Employment \\ Native American Fellowship Program
2020 application period is now closed. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to our recruitment list.
I was welcomed as a team member, not just somebody spending 10 weeks here.
- Gena Peone (Spokane/Colville), Summer Fellow 2017
Once Fellows are selected and matched to available projects and mentor-supervisors at PEM, two online orientations prior to their arrival in Salem, and intensive first-week onboarding once they arrive, connects them to program staff, their PEM department supervisors, and to one another.
Weekly intensive workshops with innovative professionals, supplemental off-site field trips, and other scheduled museum events give Fellows a place to be inspired, seek insights, and add their voices to the professional conversation.
Kevin Brown (Navajo, 2014 NAF) shares his point of view with PEM staff.
Receive Mentorship Support
Great conversations and long-lasting relationships only occur in supportive environments. We provide Fellows ongoing support and training before, during, and after the experience through initial orientations, regular communication, goal setting consultations, and mentor-style check-ins.
(l to r) Alex Nahwegahbow (Anishinaabe/Kanien'kehá:ka, 2014 NAF), Karen Kramer, NAF Program Director & Curator or Native American and Oceanic Art, Ashley Tsosie-Mahieu (Navajo, 2014 NAF).