This is a very helpful website. I work on for the state and teach Tribal water and environment law.
Scotts Valley Band of Pomo would like to submitt the CBSG grant again. The grant has assist many of our members. I very much look forward to this funding every year. Thank you for your ongoing assistance.
just checking things out,i'm used to oklahoma type places for natives but I haven't been there in awhile so I've been out of the loop,and outside of going to the dr's I don't know much about what kind of help or resources that come from being a native,i have my blood and tribal member cards but off native soil or excuse me native owned land I haven't found much use for them except to show my kids and others who don't have them.
<Editor Note: The NCIDC is an employment and training agency that can help Native people get training and education, find a job, as well as help with unexpected short term emergencies. In addition to our Eureka, CA location, we also operate a field office in Yreka, CA, and a combination field office and Indian Education site in Crescent City, CA. Some services require that you qualify as low-income, others do not. Services are available both California and out of state Native Americans with the proper documentation. Please call us for more information, 1-800-566-2381>
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<p>Interested in scholarships to help students attend college
Editor Note: I cannot post live links in the guestbook, but if you copy and paste the URL below into your browser, you will be able to scan the NCIDC scholarship info page and see if that offers any help!
Still a strong organization with significant impact on California's Native American community!
Wow,wonderful blog layout.
Keep up the Good Work!
I was curious as to why there is no link to access current job openings at NCIDC. The website could also host other job openings within Indian Country and assist in job search for Native workers and development.
It has been a journey living off the Res - good to know there are organizations who are supportive.
Lots of good information. Thanks