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Native communities should avoid the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine for now

The study results for the third COVID-19 vaccine, a single-dose vaccine from Johnson & Johnson was good news for nearly everyone—but not for American Indians, nor Alaska Natives. The results are conclusive for lack of protection by 28 days after a dose for these two groups, who should avoid this vaccine for now and stick to the other two-dose (first and booster) vaccines....

 

MANAGEMENT OPPORTUNITIES FRONT END MANAGER (RED LAKE TRADING POST) AND CO-MANAGER FOR SUBWAY

Both management positions require drivers license, passed drug screening, high school diploma, previous management experience, and availability to work any shift needed. The Front End Manager duties include daily management of cashiers and courtesy staff, training staff, cash management, customer service development, computer...

 

Roundtable in "The Next Minnesota Economy" Series Focuses on Getting Unemployed Minnesotans Ready for In-Demand Careers

St. Paul - Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) Commissioner Steve Grove and Office of Higher Education (OHE) Commissioner Dennis Olson engaged in a dynamic discussion about training Minnesotans for in-demand careers with representatives from health care, manufacturing, technology, workforce development boards, unions and higher education on...

 

YMCA of the North Launches Final Phase of Forward for All Campaign

Minneapolis, MN — The YMCA of the North, a leading nonprofit dedicated to strengthening communities through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility, today announced the launch of the final phase in its $225 million Forward for All campaign to strengthen people, places and programs. “Four years ago, we listened to our communities, they told us what they...

 

Chickasaw Nation celebrates Women's History Month

In observance of Women's History Month, the Chickasaw Nation is celebrating and sharing the stories of dynamic Chickasaw women who have made history and are blazing a trail forward. It is a time nationally dedicated to the study, observance and celebration of the vital role of women in American history, a time to share their sto...

 
 Events   

Virtual job fair! - Tuesday March 16th

Virtual job fair! - Tuesday March 16th 1:00-2:30 PM via Zoom Registration: bit.ly/Virtualhumanservicescareerfair...

 

No school on Friday, March 12 – This means that March 11 will be a distance learning day for all students.

No school on Friday, March 12 – This means that March 11 will be a distance learning day for all students. No students will be on-site. On March 10, on-site students will be sent home with their meals for March 11. Student work and meals will be delivered for distance learners on March 11....

 

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