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WaYS Winter 2024 mini camp

February 9-11, 2024 Nibezun, Passadumkeag, ME WaYS Winter Camp Flyer 2024 For more information, please visit https://www.wabanakiyouthinscience.org/camps/

WaYS Trail Crew

Interested in joining the WaYS’ AL Trail Crew? We’re hiring! Season begins June 19th and ends on August 31st. Reach out via email or check out our website for more information. Applications are open and are available on our website https://www.wabanakiyouthinscience.org/trail/ Or you can email for an application at waysaltrailcrew@gmail.com This will be an exciting […]

WaYS Spring 2023 mini camp

May 5-7, 2023 Nibezun, Passadumkeag, ME WaYS Spring Camp Flyer 2023 For more information, please visit https://www.wabanakiyouthinscience.org/camps/

NEW KINAP MENTORSHIP PROGRAM

Kinap participants act as peer mentors for other Native college students and provide outreach in their Wabanaki community. To learn more about this opportunity, please visit the flyer below. UMM Flyer – Kinap Mentorship. 

WaYS Fall Camp Flyer 2022

October 28-30, 2022 Nibezun, Passadumkeag, ME WaYS Fall Camp Flyer 2022 For more information, please visit https://www.wabanakiyouthinscience.org/camps/

University of Maine Wabanaki Center gift to benefit student success

An anonymous donor has made a $100,000 gift to create the Wabanaki Student Development and Success Fund at the University of Maine Foundation. The fund will assist Native American students pursuing University of Maine degrees “so that they can graduate as tomorrow’s leaders of their communities.”  Read More

Paid Mentorships & Internships for Students at UMaine and High School

Through a grant from the USDA, called New Beginning for Wabanaki Students (NBWS), the University of Maine Wabanaki Center and the Wabanaki Youth in Science (WaYS) program have funding to support mentorships and internships for Wabanaki students. There are two distinct programs. Kinap Mentorships are available to college-age students (upper level undergraduates or graduate students) […]

Paid Mentorships & Internships in Washington County

Through a grant from the USDA, called New Beginning for Wabanaki Students (NBWS), the University of Maine Wabanaki Center and the Wabanaki Youth in Science (WaYS) program have funding to support mentorships and internships for Wabanaki students enrolled at the University of Maine at Machias or living in Washington county. There are two distinct programs. […]

What Does Decolonizing Mean?

November 18th at 12:00 Virtual via Zoom, Free and Open to the Public https://maine.zoom.us/j/84810033811?pwd=MnNOYW9QTEZ4b0wrc3pSdzlsMktMUT09

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