member with the ability to look for and find employment in one central location. Job-seekers can search job listings (by keywords, category, and location), post your resume, and register for email job alerts. No cost to job-seekers.
This site provides valuable information on career opportunities as well as the tools needed to survive and succeed in America’s workplace
The Emma Bowen Foundation was founded in 1989 to diversify the media industry by giving talented students of color the opportunity to intern at some of the nation’s leading media companies.
Source for 100’s of employment opportunities in Canada
Canada’s premiere aboriginal jobs referral website
Resources for Native Americans: Legal, cultural, housing assistance plus much more