The American Indian Family Center (AIFC) is a non-profit organization established under the St. Paul Ramsey County Children’s Initiative in 1996. Its mission is to provide programs and services enriched with American Indian values and culture to American Indian individuals and families residing in St. Paul. The Medicine Wheel is at the core of all AIFC services. AIFC is looking for a graduate assistant to help review the previous research project (which will provide a framework from which to work on), research how AIFC utilizes the Medicine Wheel and how its data is being managed and provide recommendations on how to adapt to more effectively manage its services and data to meet the needs of AIFC using the Medicine Wheel. The student may also connect with other American Indian and non-American Indian organizations to learn what is similar and different about the way they manage data and develop organizing strategies that incorporate the Medicine Wheel. The results will be compiled into a report that will help benefit everyone served by the AIFC.
Conducted on behalf of the American Indian Family Center. Supported by the Kris Nelson Community-Based Research Program, a program of the Center for Urban and Regional Affairs (CURA) at the University of Minnesota.
American Indian Family Center Needs Assessment Report.
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