First Nations Knowledge is a series of educational webinars created and hosted by First Nations Development Institute. The series aims to educate those who work in Native nonprofit and tribal organizations, or in nonprofit or for-profit enterprises. Through the webinars, we hope to build knowledge and skills and, thus, Native American business and organizational capacity. Our webinar series also includes informational Q&A sessions for grant or fellowship applicants.
First Nations strives to provide specialized webinars that hold real value for those attending. This includes those who lead or manage nonprofits, tribal programs or businesses, so they can grow and learn to better serve their communities and tribes.
The First Nations Knowledge webinars are always free. Since attendance is limited for each webinar, we do ask that if you register, please make every effort to actually attend the webinar.
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Luce Indigenous Knowledge Fellowship Program
First Nations will host an informational Question & Answer (Q&A) webinar for interested applicants prior to the fellowship application deadline. This Q&A webinar will provide interested applicants with information about the fellowship program, eligibility criteria and requirements. Attendees are encouraged to ask questions about the Luce Indigenous Knowledge Fellowship application and this funding opportunity. Participation in the webinar is NOT mandatory to apply, but applicants are strongly encouraged to attend.
Tuesday, August 6, 2019, at 1:00 p.m. MDT. Register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8131540897139977485
To view recordings or see PowerPoints from previous webinars, click on the year below.