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Job Announcement: Pukúu is Hiring Case Manager I

CASE MANAGER I JOB DESCRIPTION Job Title: Case Manager I Reports to: Executive Director, Operations Manager, and Program Coordinator Compensation: $16.85 to $21.63 Hourly Job Type: Hourly Non-Exempt, in-person Schedule: Full Time Responsibilities and Duties: Pukúu Cultural Community Services seeks a Case Manager I that desires growth working with small…...

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Job Announcement: Pukúu is Hiring Bookkeeper

BOOKKEEPER/ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT JOB DESCRIPTION Job Title: Bookkeeper/Administrative Assistant Reports to: Executive Director Compensation: $19.00 per hour, negotiable based on experience Job Type: Hourly Non-Exempt, in-person Schedule: 20-40 hours per week: 8:30am-5:00pm, somewhat flexible / negotiable based on business fit Responsibilities and Duties: Pukúu Cultural Community Services seeks a Bookkeeper that…...

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New Executive Director

Eric Sanchez is both Navajo and Mexican and hails from Long Beach, California. Eric’s clans are Kinyaa’aanii and Nakai Dine, while his father is Tejano from San Antonio, Texas. Eric believes strongly in honoring all sides of his heritage.  Eric has worked as a Partnership Specialist with the United States…...

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2017 Scholarship Awardees

Pukúu Cultural Community Services is pleased and honored to announce the 2017 awardees for the Tomiar Rudy Ortega, Sr. Scholarship and the Caitlin Gulley Memorial Scholarship...

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Caitlin Gulley Memorial Scholarship

Special Announcement of the Establishment of a Cultural Resources Scholarship for Students in California Pukúu Cultural Community Services (Pukúu) and the Fernandeño Tataviam Band of Mission Indians (the Tribe) and are grateful to announce that FivePoint™ has made a generous contribution of $5,000 as initial funding to establish a new…...

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Reconstructing The Haramokngna American Indian Cultural Center

Angeles National Forest, CA– Rudy Ortega Jr. along with the Tataviam Senior Program (Rudy Ortega Sr. Park staff), Haramokngna staff, and volunteers have began a reconstruction phase, an extensive plan envisioned since the centers opening in 1997. Haramokngna– Los Angeles County’s only Native American owned and operated cultural center serves as a learning facility to the…...

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Winter Social Gathering Recap

ON SUNDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2015 the Fernandeño Tataviam Band of Mission Indians and Pukúu co-sponsored the annual Winter Social Gathering at Las Palmas Park for over 150 attendees....

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Night with the Stars

Seventh Annual Scholarship Gala2011...

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Music LA Classes

Pukúu Cultural Community Services was funded the American Indian Heritage Month grant by the Los Angeles City Department of Cultural Affairs (“DCA”) to offer Music LA classes at Rudy Ortega Sr. Park in San Fernando. Pukúu partner with California Simunu Drummers & Singers to provide two sessions of music and…...

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Chief Little Bear Indian Youth Scholarship 2010

Chief Little Bear Youth Scholarship provides up to $1,000 for the 2010-2011 Academic years and was established to assist California Indian students with the pursuit of their education....

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