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Wednesday, 29 June 2011 09:07

Direct Employment

The Comanche Nation Direct Employment Program is designed to provide assistance to enrolled tribal members who seek and obtain full-time / permanent employment. The client cannot have received a first paycheck or been approved within the past three years. The DE Program will assist the head of household with subsistence for career employment.

Published in Higher Education
Wednesday, 29 June 2011 09:06

GED Prep Course

GED is one segment of the Adult Education Program. The students attend classes on a daily basis to obtain the skills needed to pass the GED test as well as improve their basic educational skills. An Oklahoma State Certified Instructor works with the students in a classroom setting.

Published in Higher Education
Wednesday, 29 June 2011 09:04

Job Placement (JPT) Program

The Adult Vocational Training Program is designed to assist eligible tribal members attending long-term/full-time training in programs offered by state vocational schools approved by the tribal/federal contract. The AVT Program offers financial assistance & vocational counseling for a school period of at lease nine (9) months, not to exceed twenty-four (24) months.

Published in Higher Education
Wednesday, 29 June 2011 09:03

College Scholarship Program

The Comanche Nation Scholarship Program provides grants to Comanche students who are attending post secondary institutions/colleges/universities and who are pursuing a Bachelors / Masters / Doctorate Degree or are in a two year program which will transfer to a four year program. In order to qualify for the award, a student must be an enrolled member of the Comanche Nation; be a high school graduate or possess a GED Certificate; be approved for admissions by the college; be in need of financial aid; and give reasonable assurance they will be successful in completing a four year college degree program.

Deadlines for College
Fall Semester ~ June 1st
Spring Semester ~ October 1st
Summer Semester ~ April 1st
Published in Higher Education