Muckleshoot

Northwest Indian College is part of the Muckleshoot community. The College offers a variety of educational programs to meet the academic, vocational and cultural needs of the Muckleshoot people and community. The NWIC Extended Campus brings those programs conveniently into the community.

At NWIC at Muckleshoot, students are encouraged to develop themselves and discover ways to contribute to their communities and families. They learn ways to understand and support the goals of the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe, especially in the areas of self-governance, as well as social and economic well-being.

Sacred Little Ones program event brings tribal educators to Lummi

By Shelley Macy, NWIC Early Childhood Education Director

On June 7, Lummi elders and community leaders, along with the Northwest Indian College Early Childhood Wakanyeja Sacred Little Ones (WSLO) program, welcomed WSLO teams from the College of the Menominee Nation (CMN-Wisconsin), Ilisagvik College (IC-Alaska), and Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute (SIPI-New Mexico) to the annual WSLO convening at the Silver Reef Casino.

Fall Quarter Dates to Remember!

NWIC Fall 2012 Calendar

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