The Northwest Native American Center of Excellence (NNACOE)at Oregon Health & Science University will comprehensively and sustainably address the health care needs of all people by increasing Native American voice in the U.S. health professions workforce.
Assist with monitoring and coordinating social media outlets for the I-LEAD program
Other special projects as assigned by the NNACOE Director and staff
Occasional travel may be required as well as some evening and weekend work
Enrolled in or on vacation from or is otherwise registered in high school or college (undergraduate minimum 6 credit hours; graduate minimum 4.5 credit hours)
Knowledge and experience working with American Indian and/or Alaska Native organizations and communities
Proficiency in communications via social media outlets (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, etc.)
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