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The U.S. Representative for Northern Mariana Islands's At large district, serving since 2009.
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THIS WEEK IN CONGRESS - November 10, 2016
In this issue:  Happy Veterans Day  USCBP meeting  Opportunities - Federal grants, jobs for/in the Marianas  Highlights in the Legislative Program  ________________________________________________________________________________ Federal Opportunities for/in the Marianas  Jobs:  Park Ranger –  The National Park Service, American Memorial Park is accepting applications for a Park Ranger in Saipan. Incumbent will inform visitors about park facilities and resources, conduct basic research of topics to provide interpretive programs, operate a variety equipment used in connection with interpretive material, and coordinate the park permit program. Closing date is November 14, 2016. For more information, go tohttps://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/454763500/. Information Technology Specialist – The Department of Defense Education Activity has an opening for an Information Technology Specialist on Guam. Incumbent will coordinate and participate in activities rel











NMC gets $289K to serve AAPI students
Northern Marianas College will receive $289,090 under the Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-serving Institutions Program, the U.S. Department of Education announced Wednesday. The competitive AANAPISI program provides grants to assist institutions to serve Pacific Islanders, Asian Americans, and low-income students. Grant funds may be used to help college students stay in school through support services and supplemental instruction, or to provide faculty professional development. The grant announced this week is for the second year of the five-year grant. Congratulations to NMC.











THIS WEEK IN CONGRESS - November 18, 2016
In this issue:  NMC receives $289,000 to serve AAPI students  I Love Saipan owners visit DC  Helping to provide food and shelter  Opportunities - Federal grants, jobs for/in the Marianas  Highlights in the legislative program  _______________________________________________________________________________ NMC receives $289,000 to serve AAPI students.  Northern Marianas College will receive $289,090 under the Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-serving Institutions Program, the U.S. Department of Education announced Wednesday. The competitive AANAPISI program provides grants to assist institutions to serve Pacific Islanders, Asian Americans, and low-income students. Grant funds may be used to help college students stay in school through support services and supplemental instruction, or to provide faculty professional development. The grant announced this week is for the second year of the five-year grant. Congratulations to NMC. Helping to provide food a











Vietnam veterans in CNMI get congressional tribute
Saipan Tribune — Vietnam veterans of the Marianas received a special tribute from Delegate Gregorio Kilili C. Sablan (Ind-MP) during Veterans Day ceremonies last Friday. Part of the Veterans Day program was dedicated to the commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War. “It’s been 50 years since the conflict ended in Vietnam, and our gratitude to those who served is long overdue,” Sablan said. “This tribute in the Congressional Record is a way of honoring and thanking Vietnam veterans for their service. It’s also a way of saying, ‘Welcome home.’” The tribute recognizes the 58,220 who died in combat in Vietnam, the 7.2 million veterans still alive today, and the 9 million who served. “Vietnam was a long and complicated conflict, and many veterans of that era came home to communities that did not always welcome them, or fully understand the depth of their sacrifice,” Sablan said. “But the nation has changed since then, in large part because of the examp














 
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