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Friends of the Children is a nonprofit that is impacting generational change by giving children facing the most obstacles the ability to create a new story. We do this by providing the most vulnerable children with a long-term, salaried, professional mentor, who we call a “Friend,”
Every child, no matter who they are or where they live, has dreams of doing big things. They have unique talents, and they face obstacles—sometimes a lot more obstacles. Any child in any situation can succeed, even those facing the most obstacles. Our youth go on to become leaders in their communities and successful in their careers. This has ripple effects to their siblings, peers and neighbours, but also to their children, breaking the cycle of generational poverty.
Friends of the Children is growing rapidly as communities across the country are experiencing the power of how “One” changes a child’s story: One Child. One Friend. 12+ years, no matter what. #ThePowerOfOne
Are you the next one to join our growing network? We have openings for the following positions.
Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities
Conduct comprehensive evaluation of FPCC
September 28-30, 2022
As part of the regular accreditation cycle, Fort Peck Community College (FPCC) will undergo a site visit by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU – www.nwccu.org) on September 28-30, 2022. The visit is part of FPCC’s Year Seven Evaluation of Institutional Effectiveness and mission fulfillment. As of its most recent evaluation in 2021, FPCC is compliant with the Standards, Policies, and Eligibility Requirements of NWCCU.
During its visit, the evaluation team will review documents and meet with groups including students, faculty, staff, leadership and members of the FPCC Board of Directors.
The public is invited to submit written comments regarding FPCC’s qualifications for accreditation. The Commission office accepts third party comments up to thirty days before the start date of the evaluation visit electronically at: https://nwccu.org/member-institutions/upcoming-evaluations/ or at the mailing address below:
This announcement is being sent per requirements of NWCCU Policy A-5, Public Notification and Third Party Comments Regarding Year Seven Evaluations. More information can be found at the NWCCU website (full link: www.nwccu.org/tools-resources/institutions/forms-guidelines) or by contacting NWCCU.
8060 165th Avenue N.E.
Redmond, WA 98052
For more information, visit the NWCCU website: www.nwccu.org
Summer Field Internship – Paid, 10 week-full time, Field training, Research and More. Work will begin June 6th. If interested contact Darcee Belgarde at 406 768 6370 or Thomas Brown at 406 768 6300 Check it out!
Heart of the Rockies Initiative has announce a new job opening for a Rural Development Manager. Details
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