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Shake off the zoom fatigue! This week is full of webinars important to Indian Country, including a Treasury SSBCI tribal guidance webinar, webinar for young professionals interested in working at Treasury, and a webinar to help Native Elders keep their money safe. Learn more in the 5 Things You Need to Know this Week.
Last Friday night, the U.S. House of Representatives passed H.R. 3684 - the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act. The bill is now headed to President Joe Biden and is excepted to be signed into law later tonight.
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In today's 5 Things You Need to Know this Week, learn about the Notice of Intent Deadline for Tribal SSBCI, a webinar with Treasury about careers for Native young professionals, how to avoid COVID-19 related scams, and more.
Happy #NativeAmericanHeritageMonth! Start off #NAHM learning about upcoming webinars on Tribal SSBCI, details about the Introductory Tribal Finance and Accounting Certificate Program, language preservation grants, and more.
NAFOA aims to facilitate a lifetime of learning from youth to executive leaders. In the 5 Things You Need to Know This Week, learn about educational opportunities for Native youth and grad students, leadership development opportunities, and more.
Join NAFOA and the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) as they co-host the United States Department of Treasury (Treasury) for a series of webinars discussing the Tribal State Small Business Credit Initiative (Tribal SSBCI).
Career Basics has been extended until January 2022! Participants who successfully complete Career Basics are eligible to apply for the 2022 NAFOA Leadership Summit taking place April 3, 2022 in Seattle Washington.
It's Monday and NAFOA has the 5 things you need to know this week! Check out the recording of our recent webinar with the Economic Development Administration on ARP funding for tribes and learn about the latest education and career opportunities.
Every year, the NAFOA Board of Directors select and highlight some of our strongest Native American leaders who have brought about positive change for Indian Country. Throughout the course of their careers, these leaders have done incredible work dedicating years advocating on behalf of their communities and Native communities nationwide.
In the latest 5 Things You Need to Know this Week, learn about an upcoming webinar with the EDA on ARP funding, grant opportunities in agriculture, and news from the NAFOA community.