Winds of Change is the premier nationally distributed magazine published with a single-minded focus on career and educational advancement for American Indians and Alaska Natives, with an emphasis on STEM. Published quarterly by AISES, Winds of Change is now available in both print and digital editions. The digital version offers readers the option of accessing each entire issue of the magazine online at any time throughout the year. In addition to the quarterly magazine, Winds of Change releases an annual Special College Issue that features the Top 200 Colleges for Native Americans. The Special College Issue has come to be viewed as a crucial resource for students, counselors, and college recruiters alike. In addition to the digital edition of each issue of Winds of Change magazine, two popular digital guides, the Job Hunting Guide and the Professional and Academic Development Guide, are offered biannually.
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The Fall Conference Issue of Winds of Change is now arriving in mailboxes, with a preview of the National Conference, as well as profiles of AISES members, news from around the AISES family, and much more. This information-packed edition is also available digitally at aises.org on November 10th. Don’t miss the feature articles on STEM education, focusing on the challenges of engaging students and encouraging them to stick with their studies, and our look at the current state of tribal forests and traditional forestry. Coverage of the National Conference, coming up November 13–15 in Orlando, includes introductions to the exciting keynote speakers, Notah Begay III and John Herrington, and to incoming members of the AISES Board of Directors, as well as profiles of each winner of the prestigious 2014 Professional Awards.
Also available now, the online Fall Digital Issue is posted exclusively at aises.org. This special issue covers topics that are designed to support academic and professional development for those who are building a career, whether in school or in the workplace. Articles include a look at how mentoring can help everyone who participates in the relationship, how to use project management skills to advance objectives, steps to graduate school success, and finding funding for higher education. A list of scholarship, fellowship, and other resources is also included.
Help Shape Winds of Change: The Editorial Board of Winds of Change is extending an invitation to all members: students, professionals, and elders/retirees. If you are interested in being part of the discussions that help plan the content of your magazine, let us know. As current board members finish their terms, our goal is to maintain a strong board with a group that represents diversity in age and experience, along with commitment to the AISES mission. Board members serve a two-year term, with meetings two or three times a year via conference call. If you are interested, please email the Winds of Change editor, Karen English, at email@example.com.
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With a print distribution of more than 6,000, and an email distribution that exceeds 12,500 to students, professionals, supporters, universities, and commercial and government businesses, Winds of Change remains unsurpassed in its commitment and ability to reach a broad spectrum of rural and urban American Indians and Alaska Natives. Readers anticipate arrival of the magazine for career and educational opportunities, for inspiration and motivation, and for information about and for Native people and their careers.
Winds of Change is also a valuable recruitment tool for corporations, government agencies, tribal and non-tribal businesses, and colleges and universities across the U.S. The editorial focus of this dynamically redesigned magazine honors tradition while exploring topics in STEM fields as well as health, education, business, and culture.
- Showcase your school’s educational opportunities to college-bound Native American students
- Recruit top-tier Native American graduating students and corporate professionals to join your organization
- Gain exposure to STEM-oriented Native Americans and the people most influential in their academic and employment choices
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