American Indian Studies Summer Institute is July 30-August 3 in Black River Falls

The 22nd Annual Wisconsin American Indian Studies Summer Institute is July 30 – August 3, 2018, in Black River Falls. The institute ​is ​an ​active, ​highly ​participatory, ​week-long ​workshop ​designed ​to ​increase ​participants’ ​understanding ​of ​issues ​related ​to ​the ​history, ​culture, ​and ​tribal ​sovereignty ​of ​the ​American ​Indian ​nations ​and ​tribal ​communities ​in ​Wisconsin. ​ ​ 

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Social and Emotional Learning Conference is June 21

The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction Student Services/Prevention and Wellness Team invites a wide range of stakeholders to the Creating Safe and Supportive School Communities Summer Institute: Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) on June 21, 2018.

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Great World Texts program seeks teacher participants

Great World Texts – an interdisciplinary humanities program that connects high school teachers and students across the state with faculty and staff at UW-Madison in the study of world literature – is seeking participants. The 2018-2019 program is organized around Caribbean-American writer Jamaica Kincaid and her work of non-fiction A Small Place. GWT is seeking teachers from all schools and disciplines, and especially encourages interdisciplinary teaching teams to sign up.

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Summerfest hiring for 2018 festival

Summerfest is now hiring for the 2018 festival. Open positions include beverage operations, grounds operations, admission, security, and more. Apply right on the Summerfest Jobs website at jobs.summerfest.com.

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