Cutler Institute for Health and Social Policy

Children, Youth and Families

Nicholas Curlew, B.A.

Project Assistant


332D Wishcamper Center

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Phone: (207) 780-5841

Nick provides high-level programmatic and administrative support to the National Child Welfare Resource Center for Organizational Improvement (NRCOI), Aspen Opportunity Youth Incentive Fund Development project, and Maine Roads to Quality staff and consultants. As Project Assistant, he supports staff with research-related activities, manages logistics of meetings, conferences, trainings, and other project-related events, and provides technical and logistical assistance for national webinar series web-based courses. Past Muskie School projects that Nick has supported include the Early Reading First grant, where he managed project contracts and financials, coordinated training events, and developed documents, and the Colorado Training Project.


  • Bachelor of Arts, Political Science, University of Maine

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State and Wabanaki Tribes Sign Truth and Reconciliation Mandate

Wabanaki Chiefs and Governor LePage signing mandate

On June 29, 2012, five Wabanaki Chiefs and Governor Paul LePage signed a Mandate document commencing the Maine Wabanaki-State Child Welfare Truth and Reconciliation Commission to examine Maine child welfare practices affecting Wabanaki people.

The ceremony represents a historic agreement between Wabanaki Tribal Governments and the State of Maine to uncover and acknowledge the truth, create opportunities to heal and learn from the truth, and collaborate to operate the best child welfare system possible for Wabanaki children, a goal shared by all the signatories to the Mandate.


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