YIPA offers free job postings to our membership agencies.  We hope to facilitate the best person for the each job.  Be sure to check back from time to time to see what opportunities are available.  If you have a job to post be sure to contact YIPA's Director of Services, Paul Meunier at 763-434-4190 or email your listing (preferred) to

Ain Dah Yung (Our Home) Center - Street Outreach Worker

The Street Outreach Worker will work in conjunction with the collaborative—
“StreetWorks,” through conducting street-based outreach in Ramsey County to homeless youth. Focus will be on building strong networks within St. Paul Indian Education, the schools that they partner with, and the various school administrations. This position will be responsible for developing and implementing a “collaborative program plan” and establishing a resource guide for teachers and social workers. Street outreach shifts will include some late nights and weekends.

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Minneapolis American Indian Center - Youth Activity Coordinator Assistant

Work as a member of the Ginew/Golden Eagle Program team to research, plan and carryout a wide variety of activities to achieve the program mission and goals. This includes attending planning meetings and contributing ideas, implementing Golden Eagle Curriculum, contacting community resources, helping plan special events, and get to know and care for the children in the program in order to make a difference in their lives.

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Northeast Youth & Family Services - Information Specialist
The Information Specialist is responsible for coordinating the use and exchange of data with NYFS programs through multiple database systems. It is expected that they will ensure accuracy of data, develop data standards, and integrity. In addition this position will perform some online marketing duties and website management using CMS (Content Management Systems) and other online tools.

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AmeriCorps Promise Fellow at the Minneapolis American Indian Center
Position Overview: The Ginew/Golden Eagle Program is a year-round after school and summer program serving Native American youth ages 5-18. Located at the Minneapolis American Indian Center the program follows a 23-unit, culturally specific curriculum. The curriculum is designed to highlight and enhance the resiliency of Native American youth. The mission of the Ginew/Golden Eagle Program is to help Native American youth develop and strengthen life skills that will give them the knowledge to make healthy choices. Through the Minnesota Alliance with Youth the AmeriCorps Promise Fellow focuses on educational equity and the achievement gap by delivering the Five Promises of America’s Promise to schools and community organizations.

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