Estom Yumeka Maidu Tribe

Estom Yumeka Maidu Tribe

We are a federally-recognized Indian Tribe since 1915, based in Oroville, California. Our rich history, dedication to our community’s growth, and commitment to future generations mean our Tribal Administration and various programs are set up for success. Spanning from child care and education, to gaming and environmental protection, our team is available to support our members in any way we can.


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  • November 2021 EPA Update: Sacred & Good Fire / Cultural Burns - Indigenous Peoples have managed their lands with fire since time immemorial. But colonizers criminalized the practice, leading to a loss of culture and an increase in the risk of wildfires and poor air quality. Prevention of this traditional practice has been a HUGE contributor to the devastating wildfires we have had in recent times. What…
  • TCCAC – Job Opportunity - Workforce Pathways AdvisorContractual position up to 30 hours per week.Salary Range: $20-$35 per hour.Reports to: Operations Director JOB DESCRIPTION:Under the direction of the TCCAC Operations Director the Workforce PathwaysAdvisor(s) is responsible for implementing and supporting activities to promote theprofessional development of early childhood education (ECE) providers (Center-Based,Family Child Care, Family, Friend, Neighbor) and the quality…
  • man holding baby in air as woman watches Tribal Families Survey - Survey Description: Thank you for considering participating in the Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC) EarlyChildhood Initiative’s survey of American Indian/Alaska Native families. The purpose of this survey is tounderstand the child care needs of American Indian/Alaska Natives and the context in which parentsmake decisions about their child care arrangements. BPC’s Early Childhood Initiative advocates forbetter access…

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