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The National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development with support from the Key Bank Foundation will hold a Native Edge Institute Jan 19th and 21st in Orlando, FL and Cherokee, NC.
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NCAIED Newsletter: NCAIED Business Scholarship Recipients, “Native American 40 under 40” Award Winners Honored
On Wednesday, we honored some of the emerging leaders in Indian Country by announcing our Native American scholarship award winners, as well as winners of the “Native American 40 under 40” award. This is a very deserving group, and we know they will continue to be shining examples for all of Indian Country to follow in the years ahead.read more
In September, the National Center worked with the Department of Energy (DOE) and the National Conference of State Legislatures to host a National Tribal Energy Summit. The summit brought together cabinet-level officials, including DOE Secretary Ernest Moniz and Department of Interior Secretary Sally Jewell, as well as state governments, private industry, utilities, and representatives from academia to explore energy development and security issues identified by both tribes and the DOE.read more