Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month
“In 1978, a joint congressional resolution established Asian/Pacific American Heritage Week. The first 10 days of May were chosen to coincide with two important milestones in Asian/Pacific American history: the arrival in the United States of the first Japanese immigrants (May 7, 1843) and contributions of Chinese workers to the building of the transcontinental railroad, completed May 10, 1869. In 1992, Congress expanded the observance to a monthlong celebration that is now known as Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.” – United States Census Bureau
Job Postings and Training Opportunities
Evaluator | Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council | Lac du Flambeau, WI The Program Evaluator functions independently with limited supervision, initiating projects on their own and has the ability to pull and interpret data summaries and reports to tell the story of why the data is important and makes recommendations based on data. The Evaluator works on multiple projects in collaboration with GLITEC staff.
Senior Epidemiologist III | Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council | Minneapolis, MN
The Senior Epidemiologist, Tier III serves as head of a major epidemiology program unit within the Epidemiology Center. Primary responsibilities include overall project management and supervision of specific programs and assigned staff. Performing supervisory and advanced professional analytical work in surveillance, detection, and prevention of diseases and injuries; provide technical assistance to Bemidji Area communities; support evaluation activities of partners; and oversee and perform advanced or specialized professional work.
Public Health Specialist | Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council | Lac du Flambeau, WI
The Public Health Specialist provides technical assistance, expertise, and consultation on issues of public health, health communication, health intervention strategies, and carry out research and other projects to identify, define, and prevent disability, morbidity, and mortality associated with disease, injury, and related health issues.
Epidemiologist I or II | Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council | Lac du Flambeau, WI The Epidemiologist I will serve as an entry-level epidemiologist responsible for carrying out a range of investigative and analytical epidemiologic activities related to the surveillance, detection and prevention of diseases and injuries. The Epidemiologist II will serve as an intermediate level epidemiologist responsible for carrying out a broad and complex range of investigative and analytical epidemiologic activities related to the surveillance, detection and prevention of diseases and injuries.