The Confederated Tribes of Siletz seeks to provide opportunities for Tribal members to reach potential, establish independence and improve quality of life through lifelong learning and education.


The program manager is responsible for the design, development and implementation of programs and services to fulfill Tribal goals and purposes for childcare, culture, language, education, pow-wow and education services.

Culture & Language

Information on Culture Resources Program, Language Program, Culture Camp and Run to the Rogue.

Head Start

Children must be 3 or 4 years old to enroll. Classrooms are located in Siletz, Lincoln City, Salem, and Portland.


Information and applications for the Supplemental Education (JOM) and Youth Services Programs.

Post Secondary Education

Information and applications for Higher Education grants, AVT Program and Adult Education.


View scholarships available both through CTSI and outside sources, along with other resources for college bound students.

Childcare Assistance

The Childcare Assistance Program is available to low-income Tribal members living in the 11-county service area.

SB 13 Curriculum

View CTSI developed, K-12 Oregon public school curriculum available to download.

Student Laptop Stipend Program

Applications are open June 5th – June 30th, 2023.

Contact Information

Education & Cultural Programs Director
Alissa Lane-Keene


For students interested in the Higher Education Grant- You must complete your FAFSA by June 30th each year.

Scholarships and Post-Secondary Education Grants must be completed and turned in by June 30th.

Tribal Temporary Student Assistance Program (TTSAP) applications are open May 1st-31st.

Apply Now for Head Start

Apply now for your child to attend our Head Start program.  We have classrooms in Siletz, Lincoln City, Salem and Portland.