Camp information for Chickasaw youth ages 14-21
Here is some information to share with your students.
It’s Chickasaw Nation Camp Application Season!
For Chickasaw students:
2019 Youth Camps, Clinics and Academies
The Chickasaw Nation is now accepting applications for 2019 youth camps, clinics and academies. A number of tribal divisions work together to offer a variety of educational and recreational activities for youth to explore new opportunities and learn new skills.
Application deadline is April 15, 2019.
Submitting an application does not guarantee selection to the camp. Applicants should be aware once acceptance to a youth services event has been determined, attendance is required.
Camp applications are available at www. Chickasaw.net/YouthCamps.
For more information, contact youth recreation at (580) 272-5716 or YouthCamps@Chickasaw.net.
Toksali SMART Applications Open
Toksali SMART Application Period Open Feb. 11-March 8
The Toksali SMART program is accepting online applications, Feb. 11-March 8.
Toksali SMART is a program that provides work experience opportunities for Chickasaw youth ages 14-21. Due to program restructuring, the Toksali SMART program has consolidated the areas where the program is offered. Offices are located in Ada, Ardmore, Purcell and Tishomingo. Sulphur residents will use the Tishomingo program office. Pauls Valley and Duncan residents will use the Purcell program office.
The program begins June 13 and ends Aug. 2. One-day onboarding events will take place May 20-June 1 for selected participants.
New this year, direct deposits and pay cards are required.
For more information, visit Chickasaw.net/ToksaliSMART or contact your designated Toksali SMART program office.
Ada Toksali SMART Office
Ardmore Toksali SMART Office
Purcell Toksali SMART Office
Tishomingo Toksali SMART Office
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OSU to host National American Indian Science and Engineering Fair
STILLWATER, Okla. (Feb. 13, 2018) — The National American Indian Science and Engineering Fair is getting a physical location at Oklahoma State University in April.
The fair will be April 6 at the Wes Watkins Center in Stillwater. The onsite fair will add to the participating students’ experience while still offering virtual participation for students in remote locations. The OSU location will also offer space for students to engage with American Indian culture, interact with STEM professionals, mentors and peers, and tour STEM facilities on campus.
The onsite fair at OSU is limited to only 200 participants. The deadline to register is Feb. 23, with a deadline for abstract submissions on March 1. Learn more and register at fairs.aises.org/naivsef.
The event is a pre-college program of the American Indian Science and Engineering Society, where American Indian students in fifth through 12th grades present science and engineering research. Senior division participants — ninth through 12th grades — could win free trips to the International Science and Engineering Fair in May in Phoenix, with travel and registration paid by the society. The fair supports American Indian students in discovering, pursuing and sustaining interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
The Chickasaw Nation