- Mansel A Nelson Program Coordinator Tribal Environmental Education Outreach 928-523-1275 Mansel.Nelson@nau.edu Begin forwardedMessage 1 of 1 , Apr 11, 2013View Source
Mansel A NelsonProgram CoordinatorTribal Environmental Education Outreach928-523-1275
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Greetings Summer Scholors,
We are pleased to invite you to have your organization share some success stories and provide our attendees with some hands one activities at our conference to be held at The Twin Arrows Casino & Resort on June 27-28, 2013. It would be great to showcase what our young Native students are capable of in the 21st Century.
Conference information below:
Native Innovation's 2013 Technology Leadership Conference:
“Digital Learning for the American Indian Student”
June 27-29, 2013
Check-in June 27-Thursday thru June 29-Saturday checking out: 70 (Rooms)
You can book your room after April 15, 2013
Individual attendees are on their own for making reservations within the Native Technology Conference room block and securing payment in advance with credit card. 50% non-refundable deposit if cancelled within 30 days of Check-in.
If you are interested in attending our conference please fill out the appropriate forms and submit it back to us to confirm.
You may take a virtual tour of the architectural video of the dynamic Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort interior at your convenience. Go to http://www.twinarrows.com
If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact me directly...Please Print the two attachments and share with your school.
Please forward to anyone who you feel that might benefit from this conference. Ahe’hee’!
Native Innovation Inc.
A Native American & Veteran Owned Company
3170 Kweo Trail; Flagstaff AZ 86001 (Flagstaff Branch)
Highway 191; Route 8009; Rock Point, AZ (Rock Point HQ)
support@... (Technical Support)
Our Mission Statement:
Native Innovation Inc., is dedicated to providing revolutionary technology and education solutions to Native American communities. In addition to providing superior products and services at lower costs than our competitors, we want to recalibrate the way that capitalism works on tribal lands. Instead of extracting and exporting profits from the tribes like 99% of our competitors, we want to instead reinvest our profits into our Native American employees, their families, and the communities that we serve.