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They adopted the following resolution: "Be it resolved that we take immediate steps for the establishment of an institution among us and that we devote a suitable portion of time at each annual meeting of the consideration of this important subject and give our individual associated influence to encourage a more general and complete education of our youth under distinctly Christian influence." Under the name of Dakota Collegiate Institute, secondary and collegiate programs began on September 8, 1883.
We widely publicize each year's conference, which is usually held in September or October. The project targets the 78% of American Indians/Alaska Natives who live off reservation, according to Census Bureau data.
Institute Conference for Native American nonprofit professionals, tribal leaders and anyone interested in Native nonprofits, business and philanthropy. During the project, First Nations and NUIFC will work directly with as many as nine urban American Indian and/or Alaska Native nonprofits to help them improve their capacity and leadership skills through customized technical assistance and training.
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