Youth

Supplemental Education Program or Johnson O’Malley (JOM)

Supplemental Education Program or Johnson O’Malley (JOM) benefits Pre-K-12 Native American students in support of their intellectual growth, vocational goals and cultural enrichment. The programs also advances the participant’s physical, social and emotional growth. Basic services such as tutoring, cultural enhancement, recreational activities and college preparation classes are provided to supplement existing educational programs available in communities.

Youth must be currently attending a public school, enrolled in a federally recognized tribe or possess ¼ blood quantum and reside in the 11-county service area to qualify. Documentation must be provided with your application. A new application is required at the beginning of each school year.

Download the application below and return the completed form to your local Education Specialist.

Download Application

Request for Services Form

Fill out the form and send it to the Education Specialist located in your service area.

Area Office Education Specialists

Portland Area Office

Katy Holland
KatyH@ctsi.nsn.us
503-238-1512

12790 SE Stark Street Suite 102
Portland, OR 97233

Eugene Area Office

Candace Hill
CandaceH@ctsi.nsn.us
541-484-4234

2468 West 11th
Eugene, OR 97402

Salem Area Office

Sonya Moody-Jurado
SonyaMJ@ctsi.nsn.us
503-390-9494

3160 Blossom Dr NE Suite 105
Salem, OR 97305

Siletz Area Office

Jeff Sweet
JeffS@ctsi.nsn.us
541-444-8207

 201 SE Swan Avenue
PO Box 549
Siletz, OR 97380

Youth Services Program

The Youth Services Program focuses on the well-being of young people and advocates for the needs of youth. Tribal and other resources are used in developing positive community models. The program provides academic and leisure time activities in a supervised setting and young people participate in constructive pursuits after school and on weekends.

Note: All applications must be mailed, faxed, or dropped off. Emailed applications will not be accepted. All applications must be accompanied by a copy of the child’s activity registration form, or a list of supplies needed if requesting funding for supplies.

Student Incentive Program

The Siletz Tribal Council desires to reward students for their educational achievement, and encourage them to continue on into higher education by rewarding each milestone. This is a monetary incentive and is awarded by level of education. *Applicant must be enrolled Siletz Tribal members at time of completion/graduation.

Fill out the application below and send it to your local Education Specialist.