Navajo Nation Washington Office
The Navajo Nation Washington Office (NNWO) works as an extension of the Navajo Nation Office of the President and Vice President. NNWO represents the Navajo people by working with the White House, Congress, and federal agencies to develop federal laws, policies, executive orders, and practices that reinforce the federal trust responsibility, respect tribal sovereignty, and achieve the priorities of the Navajo Nation.
Our Internship provides students with a transformative opportunity to contribute meaningfully to Native American governance. Interns will gain valuable insights into the intricate government-to-government relationship between the Navajo Nation and the United States by actively contributing to initiatives that bolster Navajo Nation’s sovereign rights. Ultimately, the NNWO Internship empowers students to become advocates for positive change in Native American communities.
The internship will span a total of nine weeks. It is scheduled to begin June 2nd and end on August 3rd. The Navajo Nation gives preference to eligible and qualified applicants in accordance with the Navajo preference in Employment Act and Veterans preference.
Join us for a Zoom Q&A Session on Tuesday, February 27th, 2024 at 3 PM ET, sign up below!
If you have any questions or concerns during the process, please reach out to our internship supervisor, Marlena Forster-Mason at (202) 847-4805 or at email@example.com.
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