It looks like you don't have flash player 6 installed. Click here to go to Macromedia download page.

Education, Training & Employment Application  /  Sylvan Application  /  Internship/Externship Application  /  Mae Lasley Scholarship Fund  /  OTEC Application(s)  /  Wah-Tiah-Kah Scholarship  /  Osage Nation Higher Education Scholarship - 2013 Application  /  Certification and Licensure Application  /  Graduate & Professional Undergraduate - Application and Testing Fee Assistance  /  College Entrance Testing Assistance Program- Application  /  Osage Nation Tutoring Program - Reservation Based  /  College Tuition Waivers for Native American Students  / 
The mission of the Osage Nation Department of Education is to provide educational and supportive services to Osages so that they can obtain the skills needed to become productive individuals and contributors to their community.

  The Osage Nation Department of Education offers educational and training programs sponsored by tribal and federal funds. The federal programs include: classroom training, summer youth, supportive services, career services, work experience, and Johnson O'Malley (JOM). The tribal programs include: higher education scholarship, Sylvan tutoring, on reservation tutoring, internship/externship, and youth outreach projects. The federal programs are open to all eligible Native Americans residing within Osage County. The tribal programs are offered to Osage tribal members located on and off the reservation.

The federal portion of the program is funded by the Indian Employment, Training, and Related Services Demonstration Act, Public Law 102-477, referred to as "477".  The current 477 programs of the Osage Nation include: workforce development for adults and youth, funded by the Department of Labor; higher education, funded in part by the Bureau of Indian Affairs, adult vocational training, and JOM.   
The goal of PL102-477 is "to consolidate its federally funded employment, training, and related services into a single integrated program: to improve the effectivesness of the services; to reduce joblessness in Indian communities; and to meet tribally-determined goals consistent with the policy of self-determination". 

Pipeline JOBS
June 03, 2013

PIPELINE JOBS   The Osage Nation has partnered with The Strategy Center to provide training directly related to the pipeline industry.  These training opportunities will be made available beginning in   
Read More >>
Wanted: Beginning E-mail Users
May 14, 2013

  BEGINNING EMAIL USERS Please click on link for more information! In conjunction with Tri-County Technology Center, the Osage Nation Department of Education will be offering Beginning Computer Tr  
Read More >>

Johnson O'Malley meetings scheduled for September
September 18, 2013

The purpose of the Osage Nation Johnson O'Malley program is to provide supplementary financial assistance to meet the unique and specialized education needs of American Indian students enrolled in one of the public schoo  
Read More >>
Gates Scholarship Application Workshop
December 01, 2012

GATES SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION WORKSHOP Saturday, December 1, 2012 12:30pm-3:30pm *Tahlequah and Broken Arrow Campus (ITV)     Want to learn morea about the Gates Millenium Scholarship application process  
Read More >>

Osage Territory Oklahoma
4/19/2014 2:25:04 AM

Local Weather

Fair, 41 F


One Red Dog
Hear audio

<April 2014>

Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program
FAFSA on the Web - U.S. Department of Education
Oklahoma Promise (formally OHLAP)
Oklahoma College Start
Gates Millennium Website

Osage Nation Education Dept.
102 Buffalo Ave.
Hominy, OK  74035