<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
Learning my language! Thanks for all the hard work put into this! Yôova!
Very excited by the renovation of the Carson Block building and the restoration of the Ingomar theatre
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I have a full blooded great grandmother who was Cherokee. I also have a full blood great grandparent who was full blooded chawktaw. Me & my father searched for years to find the records to no avail. There was a fire and my great grandmother rule numbers were burned in a fire. For years we've tried. However, we gave up in the late 1990s however my father has been very sick for years and I know we both have enough native American blogs too qualify for various benefits. PLEASE CAN YOU GIVE ME GUIDANCE HOW TO DO S Thank you, Sandra Parks~Vanek. My cell is **REDACTED**
Webmaster Response: The Bureau of Indian Affairs published a guide on this topic: http://www.bia.gov/cs/groups/public/documents/text/idc002656.pdf
I am currently in law school in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. I provide consulting services to tribes who need support with organizational development, fundraising and the review and writing of legal codes. I am a native of CA and plan to return to Eureka in 2016.