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 Summer Issue of Winds of Change is now available both in print and digital editions with a look at the current STEM job market. While this coverage is especially relevant for our recent graduates, it has something for everyone interested in current career “hot spots.”
Our overview of 10 Top STEM Fields touches on each of the disciplines (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics). Because in this feature article we’ve focused on areas where prospects for dynamic career growth and skills enhancement are particularly robust, the information and ideas will also be useful to rising professionals actively growing their careers. We’ve even included some representative companies, government agencies, and organizations that recruit for positions in these fields — along with some actual current open positions — so the information can be a resource for where to look for jobs with growth potential.
College bound students considering a course of study in any of the individual fields described in this issue will also be interested in this article. Because it highlights selected schools with departments and majors that prepare students to become leaders in these fields, it’s a resource for where to look for a school.
As always, you can meet some of our members through the profiles in the AISES People section and find news of other members and chapters in AISES Notebook. There you’ll read about the results from the inaugural National American Indian Virtual Science and Engineering Fair (NAIVSEF) and the Leadership Summit, and have a chance to catch up on the milestones and achievements of other members, like the 80th birthday celebration for Dr. Henrietta Mann, Cheyenne and Arapaho, and the “hooding” of new PhD Joslynn Lee, Navajo, Acoma Pueblo, and Laguna Pueblo, by her mentor, Dr. Mary Jo Ondrechen, Mohawk, at the last spring’s graduation ceremony at Northeastern University in Boston.
Be on the lookout for the 2014 Special College Issue in September, featuring the annual list of the Top 200 Colleges for Native Americans and our Fall issue, due out in October, with the latest news of the 2014 National Conference in Orlando. In addition, our digital guide to Academic and Professional Development will also be posted in the fall.
Spread the word: Share news of a new degree, career milestone, or professional recognition with your AISES family. Have you published a paper or book — or know someone who has? Is your chapter planning something special? Please let Winds of Change know by emailing the 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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