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Sharing Knowledge about Boys & Girls Clubs on Native Lands

Taking the time to meet the staff members of your organization’s Native Units is a great way to show support and connect during Native American Heritage Month. This November, we’ve brainstormed a few creative ways your Club can celebrate with staff and youth from Units on Native lands and included them in the flyer for traditional Clubs.

Download this exciting resource to explore several possibilities and ideas to integrate culture into your organization’s programming, and to raise awareness about the importance of preserving tradition. Display this flyer during promotional events, as well as within your organization’s meeting rooms and front desk areas to spread the word and encourage dialogue.

Remember, supporting Native culture does not have to happen once every November. These ideas and resources can easily be utilized all year round to educate and celebrate your community’s heritage!

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Akwesasne Boys & Girls Club CEO Chosen as NCAIED’s “40 Under 40”

The National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (NCAIED) created a “40 under 40” award eight years ago to celebrate Native American, Alaska Native, and First Nation citizens between the ages of 18 and 39 who have demonstrated leadership, initiative, and dedication to achieve significant contributions to Native communities throughout North America. One Boys & Girls Club in Native Lands Chief Executive Officer (CEO) will be recognized as a winner of this prestigious designation this November. Jessica Cree Jock, of the St. Regis Mohawk Tribe and CEO of the Akwesasne Boys & Girls Club was nominated by members of her community for her significant contributions and dedication to the advancement of Native communities. Cree Jock has been invited to accept the award at the 40th Annual Indian Progress in Business Awards Gala (INPRO) held at the Buffalo Thunder Resort and Casino in Santa Fe, NM. The INPRO Awards Gala is the longest standing and most prestigious Native American recognition event in the nation. Congratulations to Jessica Cree Jock for all of her hard work and this outstanding recognition!

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