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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.
The Native Edge Institutes will provide both growing and advanced government contractors training with respect to federal and corporate small business programs.
NEWS AND UPDATES
In March, young Valentino Rivera – son of former Pueblo of Pojoaque Governor George Rivera – was severely injured in a car accident in the Santa Fe area. He recently returned home after spending months in a rehabilitation center in Baltimore, and is slowly but surely making progress in his recovery.read more
The look and excitement on participants’ faces told us all we needed to know – that YES! showed Native youth that they can be successful in whatever field they choose. We’re already making plans for an even bigger and better YES! next year at National RES Las Vegas 2016 and at other RES events across the country.read more
Our regional Reservation Economic Summit (RES), RES New Mexico was our largest yet, with over 700 people in attendance for the premier economic development event in Indian Country, which took place November 16th through the 19th at the Buffalo Thunder Resort and Casino in beautiful Santa Fe, NM. We’re already looking forward to next year, when we return to Buffalo Thunder for a second consecutive year.read more
NCAIED President and CEO Gary Davis Delivers Remarks to Congressional Black Caucus Institute’s 21st Century Council Meeting in Santa Monica
Davis speaks about working with the Congressional Black Caucus, shared interests with legislators and other leadersread more
A young boy from the Pueblo of Pojoaque needs your help as he recovers from a severe car accidentread more
Miss RES New Mexico? Here’s a recap via social media and Storifyread more
NCAIED President and CEO Gary Davis recaps the third day of RES New Mexico in Santa Fe.read more
“The tribes are not going to be immune to what the local attitudes toward marijuana are going to be,” Trueblood said. “If there’s one 30,000-feet takeaway from this year, it’s that you’re not going to be successful if you don’t work with your local governments or U.S. attorneys.”read more
NCAIED President and CEO Gary Davis recaps the second day of RES New Mexico in Santa Fe.read more
Dozens of young people attended NCAIED’s Youth Entrepreneurship Summit (YES!) at RES New Mexico on Nov. 16, 2015.read more