ITGS is looking to fill our "Lead Instructor" position. This position is devoted to providing outdoor and indoor indigenous recreation programming and activities, management and scheduling of events, school and community outreach and promotion, program development and fundraising. The position does not supervise office employees but does include guidance and coordination of part-time instructors, volunteers and community participants. This position is directly under the supervision of the ITGS Executive Director and is responsible to the Board of Directors. Follow the links below for the job description and application.
Welcome to International Traditional Games Society!
Founded in 1997 by Tribal College Presidents and Cultural Directors from Montana and Southern Alberta Canada, we are dedicated to the recovery, restoration and re-introduction of Native American Indian Games.
We believe our efforts to revive and reenact traditional games give power to the life-affirming expression of “What Holds Us Together,” as we honor the unique cultural expressions of different tribes, including language, movement, and skills for shared survival.
Through workshops, special events and instructor certification, we stand committed to the preservation of this core element of the first people's culture and traditions.
- Mon, Apr 08UlmApr 08, 2024, 9:00 AM – Apr 10, 2024, 12:30 PMUlm, 342 Ulm Vaughn Rd, Ulm, MT 59485, USAIndividuals wishing to teach traditional games must complete our certification process. There are three levels of certification, each requiring the previous level completion.