MTCC AmeriCorps College Coach - Aaniiih Nakoda College

Montana Campus Compact

About the organization

Montana Campus Compact advances the public purposes of colleges and universities by deepening their ability to improve community life and to educate students for civic and social responsibility. Our organization is an independent affiliate of Campus Compact, a national coalition of college and university presidents dedicated to promoting civic and community engagement, public service, and service-learning in higher education. Our current membership includes Montana's two-year, four-year, public, private, tribal, and community colleges and universities, as well as a network office located in Missoula, hosted by the University of Montana. MTCC hosts an AmeriCorps program (College Coaches) and an AmeriCorps VISTA program that support its mission and work.


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The AmeriCorps College Coach will support ANC's Student Support Services department with financial literacy, academic mentoring, social-emotional skill development, food and basic needs supports, and civic engagement opportunities, with an emphasis on retention, recruitment, and financial literacy. The member will support curriculum and program development to expand ANC's capacity to support the success and persistence of college students. The member will plan campus events, high school visits, and develop literature or presentations about the college. The ANC Student Support Services Project has been funded by the U.S. Department of Education. The Student Support Services Project is designed to assist in preparing qualifying students for college. This project will be an integral part in retaining, graduating, and transferring low-income, first-generation, and/or disabled students at ANC. To learn more about this position, visit


Aaniiih Nakoda College is an accredited two-year tribal institution offering academic programs, student services, and a variety of grant-sponsored programs. The mission of Aaniiih Nakoda College is to provide quality post-secondary education for residents of the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation and surrounding communities. The college promotes individual and community development by maintaining and revitalizing the Indigenous lifeways of the Aaniinen and Nakoda Tribes and by preparing students to succeed in an American technological society. To learn more about this service site, visit



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