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Note: “Open Until Filled”
vacancies may close at any time.
The Tribe’s Indian Preference
policy will apply. Tribal government
will not discriminate in selection
because of race, creed, age, sex,
color, national origin, physical
handicap, marital status, politics,
membership or non-membership in
an employee organization.
CTSI constantly is looking
for temporary employees to cover
vacancy, maternity leave and
extended sick leave. If you are look-
ing for temporary work that can last
from 2-12 weeks, please submit an
application for the temp pool.
From Education Update, Oregon Depart-
ment of Education, December 2014
Students planning to attend college
next year and who are wondering how
to pay for their education can apply for a
scholarship administered by the Oregon
Office of Student Access and Completion
OSAC administers private scholar-
ship programs that cover a range of stu-
dent characteristics and interests, such as
high school attended, residency, college
major, career choice and more.
Funding for these scholarships comes
from individuals, employers, membership
organizations, professional associations
and foundations, such as the Oregon Com-
munity Foundation and the Ford Family
Oregon students also are encouraged
to complete and submit the Free Applica-
tion for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by
Jan. 31. This determines eligibility for
federal and state financial aid, including
the Oregon Opportunity Grant, the state’s
need-based student aid program.
The deadline to submit the OSAC
online scholarship application is March
Courtesy photos by Mandi Smith
Santa (Don Hamilton) enjoys
a few special moments at
the Community Christmas
Program in Siletz, including a
hug from Kendall Bell-Tellez.
Siletz Community Dental Clinic
Contact the Siletz Community
Dental Clinic if you experience den-
tal pain or a dental emergency. The
staff will do everything it can to see
you as soon as reasonably possible.
Morning check-in time is Mon-
day-Thursday from 8:30-9 a.m. and
Friday from 10-10:30 a.m. Afternoon
check-in time is Monday-Friday from
For more information about the Siletz Tribe, please visit ctsi.nsn.us.
Siletz Tribal Behavioral Health Programs
Community Efforts Demonstrating the Ability to Rebuild and Restore
Prevention, Outpatient Treatment, and Women’s and Men’s Transitional
We will utilize resources to prevent the use of alcohol and other drugs,
delinquency and violence; we will seek to reduce the barriers to treatment
and support those who choose abstinance.
Siletz: 800-600-5599 or
Narcotics Anonymous Toll-Free
Help Line – 877-233-4287
For information on Alcoholics
Siletz Community Health Clinic
Important information, deadlines for the college-bound Tribal senior
FAFSA forms can be submitted
Jan. 1. Do not delay – do this ASAP!
Complete scholarships that are due.
Check for Student Aid Report (SAR
on the FAFSA website several days
after filing out the FAFSA).
Request mid-year transcripts be sent
to colleges to which you have applied.
FAFSA deadline is
Jan. 31, 2015
Tribal members who plan to
apply for Tribal higher education
funds for the 2015-2016 academic
year must complete their FAFSA
(Free Application for Federal Stu-
dent Aid) application by Jan. 31,
2015, at fafsa.ed.gov.
OSAC). Early bird deadline is in
February for OSAC.
First semester grades and mid-year
reports are sent to some colleges.
Check your school counseling office
or ASPIRE center for scholarship
Check with colleges applied to for
verification they have received all nec-
essary documents. Continue to moni-
tor status of submitted applications.
Check to see if your mid-year tran-
scripts have been sent to the schools
to which you have applied.
Wrap up any scholarship applica-
tions, essays and activities chart (for
Request transcripts needed for OSAC
Send thank you notes to people who
have helped you.
Students who plan to apply for Tribal
assistance for college must apply
for FAFSA no later than Jan. 31 at
Check for three Tribal scholarships
Start working on Tribal higher educa-
tion or adult vocational training grant
application. This can be found on the
Tribe’s website and is due June 30.
Review the Student Aid Report
You should start receiving admission
Send thank you notes to people who
have helped you.
Make final decision about which
college or university you will attend.
If you decide to decline enrollment to a
college or university to which you have
been accepted, send notice indicating
this to the college’s admissions office.
This is the deadline for final decisions
Send letter of intent to registrar.
Line up a summer job.
Attend your Senior Awards Night.
Review any award letters and be sure
you understand the terms and condi-
tions that accompany each type of aid.
If necessary, arrange for housing and
a meal plan (at school).
Send thank you notes to any person/
committee from which you received
Tribal higher education and adult
vocational training applications are
due June 30!
Attend graduation – congratulations!
Arrange for your final grades to be
sent to colleges and universities.