January in Tucson ONLINE Courses in MAY 2020

The Indigenous Governance Program (IGP) at the University of Arizona has long been at the vanguard of delivering Indigenous Governance Education. To do our part at this critical time, IGP is pleased to offer our January in Tucson Courses in May event free of charge, live streamed via Zoom to participants seeking non-credit courses for professional development.

As partners of Indian country, we understand the difficult challenge facing all Native nations and Indigenous peoples across the world. We are also mindful that as the world confronts the COVID-19 pandemic, developing leadership capacity and governance skills is more critical to Indian country than ever before.

Since we announced this first-of-its kind resource, this online opportunity reached capacity within five days, drawing registrants from the State of Vermont to Perth, Western Australia.  However, anyone interested in the event is encouraged to register to participate in a FREE ONE HOUR WEBINAR on MAY 27th at 12pm PST covering the principles of Native nation building and their relevance to Indigenous peoples in a time of global pandemic.

 

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ALL ONLINE COURSES BELOW ARE FULL, but they will be offered again in January 2021! Please register for our free webinar on MAY 27th at 12pm PST.

 

To start learning about Indigenous governance now, check out our Indigenous Governance Database.