8/3/2015

Gift Shop Attendant Job Opening

 

 

Job Opening

 

Place:
Northern California Indian Development Council—Eureka Office

Position:
Gift Shop Attendant (Part-time)

Description:
Gift shop attendant will be provided basic training in sales, merchandising, display creation, customer service, online sales, purchasing and receiving.

Wage:
$9.00 an hour

Qualifications:

·      Highly motivated

·      Great people skills

·      Flexible schedule and must be able to work Saturdays

This is a training position and applicant must be deemed eligible under the WIOA (Workforce Investment Opportunities Act) before applying.  Need to be of Tribal or Native American descent.

Please call to schedule an appointment with: Dawn Woodman (707) 445-8451

 

inside of american indian art and gift shop

8/1/2015

Arts Alive Featured Artist Ellen Poitras

Press Release

August 2015 Arts Alive! Old Town, Eureka


Featured Artist: Ellen Poitras

Eureka, CA July 13, 2015: The American Indian Art & Gift Shop’s August 2015 featured artist will be Ellen Poitras. Ellen is of Lakota and Chippewa descent. Ellen is a maker of Native American style beadwork, jewelry and fiber arts.

The NCIDC American Indian Art & Gift Shop is an American Indian Art and Craft Board certified shop. This certification means we guarantee every handmade item as crafted by a Native American artisan. Stop on by and enjoy our unique selection of authentic Native American items.

 

We will be open until 9 p.m. on August 1st during Arts Alive. Refreshments will be offered and we hope you stop by our new location at: 517 5th Street.

6/6/2015

PRESS RELEASE—Arts Alive

Press Release

Arts Alive


Featured Artist:
Pauli Carroll

Eureka, CA June 6, 2015:  This month, the American Indian Art & Gift Shop featured artist will be Pauli Carroll.  Pauli is a Yurok tribal member, and is also a Hupa and Cherokee descendent.  One of her mediums of work is glass. She will be showing her beautiful glass plates, beads and jewelry in our shop during this upcoming June Arts Alive. 

You can see some examples of her artwork by visiting her Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/pauli.carroll

The NCIDC American Indian Art & Gift Shop is an American Indian Art and Craft Board certified shop. This certification means we guarantee every handmade item as crafted by a Native American artisan.  Whether you’re drawn to the beauty of turquoise and silver jewelry, the earth tone colors of Indian pottery, or the unique local basketry and local jewelry featuring pine nuts, abalone, bear grass and other local materials, the NCIDC American Indian Art & Gift shop can help you find what you want.

We will be open until 9pm on June 6th, during Arts Alive.  Refreshments will be offered, and we hope you stop by our new location at 517 5th Street and say hello!

6/13/2015

Public Hearing, NCIDC's CSBG Community Action Plan (CAP)


Public Hearing poster

 

PUBLIC HEARING

For the
Northern California
Indian Development Council’s

Community Service Block Grant
Community Action Plan (CAP)

Saturday, June 13, 2015, 1:00 p.m.
517 5th Street, Eureka, CA 95501

Copies of the plan will be available
May 28, 2015 at all NCIDC offices

For more information
please call (707) 445-8451

C.S.B.G. logo

RFP # 2014 - 01

Carson Block Building
Located in Eureka, CA

RFP # 2014 - 01

Date of Issue: June 30, 2014
Proposal Due Date: July 18, 2014

Public Opening of Proposals: July 22, 2014 at 3:00 pm at
NCIDC
241 F Street
Eureka, CA 95501
707-445-8451

7/1/2014

Request for Proposal for: Project Management

The Northern California Indian Development Council is soliciting proposals for the selection of an Owner’s Representative/Project Manager for Phase IB design, pre-construction, and management of the Carson Block Building Restoration Project. The project is located at 241 F Street, Eureka, California, 95501.

RFP # 2014 - 01

Date of Issue: June 30, 2014
Proposal Due Date: July 18, 2014

Public Opening of Proposals: July 22, 2014 at 3pm
at NCIDC - 241 F Street, Eureka, CA 95501
707.445.8451

4/30/2014

Job Opportunity - DNIEC Director, Crescent City, CA

NCIDC –Del Norte Indian Education Center DNIEC Director ($31,200-$37,128 annually) Full Time Plus Benefits Has responsibility for the administration of the DNIEC and supervision of staff to ensure that educational, cultural and personal development services are provided to students and families.  Job description available at NCIDC Offices in Eureka or Crescent City or call (707) 464-3512 Open until filled American Indian preference applies.

3/20/2014

Request for Proposals

New Market and Historic Tax Credits
Consulting Services
Carson Block Building Project
Located in Eureka, CA

RFP # 03 - 102

Proposal Due Date: April 4, 2014

The Northern California Indian Development Council (NCIDC) is soliciting Requests for Proposals for the selection of a Tax Credit Consultant for the Carson Block Building Restoration (“Project”), in accordance with the terms, conditions, and requirements set forth in this Request for Proposals.

Proposals must be received by 5:00 PM (PST) on April 4, 2014; there will be no exceptions. Proposals that are faxed or received after the deadline will be deemed nonresponsive, regardless of the date of postmark. Proposals can be handdelivered or sent via USPS or courier service.

DETAILS

 

3/20/2014

Request for Qualifications

Historic Architectural Consultant Services
Carson Block Building
Located in Eureka, CA

RFQ # 02 - 101

Date of Issue: March 20, 2014

Proposal Due Date: April 18, 2014

The Northern California Indian Development Council (“Owner”) is soliciting Statements of Qualifications for the selection of a Architectural firm for Historic Architectural Services for the Carson Block Building Restoration (“Project”), in accordance with the terms, conditions, and requirements set forth in this Request for Pre-Qualifications. The Project is located at the Owner’s building: 241 F Street, Eureka, California, 95501.

Original sealed Pre-Qualifications must be received by 5:00 PM (PST) on April 18, 2014; there will be no exceptions. Pre-Qualifications that are faxed, e-mailed or received after the deadline will be deemed nonresponsive, regardless of the date of postmark. Pre-Qualifications can be hand-delivered or sent via USPS or courier service.

DETAILS

 

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