Office Description:

The Center for Native American Youth (CNAY) at the Aspen Institute is a national education and advocacy organization that works alongside Native youth—ages 24 and under—on reservations, in rural villages and urban spaces across the country to improve their health, safety, and overall well- being. All Native youth deserve to lead full and healthy lives, have equal access to opportunity, draw strength from Native culture, and inspire one another. At CNAY, this is achieved through empowerment and culturally-competent methodologies that include leadership, youth-led policy agenda, and youth-led narrative

Potential Projects:

Support program staff on initiatives including youth leadership, narrative change and civic engagement.

Desired Skills:

Fellows should be resourceful, passionate, and have a strong desire to support Indigenous youth.

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