Student Internship and Job Opportunities
Space is limited – apply early. Program is closed when all positions are filled.
Diné College has developed a model program for training students in public health prevention research. Diné College believes that Native American students are more likely to develop an interest in prevention research if those interests are nurtured in a culturally supportive atmosphere.
The intent of the research training program is twofold:
- To provide health-related research training and research experiences to Native American students, and
- To provide students with a firm grasp of the health and living concepts embedded in traditional Native American life, how they relate to those taught in western academia
Neilroy Singer at 505-368-3554 (Shiprock Site) or Dr. Donald Robinson at 928-724-6719 (Tsaile Site).
Dine Environmental Institute & Outreach
The increased awareness of the science, math, environmental and technological fields of profession are a primary goal for DEI. With research-based learning and a focus on curriculum development, we aim toward a progressive system of student learning, adhering to the college mission so each student will develop into a determined, self-reliant student in the science, math, environmental and technological fields.
Students majoring in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics.
We’ve been contacted by some students who are overwhelmed by the number of programs available (a good problem to have!) and so, we have developed a quick video tutorial demonstrating how to use our advanced search page to narrow search results. We hope you will share it with any students who could benefit:
The Undergraduate Readying for Burgeoning Research for American Indian Neuroscientists (URBRAIN) is a culturally aware and community oriented collaborative partnership between Diné College, the Center for Innovation in Brain Science at the University of Arizona, the Biomedical Learning and Student Training program at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, and the National Institutes of Health. We are funded under the training grant R25-NS107185.