Smoke signals. (Grand Ronde, Or.) 19??-current, October 01, 2013, Page 15, Image 15

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    Smoke Signals 15
OCTOBER 1,2013
Your future is calling. With the GED test you can answer the call.
The current version of the GED test is expiring at the end of 2013
and your scores will expire too if you don't finish and pass the GED
test by then. If you act now, you won't have to re-take the parts of the
GED test you've already passed. Because you've already started the
GED test you're almost there.
Don't feel prepared to finish the GED test? Don't worry help is
available! Even with your busy schedule, you can prepare, plan and suc
ceed. Call Trinity at 503-879-2282 or 1-800-422-0232, ext. 2282. B
Workshop facilitators for Micro
Enterprise Business Classes wanted
MERIT is a microenterprise program which provides business training and
one-on-one business counseling to residents of Marion, Polk and Yamhill coun
ties who are in the process of starting their own businesses.
A Microenterprise is defined as a very small (or micro-) business, having
fewer than five employees (usually a single self-employed person or family),
minimal capital needs, and whose owner has some social, cultural, economic
or physical barrier to overcome that prevents access to traditional business
training and counseling resources.
We are looking for individuals who possess the best practices in workshop
facilitation, instruction and classroom management to facilitate discussion
and student information exchange on the topic of business development.
Our goal is to create a safe, interactive, non-critical learning environment
that encourages self-reflection and learning. We are looking for individuals
who will build trust with each student to ensure they become completely
engaged in the course to the best of their "ability.
Application Instructions: Please send your resume and a bib to the MERIT
Program manager Mona Edwards at medwar44chemeketa.edu. .- ,
Testing and admissions fee assistance
Enrolled Tribal members can request assistance with test fees (i.e. GRE,
SAT, LSAT, ACT) and admissions application fees. Contact Higher Education
for more information at 1-800-422-0232, ext. 2275.
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Looking for scholarships?
There are numerous scholarship opportunities offered for students to ap
ply to each year. The majority of scholarships for fall termsemester are due
between January and April of each year. Don't miss your chance to apply for
FREE money for college! The Tribal Higher Education programs are here to
assist you in your application process.
You can also utilize a scholarship search engine to help you locate scholar
ships. If you use a scholarship search site, be sure to read the privacy policy
to ensure you are using a site that will not sell your contact information. A
recommended search site to use is www.kaarme.com.
LIBRARY HOURS:
Monday - Friday: 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
(closed Monday - Friday: noon - 1 p.m.)
Saturday: 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
New Library Program: The following program will be offered
monthly through December.
Native American Movie Night: First Thursday of the month at
6 p.m. (Youth under 13 must be accompanied by parents). Limited
seating
Oct. 3: "A Thief of Time," based on Tony Hillerman's book.
Nov. 7: "Smoke Signals," authored by Sherman Alexie.
Dec. 5: "Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee," based on the Dee
Brown book.
Reminder: The Tribal Library is a CCRLS Circulation Site:
Use your Chemeketa Cooperative Regional Library Services library
card to do electronic -holds on resources in the 18 partner libraries
and items will be couriered here for check out and can be checked
back in here, too.
Reminder: Inter-Library Loan services: The Tribal Library
partners with Oregon State Library to offer "library to library" inter-library
loan services. By completing the inter-library loan form
library patrons may request items from the Oregon State Library
collection. OSL lending policies apply for return of items.
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