Tribal Education Agency

Field Study, Internships &
Modern Youth Apprenticeship Academies

Field Study

Many aspects of the BLR infrastructure are leading-edge science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) projects. Often projects at BLR begin as student-led explorations that are studied, refined, and implemented by the Tribe. Some examples of projects that began as field study at BLR include:

  • Low-carbon, Community-scale Microgrid
  • Residential Solar Power
    • Partnership with GRID Alternatives
    • Biodiesel Manufacturing
    • Electric Vehicle Infrastructure
    • Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Projects
    • Biomass Research
    • Solar Thermal Applications
    • Energy Efficiency Measures
    • Emergency Power Designs
    • Solar Power Feasibility
    • Small Hydroelectric Power Feasibility
    • Wind Power Feasibility
    • Super-efficient Diesel Generator Upgrades
    • Emergency Preparedness Projects
    • Resource Supply Feasibility
    • Financial Feasibility Studies
    • Appropriate Technologies - Specification and Feasibility Studies
    • Community Water System
    • HSU article Ellen Molina

Internships

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The Native American Fish & Wildlife Society (NAFWS) will be hiring
Native American or Alaskan Native college students, who are
majoring in natural resources or a related field. The Internships will
allow for work experience in two separate NAFWS programs –
Education and Conservation Law Enforcement.

DURATION: Start date May/June 2021 (Negotiable)
LOCATION: Remote work with some travel (If approved)
APPLICATION COMPONENTS: General Application, Essay, Resume
or CV, 2 Letters of Recommendation
DUE DATE: April 9, 2021 at 11:59pm MST (Mail postmarked)
FOR MORE INFO & APPLICATION:
▪ Visit www.nafws.org
▪ Contact Ashley Carlisle, Education Coordinator
(EMAIL: acarlisle@nafws.org | PHONE: 303-466-1725 EXT 4)


2021 Education Internship Description
2021 CLEO Internship Application
2021 Internship Announcement Flyer

Modern Youth Apprenticeship Academies

  • Building & Construction Trades Academy
  • Communications, Design & Technology
  • Culinary & Nutrition Services Academy
  • Food Sovereignty & Agribusiness Academy
  • Health, Wellness, & Medical Technologies Academy
  • Natural Resources & Renewable Energy Academy

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Tribal
Education Agency:


tribaled@bluelakerancheria-nsn.gov


Alison Robbins
Executive Director
arobbins@
@bluelakerancheria-nsn.gov


Frederique Guezille
Clerk of the Board
tribaled@
bluelakerancheria-nsn.gov


TEL: 707.668.5101
FAX: 707.668.4272
EMAIL: info@
bluelakerancheria-nsn.gov

MAILING ADDRESS
(for U.S. Postal Service):

Blue Lake Rancheria
PO BOX 428
BLUE LAKE, CA 95525

OFFICE LOCATION &
PHYSICAL ADDRESS
(for FedEx, UPS):

Blue Lake Rancheria
428 CHARTIN ROAD
BLUE LAKE, CA 95525