NCAI Partnership for Tribal Governance

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Why citizen engagement and assessment matter to developing a tribal workforce

Why citizen engagement and assessment matter to developing a tribal workforce

Distilling lessons learned from that endeavor, PTG identified 15 strategic considerations that tribal leaders, workforce development staff, and other decision-makers must tackle as they craft workforce development approaches capable of achieving their definition of what “success” looks like for…

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Tribal Workforce Development: A Decision-Framing Toolkit

Tribal Workforce Development: A Decision-Framing Toolkit

This toolkit shares the main findings of NCAI’s multi-year research project examining the innovative approaches to workforce development that tribal nations along with Native organizations and tribal colleges and universities are forging, how they are achieving success (as they define it), and why…

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Partnerships and sustainability are key to developing tribal workforces

Partnerships and sustainability are key to developing tribal workforces

Distilling lessons learned from that endeavor, PTG identified 15 strategic considerations that tribal leaders, workforce development staff, and other decision-makers must tackle as they craft workforce development approaches capable of achieving their definition of what “success” looks like for…

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Honoring Nations: Sarah Hicks: NCAI and the Partnership for Tribal Governance

Former NCAI Policy Research Center Director Sarah Hicks discusses the growth of the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) and specifically its recent initiatives to support the nation-building and advocacy efforts of Native nations.