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Old 02-15-2011, 04:52 PM   #12
Zeke
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Originally Posted by Iowa_Boy View Post
When I taught for a tribal college we were cranking out people with Indian Studies AA's and there were no jobs for them.
Which is a major reason I have been denigrating such "degrees" for well over a decade, including the 4-year variety. Practical application is an issue.

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Originally Posted by WhoMe
Due to the signing by President Obama of last year's Native Law and Order Act there is a active recruitment effort currently going on to find law officers to work on Indian lands.
Well, I possess an undergraduate degree in Criminal Justice and an advanced degree in Public Administration -- with requisite experience -- meaning I am qualified to do a great many things in this area.

But, who desires to spend all of their time locking up relatives?

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