Education and Tribal Services

Education and Tribal Services

NNI delivers a range of research-based educational services and resources designed to meet the needs of Native nations, Indigenous leaders, policy-makers, and individuals interested in a better understanding of Indigenous governance and related concepts:

  • Tribal & Direct Services
    Customized services that are created in consultation with Indigenous leaders, program directors/managers, planners, concerned citizens, as well as organizations working with Native nations.
    • Native Know-How Seminar
      2-3 hour seminars that promote a better understanding of the culture and governments of Native nations to create thriving working relationships and partnerships.

  • Indigenous Governance Program
    The IGP has flexible learning options to serve a wide variety of needs. Specifically, the IGP consists of two-tracks—one track is designed for individuals seeking University of Arizona graduate-level credit for courses taught on Indigenous governance; while the other offers largely the same curriculum, but is intended for individuals who are interested in personal and/or professional development and do not need a University of Arizona transcript.

    • Non-credit offerings:
    • Credit offerings:

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