MIWRC Open Positions
The ICWA Kinship Worker will identify and assist extended family and community members wishing to serve as foster families for Native American children in need of out-of-home placement in meeting the requirements for licensure, and providing ongoing support for foster families and children during placement. See description. Download PDF description.
The Safe Harbor Youth Worker will provide intervention and support for sexually exploited youth and youth at high risk for sexual exploitation, with an emphasis on outreach to Native American girls and Two Spirit youth aged 12 to 24. See description. Download PDF description.
The Minnesota Indian Women’s Resource Center is a multi-service non-profit serving American Indian women and families with holistic, culturally-based programs and services. The Family Housing Worker will provide assistance to qualifying American Indian families in Hennepin County to obtain and maintain stable, permanent affordable housing. See description. Download PDF description.
HOW TO APPLY: Send resume, cover letter to
or mail both to:
Minnesota Indian Women's Resource Center
2300 15th Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55404
MIWRC is an Equal Opportunity Employer