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January 11, 2019 | Applications Now Being Accepted! NCAI announces planning and implementation opportunity for tribal nations located in our region.
We recently interviewed Dr. Ian Record from the National Congress of American Indians...
December 19, 2018 | Self-Determination Drives Success in Tribal Workforce Development: An Interview with Dr. Ian Record of NCAI’s Partnership for Tribal Governance
Tribal Workforce Crew Manager Joe Ochoa trains a tribal crew member for the Lomakatsi...
September 27, 2018 | NCAI Toolkit Reframes Tribal Workforce Development as a Way to Revitalize Tribal Communities and Cultures
We’d love for you to learn about a dynamic tool that helps open up career pathways and...
June 25, 2018 | Keep Updated on Workforce Issues in Minnesota Through MinnPost’s Good Jobs Beat
We just posted a new tool that’s connected to topics in our Work Opportunity portfolio....
November 16, 2016 | Grantees Advancing Workforce Opportunity Headline Q3 Grantmaking
More than $2.7 million in Foundation funding in the third quarter supported 17...
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Tools & Info
Resources on the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA). A website tool from the Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP).
A paper from the Annie E. Casey Foundation that identifies why and how to use community benefit agreements (CBAs) to impact work and community well-being.
MinnPost’s Good Jobs beat focuses on the role of government, nonprofits, businesses and individuals in creating good jobs in Minnesota—and in exploring how people who don’t have those jobs can get them.
A nation-building toolkit produced by the National Congress of American Indians, backed by years of research, that provides a framework for stakeholders to make key strategic decisions about workforce development tailored to the distinct needs of a given tribe.