3/16/2014

37th Annual California Conference on American Indian Education

The 37th Annual California Conference on American Indian Education (CCAIE) is being held March 16-18, 2014, in Santa Rosa, CA. The theme is “Education Now – Idle No More!  This is an opportunity to share traditional & academic teaching and learning.

5/17/2013

NCIDC 2013 Community Survey - Due by May 17 2013

Northern California Indian Development Council, Inc.

(NCIDC)

2013

Community Survey

Counties of: Humboldt, Del Norte, Siskiyou, Trinity

 NCIDC has been providing services to the Native American Communities in Humboldt, Del Norte, Siskiyou and Trinity Counties for over 30 years. In an effort to understand what the needs of the communities are, we are asking you to help us by completing this survey if you live or work in one of these counties.

 

Mission

The Northern California Indian Development Council, Inc. is a private nonprofit corporation that annually provides services to 14,000 to 15,000 clients statewide. NCIDC was established in 1976 to research, develop and administer social and economic development programs designed to meet the needs of Indian and Native American Communities; to provide support and technical assistance for the development of such programs, and the conservation and preservation of historic and archeological sites and resources.

Mission Statement

The Northern California Indian Development Council works to meet the needs of American Indian communities by researching, developing and administering social and economic development programs. NCIDC will provide support and technical assistance for the development of such programs in addition to working to conserve and preserve historic and archeological sites and resources.

NCIDC will work to foster culturally appropriate communication and services needed by American Indian people to achieve self-determination in the economic, social service, cultural, educational, employment and related fields.

Vision Statement

Our Native people and most importantly our youth are sacred and deserve to be proud of their culture, heritage, traditions, languages and ancestors. We want our people to succeed in all aspects of an integrated life, work, family, spirituality, social relations, physical well being and cultural pride. NCIDC will provide resources and services to assist American Indians to meet these goals.

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