Boys and Girls Club Now Hiring!

TITLE:                                      Program Assistant

DEPARTMENT:                        After School Programs

HOURS:                                   Mon-Fri 2:30-6:30 (school days only)

We are seeking POSITIVE, ENERGETIC LEADERS to implement fun, engaging after-school programming for our Olga Brenner site.  Our After School Program program is designed to provide academic enrichment opportunities during non-school hours for children. A typical day for our members includes three ‘blocks’: 1) Homework help time and academic support, 2) Enrichment activities (i.e. cooking, robotics); 3) Physical Activity.


The Program Assistant will lead engaging activities and provide targeted academic support to our members.

  • Set and maintain high expectations for members.
  • Facilitate and manage group enrichment activities while maintaining a fun, yet productive environment (10-15 members).
  • Implement homework help consistently and provide academic support where needed.
  • Keep accurate records regarding participating members’ attendance.
  • Communicate with parents, teachers, and BGCGB leadership about concerns with Individual members’ attendance and work habits, as well as academic abilities and needs.
  • Support Site Director in keeping the academic area neat and organized. Ensure that work area fosters physical and emotional safety.
  • Support site-wide behavior standards and discipline policies.
  • Create positive atmosphere, foster teamwork and constructive exchange of ideas with peers. Be flexible in programming to support the overall mission of the club.
  • Participate in club-wide events and fieldtrips as needed.
  • Be respectful of other staff members’ time by being prompt to scheduled meetings and well prepared to do your job every day.
  • Be flexible with hours as needed for the Club to best serve its members.


  • At least 6 months experience working with at-risk youth.
  • Knowledge of elementary level academic subjects.
  • Capable of handling a group of 15+ youth to help them focus on homework and enrichment activities.
  • Ability to discipline according to BGCGB and GBAPS standards.
  • Ability to relate to and be approachable by students, parents, faculty and staff.
  • Have a desire to serve children of all socioeconomic levels and physical/mental capabilities.
  • Ability to multitask and problem solve.
  • Cleared background check and history indicating fitness to work with children.
  • Negative TB Test results.


  • Maturity and strong communication skills.
  • Energy, leadership skills, strong initiative, ability to motivate through positive reinforcement.
  • Ability to exercise good judgment.


The information presented indicates the general nature and level of work expected of employees in this classification.  It is not designed to contain, or to be interpreted as, a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and objectives required of employees assigned to this job.

BPC Mentioned in Insight Magazine!

insight coverInsight Magazine mentions Bowman Performance Consulting in the November 2015 edition.

Bowman Performance Consulting, Shawano, will provide technical support to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation’s Tribal Labor Advisory Committee. BPC will work with the Lac du Flambeau Tribe on this seven-month project. This project is to work on the Statewide Native American Labor Database, which will work closely with the 11 tribes of Wisconsin on capacity to maintain information and creation of a statewide labor database.

*View the article here!

Attention Tribal, State, Local and Federal Professionals! Registration is now open for the 2015 WI Tribal Transportation Conference November 3-4 in Green Bay, WI.

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Registration for the 2015 Wisconsin Tribal Transportation Conference is now open!

November 3-4, 2015 | Radisson Hotel & Conference Center | Green Bay, WI

The conference is an outstanding opportunity for tribal, state, local and federal professionals to increase their knowledge of the government-to-government relationship between the 11 federally recognized tribes of Wisconsin and the Wisconsin Department of Transportation.  This year’s conference will include sessions on safety, economic development, environmental and cultural resources and other topics related to tribal transportation. 

Networking opportunities for businesses and organizations interested in the transportation construction industry will also be part of this year’s conference line-up.

Registration Deadline:  October 23, 2015

View the Conference Schedule

Tribal Excellence Award Nominations:
WisDOT is still accepting nominations for this year’s Tribal Excellence Awards.  This distinction recognizes individuals or organizations that have made significant contributions to WisDOT Tribal Affairs initiatives and tribal transportation services.  To nominate, complete the nomination form and submit to Kelly Jackson at the information listed below. Nomination Deadline:  October 2, 2015

If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact: Kelly Jackson, Statewide Tribal Liaison, Wisconsin Department of Transportation 266-3761



Personal Finance and Economics for Students

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Welcome back to school!

EconomicsWisconsin and Lakeland College Center for Economic Education would like to invite you to the 8th Annual Get Your Students Pumped Up on Personal Finance and Economics! in conjunction with the Fourth Annual Wisconsin Summit of Financial Literacy.

Join us Friday, October 17 at Lambeau Field on the North Balcony. Check in begins at 8:30 and the program kicks off at 9:00 AM.  This event features 3 breakout sessions, presentation of the Excellence in Teaching Awards, and luncheon speaker, Mark Murphy, Packer’s President.


Topics Include:

  • The Geography of Jobs During the Great Recession and the Long, Slow Recovery 2007-2014
  • The Student Debt Crisis
  • The New World of Monetary Policy
  • Are you Living Beyond Your Means and Why is it So Difficult to Save?
  • The ACA and the Labor Market
  • This Little Piggy Cried Earn, Spend, Save: Creating a Classroom Economy
  • Educator Effectiveness and Personal Finance: It’s a Match!
  • Currency and the Fed
  • Who Desegregated Major League Baseball: Jackie Robinson or Adam Smith?
  • Bringing Your Community into the Classroom: The Community Exploration Project
  • Talk to Your Kids About Money Panel Discussion
  • Money $mart in Head Start: Financial Outreach and Coaching through the Head Start Program


To register with a check, please remit payment with the back side of the attached flyer.  To pay by Credit Card, please use the form online –

Native Learning Center Event & Resources

nlc_logoBowman Performance Consulting will be in attendance for Training for Building Sustainable Communities in Indian Country April 1st to the 3rd in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

About the Event

The Seminole Tribe of Florida’s Native Learning Center (NLC) is pleased to present Training for Building Sustainable Communities in Indian Country hosted in Green Bay, Wisconsin, April 1 – 3, 2014. The NLC will provide Tribal communities with the tools to develop economic opportunities, sustainable community infrastructures, alternative energy sources, and provide essential building blocks to create safer communities. Over the course of this three-day conference participants will be able to join critical sessions related to Tribal housing programs and imperative to HUD’s Indian Housing Block Grant (IHBG) Program. Topics include, but are not limited to, NAHASDA related courses, youth and elder opportunities, and crime prevention.

Registration is Now Open
Registration is FREE for Native Americans and Those Working Within Indian Country

Our host hotel is the Radisson Hotel & Conference Center Green Bay, Green Bay, WI.  Call booking number 800-333-3333 or direct at 920-494-7300.


What Can BPC Do for You?

American Indian Business Resources


Who Should Attend

Acquisitions Managers

CEO’s of Housing Authorities

CFO’s of Housing Authorities

Chief Development Officers

Community Planners

COO’s of Housing Authorities

Directors of Housing

Executive Directors of Housing Authorities

Grant Managers

Home Ownership Councilors

Housing Authority Directors

Housing Commissioners

Housing Managers

Housing Officers

Housing Specialists

Members of Housing Boards

Tribal CFO’s

Travel Accommodations

Custom Training and Consulting Upon Request Bowman Performance Consulting

Bowman Performance Consulting  271 River Pine Drive, Shawano, WI  54166  ♦  Phone:  715-526-9240  ♦  Fax:  715-526-6028

NWTC New Job Posting – Data Specialist, TAACCCT Making the Future Grant Project

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Job Openings at NWTC

Northeast Wisconsin Technical College (NWTC) offers the opportunity to work in a professional and stimulating environment where you can make a difference.  Take your career to the next level with NWTC where employees are dedicated to helping students be successful.  In addition to outstanding career opportunities, NWTC offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits.

Our employees and friends of the College are our best source for reaching out to qualified candidates.  As always, we encourage the application of qualified minority candidates as well as those with disabilities.  We are asking your assistance in sharing our opportunity to individuals that you feel would be qualified.

The following is a list of current position openings.  Click on the job title to learn more about the job.  If interested and qualified, follow the link to apply on-line.  On-line applications are required for all positions.  Please note that internal applications may be given first consideration. Postings may change without prior notice.  If you have any questions about the position or application process, please contact Human Resources at (920) 498-6286 or 1-800-422-NWTC x6286.

Receive notification of all our job postings by becoming a fan on the NWTC Employment Facebook page.

Read about our job application instructions, then apply on-line. (Current NWTC employees can click here to apply online)

Custom Training and Consulting Upon Request Bowman Performance Consulting

Bowman Performance Consulting  271 River Pine Drive, Shawano, WI  54166  ♦  Phone:  715-526-9240  ♦  Fax:  715-526-6028

2014 WIEA Conference Details

The annual conference is held each year in April with Board representatives acting as conference coordinators. Each region hosts the conference on an alternating schedule. The conference includes keynote speakers, work-shops and presenters who address education issues from pre-K to postsecondary education.

This year’s conference is being held in collaboration with the School District of Bayfield and the Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa. Events are scheduled at the Bayfield School and Legendary Waters Resort and Casino in Red Cliff.

For further information and to register, please visit the following link: ( Thanks!




Custom Training and Consulting Upon Request Bowman Performance Consulting

Bowman Performance Consulting  271 River Pine Drive, Shawano, WI  54166  ♦  Phone:  715-526-9240  ♦  Fax:  715-526-6028

Overview of Services to Academia

Company/Vendor Overview

Bowman Performance Consulting (BPC) is an award winning professional and scientific consulting business that serves a diverse national clientele as a teaming partner working “with” clients not “on” them.  BPC holds multiple scientific and business credentials including small, disadvantaged, woman, and minority (Native American) owned.  The four primary service areas of BPC are:  research, evaluation, development, and technical training/assistance.  Since 2001 BPC has served on hundreds of projects as a teaming partner or contracted service agency.  The sectors BPC serves are public governments, program offices, and agencies (55%); tribal governments, program offices, and agencies (30%); and the non-profit sector (15%).  BPC has served projects related to:  education (PK-12 – collegiate), health, justice, human/social services, community development, diversity, social justice, Native American, school and workforce economic initiatives, and science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).




1. Research Educational research studies, literature reviews, policy reviews, funding research, developing instruments (surveys, focus groups, interviews, etc.), database development and analysis, and collecting data for research studies
2. Evaluation External evaluation of foundation, state, federal, or tribally funded grants or initiatives; educational policy and impact evaluations; creating performance indicators for educational programs or the workforce; documentation of evidence-based best practices; and creating or carrying out culturally/contextually responsive scientific evaluation designs and studies
3. Development/Training
Community coalition development, strategic planning, professional development, policy or systems development, grant proposal development, executive leadership or board trainings, conference planning, online training development, curriculum development, and parent/family/community trainings
4.Technical Assistance
Supporting a new project or grant implementation; conference support; providing technical guidance to regulatory, funding, or online reporting profile set up and use; creating and implementing performance based school or program improvement systems, and providing content area expertise on projects in need of culturally responsive evaluations or with Native American participants
Content Area Expertise
Providing culturally and contextually (rural, urban, tribal) responsive services in the four service areas noted above related to diversity (racial/ethnic, gender, orientation, socio-economic status, etc.) and in particular, Tribal Governments and Indigenous communities.


You may a complete listing of BPC services by going to and selecting the “BPC Company Capabilities Statement & Commodity Codes”.  Additional client references, project work samples, and free resources may be accessed on BPC’s website too or are available upon request.  To keep in touch about the latest events and free resources please follow BPC via:

  • BPC Facebook Page: (like us!)
  • BPC Twitter Account:  @NBPC1 (follow us!)
  • BPC LinkedIn Page:  Nicole Bowman (Mohican/Lunaape)
  • BPC You Tube Channel:
  • Nicole R. Bowman, President/Founder
  • E-Mail:
  • Office Phone:  715-526-9240 Office Fax:  715-526-6028
  • Mailing Address:  271 River Pine Drive Shawano, WI 54166
  • Physical Address:  715 East Green Bay Street Shawano, WI 54166



Custom Training and Consulting Upon RequestBowman Performance Consulting

Bowman Performance Consulting  271 River Pine Drive, Shawano, WI  54166  ♦  Phone:  715-526-9240  ♦  Fax:  715-526-6028



“Forging Alliances for Action: Culturally Responsive Evaluation and HOSTED BY THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGN Assessment Across Fields of Practice”

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Custom Training and Consulting Upon Request Bowman Performance Consulting

Bowman Performance Consulting  271 River Pine Drive, Shawano, WI  54166  ♦  Phone:  715-526-9240  ♦  Fax:  715-526-6028


Commodity Codes

BPC has many commodity codes based on the level of government (State, Federal, Tribal, or Municipal), the certifying agency, and the registered website that BPC has a profile created on.  In this next section you will learn about all the various agencies and procurement websites that BPC is registered at and the relevant commodity codes associated with BPC’s service areas.  First, BPC is a certified business that is registered in the US Federal Government’s System for Award Management (SAM) which has replaced the Central Contract Registration (CCR).  The SAM ( follows the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes.

BPC’s NAICS codes are as follows (

  • 541611 – Administrative, Business and General Management Consulting Services
    • Business Start-Up Consulting Services
    • Reorganizational Consulting Services
    • Strategic Planning Consulting Services
    • 541612 – Human Resources Consulting Services
      • Employee Assessment Consulting Services
    • 541613 – Marketing Consulting Services
    • 541618 – Other Management Consulting Services
    • 541720 – Behavioral Research and Development Services
      • Business Research and Development Services
      • Cognitive Research and Development Services
      • Demographic Research and Development Services
      • Economic Research and Development Services
      • Humanities Research and Development Services
        • Learning Disabilities Research and Development Services
        • Psychology Research and Development Services
        • Social Science Research and Development Services
        • Sociological Research and Development Services
        • Sociology Research and Development Services
  • 611110 – Elementary and Secondary Schools
  • 611430 – Professional and Management Development
  • 611710 – Educational Support Services

BPC’s Federal Product Service Codes (PSC) and Federal Supply Codes (FSC) are as follows (

  • AB11 – Crime Prevention and Control (Basic Research)
  • AB12 – Crime Prevention and Control (Applied Research/Exploratory Development)
  • AB31 – Rural Services and Development (Basic Research)
  • AB36 – Rural Services and Development (Management/Support of R&D)
  • AB41 – Urban Services and Development (Basic Research)
  • AB91 – Urban Services and Development (Basic Research)
  • AB92 – Urban Services and Development (Applied Research/Exploratory Development)
  • AE21 – Product or Service Improvement  (Basic Research)
  • AE91 – Economic Growth-Productivity (Basic Research)
  • AE92 – Economic Growth-Productivity  (Applied Research/Exploratory Development)
  • AF10 – Educational (Unclassified)
  • AF11 – R&D – Education: Educational (Basic Research)
  • AF12 – R&D – Education: Educational (Applied Research/Exploratory Development)
  • AF13 – R&D – Education: Educational (Advanced Development)
  • AF14 – R&D – Education: Educational (Engineering Development)
  • AF15 – R&D – Education: Educational (Operational Systems Development)
  • AF16 – R&D – Education: Educational (Management/Support)
  • AF17 – R&D – Education: Educational (Commercialized)
  • B542 – Educational
  • G010 – Dir Aid Tribal Government-Di (PL93-638)
  • R405 – Operations Research
  • R407 – Program Evaluation
  • R408 – Program Management-Support
  • R410 – Program Review-Development
  • R422 – Phone and Field Interview
  • R702 – Data Collection
  • U001 – Training Services – Lectures for Training
  • U002 – Training Services – Personnel Testing
  • U004 – Training Services – Scientific and Management Education
  • U006 – Training Services – Vocational – Technical Training
  • U008 – Training Services – Training/Curriculum Development
  • U010 – Training Services – Certifications and Accreditations
  • U099 – Training Services – Other Educational and Training Services

BPC’s National Institute of Governmental Purchasing (NIGP) Codes are as follows (

  • 91800 – Consulting Services
  • 91803 – Alcohol and Drug Abuse Consulting Services
  • 91832 – Consulting Services (not otherwise classified)
  • 91890 – Strategic Technology Planning and Consulting Services
  • 92405 – Advisory Services, Educational
  • 92416 – Course Development Services, Instructional/Training
  • 92419 – Educational Research Services
  • 92435 – In-Service Training (For Employees)
  • 92460 – Not-For- Credit Classes, Seminars, Workshops, etc.
  • 92464 – Partnering Workshop Facilitation Services
  • 95277 – Research and Evaluation, Human Services
  • 96129 – Economic Impact Studies
  • 92132 – Environmental Impact Studies
  • 96160 – Public Opinion Surveys

BPC’s State of WI Department of Transportation Commodity Codes are as follows: (

  • 906 64 – Planning, Urban (community, regional, area wide, and state)
  • 924 10 – Training Services
  • 948 21 – Consulting Services
  • 952 60 – Job Search Workshop
  • 952 90 – Training and Instruction (for clients, not staff)
  • 961 32 – Environmental Impact Studies
  • 961 34 – Feasibility Studies (all kinds)
  • 956 70 – Research Services
  • 961 03 – Analytical Studies and Survey Services

NOTE:  BPC is also registered with the WI Vendornet System (WI State Procurement Website), many Native American (TERO, Indian Preference) procurement databases, local or State Chambers of Commerce or Economic Development databases, and professional/academic service databases. For more information please contact Nicole Bowman, BPC President at or 715-526-9240.

Custom Training and Consulting Upon Request Bowman Performance Consulting

Bowman Performance Consulting 271 River Pine Drive, Shawano, WI 54166 ♦ Phone: 715-526-9240 ♦ Fax: 715-526-6028