Now Accepting Applications for Summer Internship Program 2014

The Snoqualmie Indian Tribe's Education Department is excited to get started with the 2014 Snoqualmie Tribe High School Summer Internship this July 14th. The internship is open to biological children of enrolled Snoqualmie Tribal Members. Students enrolled in grades 10 through 12 or those who just graduated in 2014 can apply at:

Please note the deadline to apply is July 17th. 


Internship Description

High School Student Summer Internship (Open to Snoqualmie Tribal member or biological Child of enrolled member)

Seeking motivated Snoqualmie Tribal high school students to participate in an 7 week summer internship program. Interns will learn, participate, contribute and engage in the many functions of Tribal administration and the programs and events organized by the Tribe. They will gain insight on Tribal governance, develop work related skills, and assist Tribal departments with projects and events.


The Internship includes the following essential duties and responsibilities:
• Participate in Tribal Governance activities, including but not limited to, observing committee meetings, department meetings, and council meetings, when appropriate, upon the request of supervisor.
• Participate in workforce development and career related trainings, including but not limited to, resume writing, interviewing, career research, and interest exploration.
• Assist various departments with project work as assigned by supervisor.
• Keep a detailed daily professional journal, including knowledge gained and information gathered. .
• Must be available to help at the back-to-school dinners, August 6 from 1pm to 9pm
• Participate in weekly check-ins and debriefs.
• Complete final self-evaluation and pilot program evaluation.
• Other duties as assigned.
• The above statements reflect the general duties considered necessary to describe the principal functions of the job as identified and shall not be considered a detailed description of all the work requirements that may be inherent in the job.


• Candidate must be a Tribal member on the 2004 base rolls, or 2010 or 2012 voters lists or the biological child of an individual on the 2004 base rolls, or 2010 or 2012 voters lists
• Candidate must be entering the 10th grade for the 2014-2015 Academic year
• Candidate must be enrolled in high school or have just completed senior year of high school.

Demonstrated ability to be flexible with sudden schedule changes.
Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with others in spoken word.
Demonstrated ability to work effectively with people regardless of their age, gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, or job type.