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Recipient
Leech Lake Tribal College
2016 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$23,709
2017 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$18,911

Leech Lake Tribal College is commiteed to the goal of ensuring that Ojibwemowin remains a vital part of our culture for generations to come. This grant will play an important role in complementing that work and helping LLTC make Ojibwemowin more accessible to our community. The purpose of our grant propsal is to create more and varied learning opportunites accessible to students, staff, and community members in order to create more Ojibwemowin learners and speakers.

Cass
Recipient
University of Minnesota-Twin Cities Campus-Department of Indian Studies
2010 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$90,000

Recruit dedicate community members to take part in language instruction at the University level. Financially assist full-time committed language students in need. Train a qualified undergraduate student as an apprentice to assist instructors. Train three teacher student practicum’s in immersion classrooms to assist fluent instructors. Instructors and students will plan activities for enrichment ( to hold/attend events).

2012 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$100,000

The purpose of this grant is to build on what was created with last year’s grant funding by creating a Dakota Language and culture institute. The purpose of the institute is to offer multilevel teacher training seminars and Dakota language and culture immersion sessions for intergenerational groups.

Recipient
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities Campus
2012 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$100,000

The objective of the grant is to develop a strategy and responsive plan for wide-spread public engagement with the Ojibwe People’s Dictionary during the first year it will be available on-line. Speakers of the Ojibwe language, beyond the group of Ojibwe elders in Minnesota with whom the University now collaborates with, may be encouraged to contact the University once the dictionary is online and wish to participate in the next stage of the dictionary’s development.

Recipient
Fond du Lac Tribal College
2016 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$35,400
2017 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$147,150

Raise the bar for language learning, immersion program expansion and language revitalization on a broader scale.

Carlton
Recipient
Fond du Lac Tribal College
2012 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$108,787

The Fond du Lac Tribal College will provide two-day language immersion weekends for students and teachers having intermediate level fluency. They will be offered one weekend each month for eight months from September 2011 through April 2012. The weekends will focus on participatory activities including individual and small group discussions, skits, meal preparation, games, and field trips to seasonal camps. A wing of the college dormitory will also be set aside for language students to speak Ojibwe together and participate in language enrichment programming.

Recipient
Fond du Lac Tribal College
2013 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$125,000

2010 Activities:
Offer Fond du Lac Family language camp. Receive training for Ojibwe language immersion teaching. Develop Ojibwe immersion curriculum. Publish 2,000 copies of Daga Anishinaabemodaa with illustrations and audio CD. Establish feeder college and pre K-12 school network. Draft guidelines and establish elder-student apprenticeships. Set up and announce website. Accept students and pre K-12 teachers for Ottertail language camp for summer 2011 and promise financial support. Evaluate all grant activities.

2014 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$62,645

The purpose of this grant is to create a clear pathway for college students to achieve fluency in the Ojibwe language and to graduate prepared teachers of the Ojibwe language with Kindergarten through 12th Grade teaching certifications. This will be done by expanding the curriculum to expand the University’s Ojibwe language offerings, building the University and K-12 Tribal/Immersion/Ojibwe-teaching schools partnerships for greater language fluency, and producing more fluent and well prepared graduates.

Recipient
Metro State University
2014 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$62,645

The overall purpose of this initiative is to welcome more American Indians into the University to increase the number of speakers of the Dakota and Ojibwe languages. This will be done by the enrollment of adults in the Dakota and Ojibwe language immersion model classes, as well as, enrolling youth into the youth classes. The University will offer immersion model 100-level courses in Dakota and Ojibwe languages and provide scholarships to ensure accessibility and participation.

Recipient
Rainy River Community College
2011 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$15,000
  • Ojibwe jeopardy knowledge bowls.
  • Ojibwe knowledge competitions.
  • Label college in Ojibwe signs.
  • Ojibwe feasts.
  • Drum socials.
  • Ojibwe dance group.
  • Elders to speak to students.
  • Annual powwow.
  • Immersion camps and classes.
Recipient
Fond du Lac Tribal College
2011 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$75,000

Offer Fond du Lac Family language camp. Receive training for Ojibwe language immersion teaching. Develop Ojibwe immersion curriculum. Publish 2,000 copies of Daga Anishinaabemodaa with illustrations and audio CD. Establish feeder college and pre K-12 school network. Draft guidelines and establish elder-student apprenticeships. Set up and announce website. Accept students and pre K-12 teachers for Ottertail language camp for summer 2011 and promise financial support. Evaluate all grant activities.

Recipient
University of Minnesota-Duluth
2012 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$25,000

The short term goals are to create a constant and regular forum of Ojibwe language discourse between speakers. To record historical stories, anecdotes, and traditional lessons during appropriate times and in appropriate places, and to make documentation of local dialect forms.

Recipient
Rainy River Community College
2016 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$30,650
2017 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$30,650

The purpose of the grant is to increase and enhance the understanding of the American Indian Ojibwe language and culture to ensure positive reinformcement of the self image and sense of identity four our American Indian Ojibwe people: To engage American Indian Ojibwe language and culture in our communities.

Koochiching
2014 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$46,000

The objective of this grant is to prevent the Ojibwe language loss, to increase and enhance the understanding of the American Indian language, to ensure positive reinforcement of the self-image and sense of identity with the empowerment of American Indian children. This will be done by offering and participating Ojibwe language competitions with other colleges, as well as, by offering immersion camps, fluent speakers in the classrooms, and language tables. Additionally, the youth will visit maple sugar and wild rice camps.

UMD

Recipient
University of MN Duluth
2016 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$50,000
2017 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$25,000

The purpose of this grant is to produce quality (written and spoken) language materials, general use by different language revitalization efforts (colleges, communities, schools), and increased language learning for mulitple audience.

St. Louis
2014 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$72,215

-Expand American Indian studies curriculum
-Support college student fluency of Dakota and Ojibwe languages
-Support a pre-doctoral fellow to develop curriculum and begin to offer Dakota I and II and UMM
-Create a structure to support the development of leaders in the language-learning community
-Develop partnerships with local area tribal communities