CAIED Presenting at MONEY & MORE! A TRIBAL RESOURCES FORUM
The NAU-FCB Center for American Indian Economic Development (CAIED) is participating in the MONEY & MORE! A TRIBAL RESOURCES FORUM on February 6. This FREE Multi-Agency Infrastructure & Community Development Resource Forum will provide Arizona Tribes and tribal organizations an opportunity to learn about funding programs and other assistance available for tribal infrastructure and community development projects.
February 6, 2013 | 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
North Phoenix Campus – Northern Arizona University
15601 N. 28th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85053
ONLINE REGISTRATION HERE
Representatives from various agencies and organizations will present information about resources available to tribes for infrastructure and community development. Attendees may also schedule time to meet individually with agency representatives to discuss specific projects and to identify and rally funding and resources to successfully complete tribal infrastructure or community development projects. Infrastructure and community development spans many areas including utilities and utility lines, telecommunications, broadband & fiber optics, roads, bridges, sidewalks & curbs/gutters, water & sewer distribution systems, water and wastewater treatment plants, solid waste, community facilities and centers, and much more. This FREE Resource Forum is open to those seeking information about funding, technical assistance, programs, and other important resources for tribal infrastructure and/or community development projects, primarily located in Arizona.
For more information click HERE.
Registration open until the event, February 6, 2013.
CAIED is a unit of the Alliance Bank Business Outreach Center at Northern Arizona University-The W. A. Franke College of Business. CAIED was established in 1985 by the Arizona Legislature. Their purpose is to stimulate and nurture entrepreneurship on Arizona Indian lands and provide technical assistance to the Arizona Indian nations, tribal sub-political entities, tribal enterprises, and Native American businesses and organizations.
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