Nyaweñha Skä•noñh! (“Welcome” in the Onondaga Nation of New York language)
This NOW message contains a message from the White House regarding the White House Tribal Nations Conference!
Dear Tribal Leader,
As we prepare for the 2014 White House Tribal Nations Conference, we are seeking your input on 1) your Conference breakout session topic recommendations, and 2) your nomination of a Tribal Nations Conference Youth Ambassador from your tribe. Please find additional information below and in the 2 attached forms. Please note that all recommendations are due by October 23rd, 2014.
Additional Information on the new Youth Ambassadors Program:
Web links to two forms are embeded below:
Please email your completed forms and other required documents to IndianCountry@who.eop.gov by October 23rd, 2014.
Please feel free to contact me at IndianCountry@who.eop.gov with any questions.
The White House
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Founded by former US Senator Byron Dorgan, the Center for Native American Youth (CNAY) is a policy program within the Aspen Institute, headquartered in Washington, DC. While a part of The Aspen Institute, CNAY is also overseen by a Board of Advisors. The goal of CNAY 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 you can help.
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