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September 20-23, 2021

Crowne Plaza Providence/Warwick, Rhode Island

Approximately 200 in person attendees and 200 virtual attendees participated in the 41st NINAETC-166/477 Training to hear dynamic speakers, have outstanding networking opportunities to help leverage resources and build capacity, and enhance skills to enable the effective delivery of quality services to our Indian and Native American communities.


Program Booklet (pdf)


2021 NINAETC WORKSHOP VIDEOS

9130 Financial Reporting - Carl Duncan, DOL
Apprenticeship: Traditional, Innovative, Effective – Andrew L. Cortes, Building Futures
Bear Tracks Youth Services (SYS) Program – Terrence Clark, Tribal Tech LLC / Jennifer Whitmore, DOL
Breaking Down Barriers to Employment for Justice-Involved Individuals (Federal Bonding Program) – Alicia Fidler, Union Insurance Group
Collaborative Efforts for Serving Individuals with Disabilities – R. Joshua Drywater, Cherokee Nation
Diversity and Inclusion from a Native Lens – Jennifer Yeaman / Cheryl Miller - Full Circle Strategies
Effective Digital Tools to Reach Tribal Communities – April Hale, A. Hale PR
GPMS Basic Application Training – Terrence Clark, Tribal Tech LLC / Jennifer Whitmore, DOL
GPMS Intermediate Training – Terrence Clark, Tribal Tech LLC / Jennifer Whitmore, DOL
Improving Training with Brain Based Learning Techniques – Jennifer Yeaman / Cheryl Miller - Full Circle Strategies
Self-Evaluate, Post Pandemic, to Become Super Productive Employee – Mitch Factor
Self-Wellness Recovery Post Pandemic Lock Down – Mitch Factor
SMART Trainings – Uniform Guidance: Cost Principles and Cost Classification - Chanel Casteneda, DOL / James Lambert, DOL
SMART Trainings – Uniform Guidance: Revisions - Chanel Casteneda, DOL
The True Cost for Sustainability and Impact: Why it matters and how do you maximize our opportunities – Nicolie Lettini, eCivis
WIOA Fundamentals Module 1: Understanding the Basics - Duane Hall, DOL
WIOA Fundamentals Module 2: Program Design and Delivery - Duane Hall, DOL
WIOA Fundamentals Module 3: Grant Operations and Implementation - Carl Duncan, DOL
WIOA Fundamentals Module 4: Grantee Risk Management - Duane Hall, DOL


2021 Participant / Employer Awards
  Outstanding Participant (166) - Lester Nelson, Jr. (nominated by California Indian Manpower Consortium, Inc.)
  Outstanding Participant (166) - Stelarissa Brown (nominated by Phoenix Indian Center)
 

Outstanding Participant (477) - Summer Locust (nominated by Cherokee Nation)

  Outstanding Participant (477) - Kaysie Simpson (nominated by Cherokee Nation)
 

Howard Yackus Memorial Scholarship Award - Jane Roxas (nominated by California Indian Manpower Consortium, Inc.)

  Outstanding Employer - American Indian Health Service of Chicago, Inc. (nominated by California Indian Manpower Consortium, Inc.)
 
2021 DINAP WIOA Section 166 Grantee Awards
  California Indian Manpower Consortium, Inc.
  Oneida Nation of Wisconsin
  Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community
  South Eastern Michigan Indians, Inc.
  Ysleta del Sur Pueblo
 
2021 PL 102-477 Grantee Awards
  Blackfeet Tribe of the Blackfeet Indian Reservation of Montana
  Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde Community of Oregon
  Maniilaq Association
  Seneca Nation of Indians
 
2021 DINAP Chief's Awards
  Lorenda T. Sanchez, California Indian Manpower Consortium, Inc.
  Jaynee Peters, California Indian Manpower Consortium, Inc.
 
 

2021 NINAETC-166/477 TRAINING SPONSORS

Joseph Podlasek

2019 Alice BigPond Roach Memorial Award Recipient

Itasca, Illinois



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