The cultural educator will be responsible to promote Haudenosaunee and/or Kanienkehaka culture that presents the uniqueness of our traditional culture and ways. The cultural educator will report to the Manager and is expected to work collaboratively with all staff at the NNATC.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Demonstrates knowledge of Kanienkehaka traditional culture and traditions
Assist in sharing knowledge of Kanienkehaka culture, traditions, songs and dances to area and schools outside Akwesasne
Assist Travel Troup for various socials and/or presentations
Participate in identifying and implementing cultural workshops to community
Assist in providing tours of NNATC museum as needed
Assist in cultural sensitivity workshops as required
Draft content (i.e. introducing workshops, power point presentations, etc.) for mass media or company website
Research grant opportunities to bring resources to NNATC
Work with manager and/or others to develop proposals for funding
Develop and forward monthly reports to Manager outlining activities as well as recommending areas requiring improvements
Assist in development of culturally themed materials for public information and education purposes
Assisting all staff in other NNATC projects
Willingness to attend Mohawk language classes and/or other training as required
Be respectful of the policies and practices of the NNATC as a cultural education entity
Minimum high school graduate
Extensive knowledge of Haudenosaunee and Kanienkehaka Cultural knowledge
Knowledge of Haudenosaunee social songs and dances
Letter of interest
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We can always use volunteers here at the college. Weather its for school credit, as part of mandatory service or your special way to give back to your community. We have the paper work to sign off for you to receive full credit for your work with us here at the college.
Event staff (children’s pow wow, friendship day, harvest fest)
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FRIENDSHIP Day vendor
Vendor spaces are free to register they are limited to first come first serve. To save your spot click bellow to contact Joann Swamp with your letter of interest and booth information. We are accepting food vendors, craft vendors as well as information booths.
You will need to provide:
As you see fit. Assistance may be available to set up but is not guaranteed. If you have and question, contact Joann Swamp below.