The Pauma Band of Luiseño Indians and our ancestors have lived in the Pauma Valley and surrounding area since time immemorial. Our ancestors are buried here, we raise our children here, and this is where our future generations will continue to live and prosper.

What’s Next for ITS

Generously funded by THE BAY AND PAUL FOUNDATIONS, INC, the Tribes and Climate Change Program is excited to offer 5 summer internships with different host sites across the country. Host sites include Climate Science AllianceTó Nizhóní Ání, Climate Advocates Voces Unidas, Tribal Alliance for Pollinators, and the Yukon River Drainage Fisheries Association.

Apply by March 15, 2023 at bit.ly/tccp-internship! For questions, email Kelsey.Morales@nau.edu

The webinar recording is now available for this informational funding webinar. The deadline for this funding is March 31, 2023.

The theme of the workshop is Understanding the Relationships: People, Place, Technology, the Environment, and Climate Change. How do these relate to each other and to rebuilding and rediscovering relationships?

The dominant go-to response for climate solutions is a technological fix. What if we situate technology within the mindset of not about fixing things, but healing our relatives? What do the relationships between people, place, technology, and the environment mean for climate actions? What do these dynamics mean for issues around power, justice and data sovereignty, and around the differences and intersections of data, information, knowledge, and wisdom? How has the change in technology over time changed how we share our stories and communicate our science? What role does technology play in re-engaging and rebuilding relationships with the natural world and how might we strategize this re-engagement? We can look to past and contemporary examples to understand the future. The “work” part of the workshop is in rebuilding and rediscovering relationships: to the world, to place, to all relatives, to each other.

For more information about the workshop please visit https://lnkd.in/gVEjBJEF.
For general information about the Rising Voices Center for Indigenous and Earth Sciences visit: https://lnkd.in/gKWWZY6F. Please direct specific questions to risingvoicescontact@ucar.edu.

Find Your Next Career at Pauma

Submit application and resume to one of the following options below:

Fax: Attention Maggie 760-742-3422
Mail: P.O. Box 369, Pauma Valley CA, 92061
Walk-in: Pauma Administration 1010 Reservation RD. Pauma Valley, CA 92061

The Pauma Band of Luiseño Indians is currently seeking qualified candidates for the positions listed below. Please click below to download application, a job description and contact information to apply for one of these positions.

Pauma Band General Employment Application

  • Starting July 11 -Rincon Drive -thru Testing hours will change to 9:00AM – 6PM
  • There has been an increase positive cases these past 2 weeks
  • The country is still under the Public Health Emergency Plan and the original projected date for expiration      
  •  (July 15) will most likely be extended.

Updated 07.03.21

Pauma Supports Tobacco Education Prevention Outreach Cessation (TEPOC) Program at IHC and the TEPOC Youth Advisory Council

Tribal Input Needed for San Diego County Voter Access

Voting counts even in between national elections. Help San Diego County Registrar develop meaningful changes to the voter process, especially for the Tribal community.

Pauma Pride

FCC Emergency Broadband Benefit