Peoria Tribal Annual Stomp Dance


Intertribal Agriculture Council Internship Opportunities


2020 Internship Opportunities

The IAC is recruiting innovative, collaborative, and focused high school and early college-aged youth that are passionate about promoting the regeneration of natural resources within their communities. IAC will be offering up to 10 Tribal Land Steward Intern positions to American Indian youth across the country. It is the goal of IAC to keep these interns rooted in their home communities for a full summer of work embracing their interests in natural
resources through a dynamic partnership with the NRCS.

Selected interns will engage in an 8-10 week paid internship between May and September 2020. This is a paid internship position and will be compensated at an hourly rate of $12.50, not to exceed more than 40 hours per week. Each intern will experience a tailored learning plan to enhance their knowledge of natural resource management in Indian Country, exploring their strengths and improving their weaknesses. Additional support for traveling to and from the work site may be available.

IAC has designed these internships to not only educate youth on NRCS employment opportunities but to also support their ability to collaborate with local stakeholders involved in managing Indian Country’s natural resources. Throughout the summer, these interns will gain an in-depth perspective and innovative understanding of how to effectively inspire conservation on the landscape. Internships will be designed to fit within the youth’s
community and embrace their passions through a detailed, individualized learning opportunity.

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Peoria Scholarship Deadline January 7th

**Attention Peoria Tribe Students**
Peoria scholarship applications/ renewals are due by January 7th!

Renewal forms were mailed out in November for Spring 2020. If you did not receive a renewal form and plan to attend college in Spring 2020, please click the appropriate link below for the renewal form.

If you are a new student planning to attend college in Spring 2020, the link for that application is below as well.

Undergraduate Scholarship Application { New-Undergraduate Student }

Graduate Scholarship Application { New-Graduate Student }

Undergraduate Scholarship Renewal Application { Spring 2020 Semester Renewal }

Graduate Renewal Application { Spring 2020 Semester Renewal }

If you have any questions or need help completing your renewal/application packet, please, contact Lacie Hickey:; 918.540.2535

***The Peoria Tribe Scholarship is for Peoria Tribe members only***

Thank you to all who attended the 2019 Peoria Children’s Christmas Party and the events hosted by the CCDF program! The Peoria Showplace was transformed into a magical winter wonderland! If you missed the events we hope to see you at Christmas 2020 “celebrations” we have planned.



The OU School of Dance is needing your help with promoting the Five Moons Dance Festival, a ballet dance festival commemorating the lives and accomplishments of 5 Native American ballerinas who worked their way onto the world stage. If you have a moment to complete the survey about attendance and other logistics for the event at the link below to help out the OU School of Dance.


As part of Native American Heritage Month, the Peoria Tribe Cultural Department recently attended an event at Allen Bowden Elementary school in Tulsa, Ok.  The Cultural Department was able to take a variety of participants (men, women, children) and demonstrated various dances and provide information on the dances presented and the regalia.

Thank you to the cultural department: Logan Pappenfort & Karen Stand; the Singers: John David Ballard & Geoff Tyner; the dancers: Halima, Aysa, & Ayva Al-Qahtani, Aidyn & Austyn Harry, Joe Ellis, Jacob Lux, Margaret, Elan, & Eniyah Hicks, Jeremiah Jim, and Legend Blalock for being a part of this event.


It’s time to register for the Peoria Tribe Children’s Christmas Party!!

Click here for the Children’s Christmas Party registration form!

Deadline extended to November 8th!

If you have any questions, please contact Lacie Hickey at the administration office –
918.540.2535 OR

American Indian STEM and Business Day



Scholarship opportunity from The Gates Scholarship

Eligibility requirements:
• A high school senior
• From at least one of the following ethnicities: African American, American Indian/Alaska Native*, Asian/Pacific Islander American, and/or Hispanic American
• Pell-eligible
• A US citizen, national, or permanent resident
• A minimum cumulative weighted GPA of 3.3 on a 4.0 scale
Additionally, a student must plan to enroll full-time, in a four-year degree program, at a US, accredited, not-for-profit, private or public college or university.

*For American Indian/Alaska Native, proof of tribal enrollment will be required.

An ideal candidate will also have:
• An outstanding high school academic record (e.g., be in the top 10 percent of his/her graduating class)
• Demonstrated leadership ability (e.g., as shown through participation in community service, and extracurricular, or other activities)
• Exceptional personal success skills (e.g., emotional maturity, motivation, perseverance, etc.)
For additional information, please visit our website and watch the video below.