Fieldwork

Learn about NAISC fieldwork with native youth at school partner sites.

Native Communities Need Indigenous School Counselors and Psychologists

Nearly all children struggle with school at some point but can succeed with appropriate support.

Indigenous school counselors and psychologists possess the ability to affirm children's potential, contribute to their lifelong achievement, and strengthen communities.

These 2 rural partner school districts provide access for NAISC scholars to work with Native American students, parent groups, and tribal communities:

  • Mountain Empire School District (in partnership with Campo Reservation)
  • Valley Center School District

 

 

This group of scholars has worked out at our partner site, Mt. Empire School District, in partnership with the Campo Band of Kumeyaay Indians.

(Left to right) Mikela Jones, Rajah Akbar, Dianna Tiger, Benita Big Foot, Darrick Franklin, Ann Pierce.

 

Photo: (Left to right) Mikela Jones, Rajah Akbar, Dianna Tiger, Benita Big Foot, Darrick Franklin, Ann Pierce.

Photo: Fieldwork participants in circle discussion. 

Photo: Young children at fieldwork site.

2015 Honoring of Youth, Campo Elementary

Photo: Collage of photos of Campo Reservation 2015 Celebration with images of children, SDSU participants