Policy for Posting Community Jobs

The job listings are available to current Evergreen students, former students and Alumni. Using the information provided by prospective employers, students will contact employers directly. Employers make their own selection of employee and all arrangements are made directly between employer and employee.

The Student Employment Office does not provide a referral service, and makes no guarantee that all jobs posted will be filled.

Community Job Board Disclaimer

The Evergreen State College Student Employment Office acts as a free-of-charge job posting service only and makes no recommendations regarding potential employers or student employees.

We are not responsible for safety, wages, working conditions, or any other aspect of off-campus private employment. All hiring, scheduling, and compensation for community job postings are handled directly between the student and the employer.

Conflict Resolution for Student Employment Issues

If you believe that you have been discriminated against or harassed because of your race, color, sex, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, disability or age, you should seek out the advice and assistance of the Human Resources Office.

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Tina Kuckkahn-Miller, J.D.

Vice President, Indigenous Arts and Education

Resources for Native Artists

Artist Statement Basics

By Erin Genia, Communication Consultant, Longhouse Education and Cultural Center

Why Write an Artist Statement?

Artist statements are fundamental components of your work within the world of art. Why? Artist Statements give the viewer some background on the work, you as the artist, and why you created the piece. A quality piece of artwork will always pique the interest of viewers on its own. However, providing an artist’s statement for your work grounds the piece in the context you provide.


Over the past ten years, our Artist-in-Residence program, which brings established Native artists to tribal reservation sites and to Evergreen to train and encourage other Native artists, has impacted a wide variety of people in a myriad of ways.

At times, the focus of the residencies was to preserve almost-lost art forms, such as Ravenstail weaving and bentwood box-making.

Native Artist Registry Form

In order to distribute information regarding a variety of opportunities like individual commissions, festivals, art shows and marketing workshops, the Longhouse maintains a database of Native artists. It is a free service! If you are an interested Native artist, please fill out the form and we will add you to our database and email subscriber list.