Apply for the Graduate Student Conference Award to Attend the NAFOA 2022 Fall Conference

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Photo description: Attendee with a red backpack entering a conference breakout room titled “Energy Project Financing for Tribes of all Sizes” during the NAFOA 40th Annual Conference in the Spring of 2022.

Calling all recent and current graduate students and NAFOA Leadership Summit Alumni!

NAFOA has a unique award opportunity for you. The Graduate Student Conference Award is an opportunity to attend the 2022 Fall Finance & Tribal Economies Conference at Foxwood Resort Casino in Mashantucket, Connecticut from Oct 3-4, 2022.  The two-day conference provides networking opportunities and facilitates important dialogues about tribal finance and economic issues impacting tribal economies.

NAFOA has a unique award opportunity for you. The Graduate Student Conference Award is an opportunity to attend the 2022 Fall Finance & Tribal Economies Conference at Foxwood Resort Casino in Mashantucket, Connecticut from Oct 3-4, 2022. The two-day conference provides networking opportunities and facilitates important dialogues about tribal finance and economic issues impacting tribal economies.

For questions or concerns, please contact education@nafoa.org.

Details

Eligibility: 

  • Must be a current/recent graduate student and/or NAFOA Leadership Summit Alumnus employed at a tribe.
  • Graduate students pursuing programs in business, finance, economics, accounting, law, policy, and other related fields are preferred. 

The Graduate Student Conference Award covers:

  • Hotel & Conference Fees
  • Airfare up to $500.00 reimbursement
  • Ground Transportation up to $150.00

(Check-In: Sunday, October 2, 2022; Checkout: October 5, 2022)

Deadline: The application deadline is Wednesday, August 3 at 11:59 PM Pacific Time.

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