Adult Education Program

Adult Education Training/477 Programs
The Pawnee Nation has integrated employment, training, and related services through Public Law 102-477 to serve the Native American population in our service area. All departments administered by the 477 staff target the economically disadvantage, unemployed, or under employed. Applicants must provide a picture photo  identification card, a social security card, a Certificate Degree of Indian Blood (CDIB) and proof of residence and income.

General Educational Development
Free General Educational Development (GED) classes are held Monday & Tuesday evenings – 6 pm to 8:30 pm. at the Albin Leading Fox Building at Pawnee Nation College. For more information, contact Bambi Vogele at  or call 918-269-5567. Click on this link for additional information.

Computer Learning Center and Library
The Tribally owned Computer Learning Center and Library is available to all program participants, Tribal employees and Tribal members during normal office hours. 

Employment Component

The "employment component" consists of services such as work experience and on the job training programs. Education participants often utilize the employment component for vocational programs, classes and courses. Opportunities include subsidized as well as unsubsidized employment. We offer resume writing, computer usage, job referral, and other employment related services. Click on this link for the application for the Employment and Training Application.

If you're interested in "regular" employment (not of E&T services) then please click on any of the following links for JOB ANNOUNCEMENTS. 

For more information: contact Employment and Training at 918.762.3227