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listserv email shares information about the launch of the Tribal
Exchange Stock Market Game!
National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) is leading the
effort to bring to you the FREE Tribal Exchange Stock Market Game
to help teach Native students valuable financial life skills and team
building, as well as forming inter-tribal connections. The game will run for
10 weeks (October 8 to December 14) and is open to Native students in grades
4 to 12. Teams can be formed by school clubs or classes.
Here’s how it works: Each student team is given $100,000
in game money to invest in the Stock Market Game program. The team that
increases the value of the investment the most by the end of the game wins.
Here’s what you can win: First place winners will win a
trip to Washington, D.C. to attend the NCAI Executive Winter Council, meet
political leaders and have a chance to tour the city! Additional prizes will
be announced at a later time.
How to get started: Get your team together and register
online. Identify an adult to serve as an advisor and have them sign up
for the next training webinar to be held on October
4 at 6:30 PM EST. Click here
to register for the webinar training.
Registration Deadline: October 19, 2012
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About the Center
Founded by former US Senator Byron Dorgan, the
Center is a policy program within the Aspen Institute, headquartered in
Washington, DC. While a part of the Aspen Institute, the Center is also
overseen by a Board of Advisors. The goal of the Center is to bring greater
national attention to the issues facing Native American youth, and to foster
solutions, with special emphasis on youth suicide prevention. How
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