- Copy of front and back of CDIB and tribal membership card
- Selective Service registration (males 18 and older)
- Household income verification (most recent check stub, w2, tax return, etc.)
- Residence verification (proof of mailing and physical address, if different)
- Signed Employability Development Plan
- Signed Acknowledgement Form
- Signed Statement of Understanding – Applicants under 18 years of age
How to Apply
Apply online Jan. 1 through April 1.
Summer Youth Employment Services
PO Box 1210
Durant, OK 74702
- Participants must be aged 16 to 21 on or before first day of work.
- Participants are permitted to work five weeks.
- Participants are provided with basic work skills and good work habits necessary to enter the job market.
- Placement will be with employing agencies such as businesses and organizations, both public and non-profit.
- Employment training is provided based on participant and service area needed.
- Workers compensation insurance is provided.
- If required, background and drug screening is paid by the employer.
Public Law 102-477 is the Indian Employment, Training, and Related Services Demonstration Act of 1992, as amended by Public Law 106-568, the Omnibus Indian Advancement Act of 2000. Public Law 102-477 is unique among Federal legislation, in that it allows Federally-recognized Tribes and Alaska Native entities to combine formula-funded Federal grants funds, which are employment and training-related into a single plan with a single budget and a single reporting system.